The Motivo is a ready-to-skate boot designed with adults or the serious beginner in mind.
Inspired by our passion for skating the Motivo benefits from the technology and know-how from our top of the range boots. A step up from the Brio, the Motivo offers greater support for a better performance.
SUPPORT 38 Soft
PERFORMANCE Basic Skills Amateur
Ladies Sizes 185 through 280 in 5mm increments
Colors: Ivory and Black
Type of Skating: Beginning Amateur Level for Serious Beginners and Adult Skaters who prefer a stiffer construction Skate
Our boots are designed with lightness in mind making them ideal for a novice. The lightness will help the skater feel more at home on the ice.
The unique insole made with fiberglass and nylon allows more power transmission and increase the stability.
It also allows for the thickness of the sole to be reduced thus lowering the center of gravity and giving the skater even greater control and stability.
The unique heel design adds further stability to the boot. The curve on the heel increases weight distribution, allowing the heel to be in contact with over half the insole giving the skater a sense of oneness with the ice.
With the lower profile of the design because of the thin sole we’ve added an extra couple of millimeters of room for the toes for added comfort. Because of the thinner sole our boots have a lower profile. This means we’ve been able to add an extra couple of millimeters of room for the toes for added comfort while retaining our lower profile.
The Motivo’s padding is a step up from Brio and includes an extra soft microfiber antibacterial lining with extra padding on both the tongue and cuffs to make the skater feel at home.
All Edea skates are designed around the foot with curves and strength to hold the heel in place, to support the foot and give the best fit and maximum comfort.
Everything at EDEA is done at our factory in a little village at the foot of the Alps. This means we can control design, quality and production. You buy our boots knowing they’ve been cared for from the drawing board until they are placed in the box to be sent to the shops.