When it comes to researching brands, there comes a point ( no pun intended) when the shoes need to be filed away and put into the cold case files.
After hours and hours and days of hunting the web for information about a new find, you need to relax and hope that one day the puzzle will be solved.
Up For Today’s Mystery Review Is One Pair Of Kevin Pointe Shoes
The shoes appear to have low profile boxes, a brushed suede sole and are made of the prettiest pale pink satin.
These shoes were being offered for sale on eBay Germany. The name Balletto is often referenced in the German and Italian languages with dance products and websites from those countries.
However, because Kevin is neither German or Italian, I find it interesting, yet baffling. Having languages that are mixed like this and then stamped on a pointe shoe only adds to the intrigue. When pointe shoes are lightly stamped and not deeply embossed with a manufacturer’s name, they can appear middleman-ish as far as distribution and sales.
This Is All We Have For Our Kevin Pointe Shoe Cold Case File:
- The shoes were being sold in Germany, but they may be manufactured somewhere else.
- The shoes might be another well-known brand, but the dance shop owner, Kevin, just stamps them with his logo and puts them in a company bag for the customer.
- The bottom name is very fuzzy and unclear. It might say something other than Balletto.
If you know anything about this company, please contact your local Sheriff’s department. If they aren’t interested, leave the information here instead. 🙂