Not all of them, but most of them. Apart from the first test mounting where all the slots are fixed, then we recommend leaving maximum 1 or 2 empty holes in the toes and 1 in the heel. Trust your technician!
The design on the sole is purely aesthetic and not a reference for assembly. The only way to check if the mounting is correct is to skate on the ice and feel aligned. As alignment is so important, we recommend only using a professional skate technician. They have the skills, the tools and the expertise to ensure your blade is mounted perfectly.
It depends on how often you skate, on the ice and how you take care of your blades. There are skaters that prefer to sharpen them once a month and those who prefer three times in a year. Remember to use the E-guards off-ice, to wipe the blades carefully after each session using the blade towel and store them in soft blade covers to absorb any residual moisture. Your edges will last longer!
YES, THEY MUST USE ONLY THE EDEA SCREWS THAT ARE SUPPLIED WITH YOUR BOOTS!
This is because our screws are specifically designed to be compatible with our thinner soles and they are engineered to increase the hold. The tips have also been flattened to remove the risk of discomfort.
Edea provide a suggested blade size chart but this is only a guide. Ask your coach if he/she has preferences.
If you’re currently using another brand, note that you may need a shorter blade than the one you’re using now. We have optimized the shape of the boot and the pressure points to give better performance. Learn more here
Boots and blades are high-end technical sports equipment and should be mounted by professionals for your safety and for maximum performance. It’s not only about putting screws to mount boots and blades but to create something that will be part of you during the performance. Learn more here