Cheer Shoes

We carry only Zephz Cheer Shoes. Out of Philadelphia, Zephz produces a solid shoe for kids and adults. Whether a flier or a base, CMK and Zephz has a shoe for you. These shoes can be used indoors or outdoors, but I recommend Non-mesh shoes for outdoor use.

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Here is some information on cheer shoes that you may find helpful.

Cheer shoes are typically engineered toward a base, flyer, or tumbler. Base are typically more interested in stability and could have a wider sole. Flyer shoes may have a more narrow fit, with rounded edges on the sole and typically on the lighter side, while tumblers may look for a combination of the two.

Construction

The upper part of the shoe is either synthetic leather or mesh. Mesh is very popular due to it’s light weight, but they are hard to clean and not the best choice if cheering outside on a cold or wet day. I recommend mesh shoes for All Stars or Competitive, warm climates or indoor scholastic cheering. The synthetic leather uppers are best for outdoor, cold weather sports and clean up well for competitions.

Components

Components of the shoe include, Stunt Heel, Rolled Edges, Heel Counter, Heel Wedge, Rubbers Sole, Cushioning and Stitched Toe. The right components make up the right shoe for you.

STUNT HEEL

Smoothly rounded edge provides excellent control during stunts. Stitched for durability.

RADIUS EDGE SOLE (ROLLED EDGE)

Allows for a comfortable grip all around the shoe while stunting – no sharp edges that hurt hands.

HEEL COUNTER

Molded thermoplastic heel counter provides excellent heel stability, Ideal for stunting. Stronger than cardboard.

ZEPHZLITE HEEL WEDGE

Provides shock absorbing cushion for the most demanding of stunts and tumbling runs.

STITCHED TOE

Stitched toe provides extra durability and doesn’t restrict mobility for tumbling.

CUSHIONED MIDSOLE

Cushioned Midsole or sections of the sole to soften landings.

RUBBER SOLE

Rubber Sole or Rubber Landing Areas give traction and soft landings.

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