Sizing Guide

Ladies Top:
Size X-Small Small Medium Large X-Large
(40/42) (44) (46) (48) (50)
31"- 34" 33"- 36" 36"- 39" 39"- 42" 42"- 45"
24"- 27" 25"- 29" 28"-31" 31"-35" 34"-38"

Ladies Skirts:

Size X-Small Small Medium Large X-Large Free / F
(40/42) (44) (46) (48) (50)
33"- 36" 38"- 42" 38"-42" 41"-45" 45"- 49" 33"-38"
Waist: 23"- 27" 25"- 29" 28"-31" 31"-35" 34"-38" 23"-29"

Men's Stretchable Shirt:
Size Small Medium Large XL XXL
(44) (46) (48) (50) (52)

34"- 36" 36"- 38" 38"- 41" 40"-43" 41"-45"
Waist: 26"- 29" 28"- 31" 30"-33" 32"-36" 34" - 38"

GrandPrix Men's Pants Sizing:
Low Waist Pants (Apollon & Amur)
XS (28"); S (29"); M (30"); L (31"); XL (32"); XXL (33") - Amur Only
High Waist Pants (Krystian & Patric)
XS (29"); S (30"); M (31"); L (32"); XL (33"); XXL (34") - Krystian Only

Dance Shoes:

Dance shoes are generally worn smaller than street shoes. They must fit snugly, but without pinching, to maintain balance on the dance floor. The shoes will stretch so they must start out tighter than they will normally be worn. However, the shoes should not hurt. Glove snug is the goal. Please try to consider if the fit is uncomfortable, or just different from a street shoe. All of our shoes are American sizes.
When ordering, we ask your US street size only. We have provided these shoe size charts which give the approximate equivalent UK, European, Japanese and US shoes sizes. If you do not see your size option, please contact us. We can custom your size for you.

Closed Toe
In closed-toe styles (women's and men's) the toes should be as close to the end of the shoe as comfortable, without crunching your toes. Generally, when ordering closed-toe shoes, order your street shoe size.

Open Toe
In open-toe shoes the sole should be completely covered by your feet; some dancers prefer their toes go over the sole by up to 1/4 inch. This is subject to wearer preference; some ladies are very uncomfortable with coming to or over the end of the sole. We suggest going as short as is comfortable for you. Generally, when ordering open toe shoes, order 1/2 a size smaller than your street shoe size.

When the shoes begin to stretch enough to allow feet to slip inside them, invest in a pair of foam inner soles and use them. The more your feet can move inside dance shoes, the faster the shoes will stretch, become misshapen and wear out.