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Clogging is performed in shoes that have a double tap attached to the bottom. This gives the shoe a unique sound unlike a tap sound. Cloggers are at a fast pace rhythem constantly. With arm motions to match this form of dance is very aerobic. Where tap dancers always begin a motion on their right foot, cloggers begin on the left. The original forms of clogging were performed to country western music and line formations. Cloggers of a new generation have tranformed this art form to match todays time, with todays music and the latest hip hop grooves. Ages 4-up

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Any top, shorts, or capri pants (so feet can be seen), White clogging shoes

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