When you step into a pair of Freed of London dance shoes, your feet touch history, experience and expertise. Freed of London's dance shoes have been worn by the greatest dancers since the 1920s and are still worn by the leading dancers, companies and schools around the world. Freed of London is not only synonymous with ballet and Pointe Shoes. The Company also makes shoes for ballroom, Latin, stage and screen, tap, jazz and character, in addition to making garments, dance attire and tights and is the approved manufacturer of uniform for the Royal Academy of Dance. Over 90% of all Freed of London products are manufactured in England, with over 150,000 pairs of Pointe Shoes being handmade every year. Freed is the leading supplier of bespoke Pointe Shoes, handmade to perfectly fit dancers feet. As official suppliers to many of the world's leading Ballet Companies and Schools, Ballroom and Latin Champions, and Stage Shows. Freed of London is proud to have made shoes for many of the best dancers, including Margot Fonteyn, Sylvie Guillem, Darcy Bussell, Carla Fracci, Viviana Durante, Alessandra Ferri, Suzanne Farrell, Michael Flatley, Timothy Howson, Joanne Bolton-Hawkins, Christopher Hawkins, Luca and Loraine Baricchi, Karen Hardy and her Strictly Come Dancing Champion partner Mark Ramprakash, and for Moira Shearer in The Red Shoes, and Natalie Portman in The Black Swan.