Caring for your skating blades
The model's blade is designed for recreational skaters looking for stability.
Ice skating blade enemy no. 1: rust!
To protect them and make them last, we recommend wiping the blades with a dry cloth after your session.
Remember to sharpen your skating blades!
We recommend regularly sharpening your blades.
We recommend sharpening the blades before using them for the first time.
To maintain the sharpness of your blades, use rigid blade protectors when moving off the ice.
When skating, remember to wear protective equipment:
- a helmet
- wrist protectors
- knee pads
- elbow pads
Tips for storage and maintenance
DRYING IN A TUMBLE DRYER POSSIBLE. NORMAL TEMPERATURE, MAXIMUM EXHAUST AIR TEMPERATURE OF THE DRUM 80°C.
MAXIMUM WASH TEMPERATURE OF 30°C. VERY MODERATE TREATMENT.
IRON AT A MAXIMUM SOLEPLATE TEMPERATURE OF 150°C.
MAXIMUM WASH TEMPERATURE 70°C. NORMAL TREATMENT.
Dry your blades with a dry cloth after each use to prevent the risk of rusting.
Store your skates in a dry place and cover the blades with a cloth blade guard.
Restrictions on use
Not suitable for ice hockey with a club