The Infinite Shock without Traction
The Infinite Shock without Traction
The Infinite Shock without Traction
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The Infinite Shock without Traction

Apolla Performance Wear

The Infinite by Apolla is a revolutionary “Shock” that is moisture wicking, antimicrobial and has highly engineered characteristics.

It has the support of a shoe + the comfort and feel of a sock = SHOCK

This is the most supportive Apollo product and ideal for dancers recovering from injuries. The Infinite has 6 key features:

1. Fitted calf opening that is comfortable for long hours of wear

2. Graduated compression that promotes circulation and muscle recovery

3. High compression surrounding the ankle for great stability and support

4. Compression zones throughout the arch that supports, lifts, and stabilizes the arch

5. Knit-in energy absorption in the heel for maximum comfort

6. Stretch fabric that allows the toes to spread out and the dancer to feel the floor

The patented design of Shocks can have them last up to 6 months, free of holes worn on all types of flooring. They may last longer however the support of the Shock will start to decrease with 6-9 months of wear.

Ideal flooring surfaces for dancing in The Infinite include marley flooring, textured flooring, stages, and carpet. The best option to wear for conventions.

Product Sizing Guide for Apolla Performance Wear

Alpha Shocks

Alpha Size Female Foot Size Male Foot Size
XS At least 12.5 to 2 At least 12 to 1.5
S 2.5 to 5 2 to 5
M 5.5 to 7.5 5.5 to 8.5
L 8 to 10 9 to 11.5
XL 10.5 and up 12 and up

Infinite Shocks

Infinite Size Female Foot Size Male Foot Size
XS At least 13 to 2.5 At least 12.5 to 2
S 3 to 5.5 2.5 to 5.5
M 6 to 10 6 to 8.5
L 10.5 and up 9 to 11.5
XL - 12 and up

Performance Shocks

Performance Size Female Foot Size Male Foot Size
XS At least 13 to 2.5 At least 12.5 to 2
S 3 to 5.5 2.5 to 5.5
M 6 to 9.5 6 to 8.5
L 10 and up 9 to 11.5
XL - 12 and up

Note: if your feet are wide, or if a comfort-fit is preferred, consider going one size up.