- Returns & Warranty
Graf Ultra F-10 Hockey Ice Skates UK11 Only - CLEARANCE
B Stock as either the box of the skates are damaged/missing, or there's a minor product defect. Comes without wheels.
The Graf Ultra F-3 is an excellent value beginner Hockey Ice Skate.
Designed for: Kids, Teens, & Adults.
Skill level: Beginner / Intermediate.
Because skates in a size UK 6 and upwards become VATable, we charge an additional 5 for these sizes in order to compensate for the extra cost.
- Base model with high side stability.
- Active respratory lining (AIRACTIVE)
- Outside material very robust (SYNTODUR D3)
|For Who||Boys, Men's|
|Bar Internal Diameter||No|
|Bar External Diameter||No|
|Compatible Wheel Size||No|
|Compatibility with Decks||No|
|Delivery Option||Under £40||Over £40|
|myHermes 2-3 day||£2.45||FREE|
|myHermes Next Day||£3.95||£3.95|
Rest of UK
|UK Off Shore Islands||2-3||£5.95|
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Returns & Warranty
Easy Returns & Exchanges
Buy Now & be able to return after Christmas all the way up to 15th January with our extended returns policy.
Returns and exchanges should be easy, quick and no hassle. With every order (£30+), we provide a prepaid Collect Plus returns label & returns/exchanges form so you can drop your item back off at the local shop if needed. For more information see here.
We warranty all orders for genuine manufacturing defects up to 30 days from delivery. 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.