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These Boots Are Made For Walking
Game(s) The Milestone School Dance Party!
Artist Nancy Sinatra (School Staff)
From the
Year 1966
Released Date(s)
Difficulty
Effort
No. of Gold Moves 5
No. of Shake Moves
Dancer Gender(s)
Mashup
Alternate Routines
Dance Mode Dance Crew
Pictogram Color Magenta/White/Dark Olive/Black
Glove Color Light Pink/Orange/Cyan/Purple (arrows)
Lyrics Color Turquoise
Pictogram Count
Code Name
Choreographed By
Performed By Carys Buswell
Devon Howells
Annia Evans
Carly Noble

"These Boots Are Made For Walking" by Nancy Sinatra (covered by School Staff in-game) is featured on The Milestone School Dance Party!.

Dancers

Classic

The routine is performed by an all-female dance crew who each wear a black jumpsuit, and they all wear a coloured short vest jacket with pockets, and they all wear two long elbow length gloves on both of their arms and coloured knee-length boots from the namesake of the song. They look like woman burglars.

P1

P1 has wavy brown hair and her glove, jacket, and boots are coloured magenta. She resembles Carys.

P2

P2 has orange hair in a ponytail and her glove, jacket, and boots are coloured white. She later undos her ponytail on the line “start walking!”. She resembles Devon.

P3

P3 has brown hair and her glove, jacket, and boots are coloured dark olive. She resembles Annia.

P4

P4 has blonde long hair and her glove, jacket, and boots are coloured black. She resembles Carly.

Extreme

The dancer has the same type of clothing as the dancers in classic mode, except the colour is a shiny gold and she has long blonde hair instead. Her elbow length gloves and boots get longer at the every chorus. Her boots get to her thighs, and her gloves reach to almost her shoulders. At the end, her jacket, gloves, and boots change different colours, her boots and gloves are longer, all the dancers join her, and their boots and gloves are longer too. She resembles Jennifer.

Background

The background looks like it is in jail. Every time they tap their boots, a part of the room breaks, in the first chorus, the room breaks, and appears to be a rainy field with puddles. Every time they jump or do actions with their boots, the puddles will move. At the end, it is all thundery and the screen gets electrocuted.

Gold Moves

Classic

There are three gold moves in the routine.

Gold Move 1: This is a wave gold move. Each of them are standing on their toes with one foot and the other foot flat on the ground. P1: put your right hand up in the air. P2: stretch both arms and touch your right boots. P3: jump in the air with both arms and then put your left foot flat on the ground and stand on your toe on your right foot. P4: squat on the ground and snap your right hand.

Gold Move 2: P1 and P2 hold both hands and P3 and P4 do the same, and lift their boots. P1 and P3 lift their right boots, while P2 and P4 do it with their right boots. Then they do it with their opposite foot and keep doing it on the line “walk all over you”.

Gold Move 3: Jump in the air with both wellies to the left and the gloves and the hands touch the boots.

Extreme

There are two gold moves in the extreme version.

Gold Move 1: Jump with your left leg and point to the screen.

Gold Move 2: Squat on the ground and put both hands up.

Trivia

  • This is the second song to have a title about a type of boot, after These Boots Are Made For Walking on Just Dance 2016.
    • But this is the first dance crew song to have a title about it.
  • Many people find the third gold move hard.