These sexy lace up boots add a touch of fun to any pole dancing outfit. From dainty ankle high styles to full length thigh highs, they'll put the sizzle in your sexy.
Of all the different pole dancing boots available, lace ups are always at the top of the popularity list.
Why? Probably because they're so versatile and come in a such a huge variety of styles.
For example, you might want a pair of dainty ankle boots that lace up the front for a somewhat sophisticated look.
Or maybe you want to go to the opposite extreme and buy a pair of thigh high boots that lace all the way up the back...super sexy!
Lace up boots can also have the laces on the side, and sometimes they just have a touch of lacing at the very top, tucked away at the back for a special treat.
As with all my footwear collections, I've done my best to gather together a wide variety of colors and styles of sexy lace up boots here in one place, so you don't have to search all over the internet to find them.
Couldn't find a pair that turns your crank? Never fear, I've put together many other collections just for you. Maybe you'll find something else you like here...
I hand select all the boots that appear on my website, but I don't actually sell them directly.
Instead, my job is to look for the best products at the best prices, and bring them together here in one place to make it easier for you to find what you want. Hopefully that makes it easier and faster for you to get exactly what you want, so you can get back to pole dancing sooner!
Here's how it works:
When you see an item that interests you, just click on the photo to go straight to the merchant's website. From there, you can add it to your cart and check out as usual.
Or if you prefer, you can browse around on that merchant's site some more, in case you find another style you'd rather have. This page will always stay open in the background so you won't get lost finding your way back to my site.
Personally, I think that boots that lace up are very sexy and stylish, whether for pole dancing or otherwise. One thing to watch out for though, is that some lace up boots have a type of hook that you wrap the laces around, rather than threading them through eyelets or grommets.
These are very much like the hooks you use to lace up ice skates, and in some cases they can be large enough to cause potential damage to your pole.
Also, remember that with all boots you intend to use for pole dancing, the "stickiness" is a factor in how helpful the boots will be when climbing and doing inverts.
For this reason, it's advisable to stay away from real leather if you're looking for help with your grip, as natural leather is notoriously slippery. Instead, look for man made materials such as polyurethane (often referred to as "PU") or PVC (also called "patent"), both of which will provide a much better grip than leather.
If you're not sure, just inquire with the merchant before purchasing, to ensure the footwear you have in mind will be suitable for the rigors of pole dancing.