We have a specific model for beginners, the Esordio.
It’s comfortable, ventilated and includes all the Edea tech features.
The choice of wheels depends on the floor, so contact your Authorized Edea Dealer to get the complete set suitable for your needs.
If you're still learning double jumps, e.g. you land 2T, 2S but still struggling with all others, the Ritmo model is still for you.
If you already have all solid double jumps, learning 2A, you can upgrade to Fly. Do not be fooled by its comfort, the padding hides a support structure suitable only for that level.
NOTE: This is a general guideline and other factors such as weight, height and skating style should be considered. Always ask your coach before changing boot model!
Roller boots have perforated sole and upper to allow ventilation. When you're on the ice, this would allow water and moisture to go inside the boots and freeze your toes, so we do not recommend it;
Roller boots have flat sole to match the frame that is also flat, while blade plates have inclined front and so ice skating boots;
Comparing roller and ice boots made for the same level (single, double, triple jumps), ice skating boots are stiffer. This is because to control a 4mm large blade you need a stiff boot while to control a 10cm large roller frame, a softer boot is enough, otherwise you won't lean on edges.
Roller boots have a different fitting, wider than ice.
Due to the different volume and inclination fit change, please check carefully your size.
There is no difference. Sizes and widths of white version are the same of black’s ones. Therefore, if the black version is not available in the store, you can easily try on the white one or the other way round.
For these disciplines we have Classicaand Flamenco.
Designed in two different stiffnesses, with a lowered rear profile for dancers who need to show long leg lines and point their toes, but with the comfort of any other Edea boot.