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With Every Order
All Scooter related orders will receive the “Free Scooter Stickers Sheet” with 36 brand stickers on them. All Skates related orders will recieved x2 Large “I HEART Skates” Stickers.
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Edea skates have been developed to be lighter than any other figure skating boot due to their new technologies and materials used. Edea Skates are generally considered between 20-30% lighter than other comparable boots in the market, enabling the skater to have that bit extra in performance, through air time to compete and increase your spins. Another benefit of lighter boots is the ability to accelerate faster.
Edea are an Italian brand, where their factories are based (in the Alps) and their skates are made. It was born out of a family heritage of 3 generations who started off by making skates for the local area. The first high end boots were released in 2002, and the design and develop of the boots are routed in intensive research and development with the skaters themselves. Their big focus is on weight reduction whilst maintaining strength of their figure skate boots, knowing full well how it can help with the performance of figure skaters.
Edea have a range of skates, from the Motivo as a starter skate all the way up the Concerto, which are extremely light weight and have shock absorbion to reduce injury risk when skating.