Edea Chorus Figure Ice BOOT ONLY - White UK2.5 / EU35.5 ONLY
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The Edea Chorus has a strong structure, ideal for athletes who require a boot that supports the foot when landing from a double jump.
- Leather upper, water resistant.
- Perforated microfibre lining provides aeration for quick drying.
- Resistant to wear and tear..
- Tongue with double padding for comfort and lace bite protection.
- Ensures the boot fastens easily and supports the foot.
- Anatomic foam ankle padding for maximum comfort and firm foot positioning.
- Thin sole for better skate control.
- Index: 70
- Rigidity: Rigid
- Level: Double Jumps
Designed for: Kids, Teens, & Adults.
Skill level: Intermediate / Advanced
Fitting Note: This boot fits very much like a standard street shoe size and thus we would recommend that you order as such. If you wear an additional thick sock layer you may want to consider ordering a half size bigger.
Recommended: Ice Skate Blade Guards to help keep your skate blades in top condition - check out our website for our range of Xcess Ice Skate Guards.
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We warranty all orders for genuine manufacturing defects up to 30 days from delivery (not damage caused through use). If any issues arise after this time, warranty cover will be passed over to the brands & suppliers we work with. Full details on the warranty period/conditions etc.
Please note, any scooter or other products sold that used in an extreme manner or at a skate park, have limited warranty cover due to the nature of use they are put through. To raise a warranty claim just contact us, with your order number, details of the fault and a photograph/video of the issue to provide sufficient evidence.