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Edea Overture Figure Skates- White


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This product is a special order item, and as such will be ordered from our supplier for you once your order has been placed. The above delivery time is an estimate based on times provided by our suppliers. In rare circumstances these maybe subject to change, but rest assured we will be doing everything possible to get your product to you ASAP! Upon placing your order you will receive a call from our team shortly after to keep you informed every step of the way.


Product Description

The Overture is an intermediate skate suitable for skaters performing single jumps and are designed and manufactured by Edea in Italy.The Edea boot is a little wider in design making it an ideal choice for a broader foot. They are supplied with factory sharpened, ready to skate Ultima MK IV Blades but we advise that you have these sharpened by us before you take to the ice in them.

- Water resistant leather upper.
- Anatomically designed, comfotable padded tongue.
- Anatomic foam ankle padding for maximum comfort.
- Microfibre lining for fast drying.
- Reduced sole thickness for better skate control.
- Lightweight construction.
- Mid Stiffness rating: 48.
- Unique foot ventilation system, allowing fresh air to circulate around the foot, keeping you fresher and dryer whilst skating.
- Ultima MK IV Blades.

We recommend to go for your normal shoe size to ensure a snug fit and provide suitable ankle support.

However, if you would like the ability to keep your blades nice and sharp yourself than look no further than the SkateMate Ice Skate Sharpener!
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Reviews (4)

People have rated this product 2 Stars on average (Based on 4 reviews)

2out of 5
11th Nov, 2015

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1out of 5
29th Dec, 2014

Cut too low on the ankle for jumping. I am an intermediate Canadian skater who does single jumps. Although these skates look" pretty, I would consider these skates to be appropriate only for beginners, and intermediates who attempt jumping on them risk serious injury."

1out of 5
29th Dec, 2014

These promise to be appropriate for intermediate skaters attempting single jumps, but they are cut too low on the ankle to offer adequate ankle support. I have not had any luck getting in touch with Skate Hut to return them, and return them I must, or I risk twisting or breaking an ankle. -- Canadian intermediate skater.

2out of 5
3rd Dec, 2014

I'm in love

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