Top 2 Dance Daze Dance Boards

Want to guess what our 2 most popular dance boards are at DanceDazeDanceBoards.com?

If you said The District and The Cosmopolitan, you’d be exactly correct! The District is our board that is most frequently purchased and both The District and The Cosmopolitan are the products that people compare most frequently when they visit our website.

Now that you know what our top 2 products are, do you want to know why?

Well, the jury is still out on the exact reasons why (and we aren’t yet running any tests to study the psychology behind people’s purchasing decisions for our dance boards); however, we have a few ideas!

First, The District and The Cosmopolitan are some of our our largest boards that are easy to ship and don’t have extremely crazy shipping fees! (Now, don’t get me wrong–shipping is super high for our products because they’re big and awkwardly shaped! If you’re interested in getting a huge discount for our dance boards, email info at dancedaze.org ASAP!) The District is about 6 inches larger in diameter than The Cosmopolitan, however.

Second, these boards are easy to transport but, again, since they’re larger than our other boards and larger than other circular wooden dance boards in the marketplace at this time (namely, The District!), they give a decent amount of space for dancing, whether you’re practicing tap, ballet, pointe, or Irish step dancing.

Third, there are TONS of benefits in using our sprung dance boards, like reduced fatigue, reduced chance of injury, and a very slight bouncy feeling when practicing jumps. (Read more about our sprung boards here.) However, both The District and The Cosmopolitan give off great sound, and if you want to save a few bucks, The Cosmopolitan might be your best bet!

Why do you think these two boards are our most popular? Leave a comment or email us at info at dancedaze.org to let us know!

Published by Dance Daze, Inc.

High-energy, engaging dance education programs for children!

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