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Whether you're learning the ropes of ice skating or you're a seasoned figure skating competitor, your skates are crucial to your performance, style and comfort. Edea skates are trusted by beginner and pro skaters alike, helping you give the best performance of your life out on the ice.
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Edea is an extremely popular ice skate brand, and it’s not hard to see why. Combining style and comfort, Edea produces ice skates that are not only super comfortable but also incredibly easy to break in, so you can focus on your performance rather than nursing painful feet after a long training session.
All of Edea’s skates are crafted in their own factory near Venice, Italy. From the drawing board to the rink, every single skate infuses Edea’s rich Italian heritage, supported by a long family history, to deliver an unrivalled skate — and that’s why beginners and pro skaters alike trust Edea ice skates.
You’ll find beginner and recreational skaters using Edea skates thanks to their comfort and short break-in period (normally around 4-8 hours on the ice). The Edea Motivo are a brilliant skate for beginners who are just learning the ropes of ice skating.
For more advanced skaters, the Ice Fly skate is one of the lightest skates on the market and is stiff enough to easily handle triple or quad jumps.
Edea ice skates tend to have a narrow toe box, so if your feet are on the wider side, you may be more comfortable in a skate brand like Jackson.
If you’re looking for more recommendations as a beginner skater, check out our top recommendations for beginner ice skates here!