You will meet one of the Dance Jox ambassadors Liam Hill. Liam is a dancer and model based in London and he’s here to tell you all about the features of the dance belt design and what makes it so special.
For years the dancewear industry has only provided dance belts for the caucasian skin tone. We believe in providing dance belts to all skin tones. We may not be the first, but finding companies that make brown dance belts has been non-existent. So we fixed that problem. Enjoy!
In any dance performance, the dance belt is to be worn by the male dancer- around his waist, before he starts with the movements. In fact, dance belts should be regarded as an essential apparel for every dance practice, dance rehearsal, or whatever dance performance you’ve termed it. Note that wearing a dance belt, confers […]
by Tom Kilps When I started taking dance lessons I was 12 years old. I enrolled in the jazz classes only, even though the studio offered ballet and tap classes. Taking a ballet class wasn’t too appealing to me at that time. When you are the only boy, it can be intimidating at first. I was taking […]
What Color Should It Be? The dance belt primarily comes in variations of flesh tones. Different dancewear companies have their chosen flesh color. Some are lighter colored and some are darker. It really depends on the company manufacturing them. The reason for the flesh tone is to blend in with a dancer’s skin. Since the […]
Below, you’ll see guidelines on how to properly wear a dance belt; Step 1 – After stepping into the dance belt and bringing it up to the waist like standard underwear, it should be snugger than regular underwear due to its supportive functionality. Step 2 – Adjust your genitals accordingly (NEVER TUCK DOWN). As you […]