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ATTENTION COACHES:
When you or your students drop off skates that need adjustment to the toe (lift angle) of the blade, please allow for extra time (days) and please ask for a “Dave Sharp”. We have multiple high level employees who have been providing high end services for over a decade but for this specific request, please ask for the service to be done by Dave. This service also carries an extra charge of $10

SHARPENING

Standard
$30*
  • Recreational & Instructional Blades
  • Coronation Ace and equivalent
Patter 99 / Tapered
$35*
  • Gold Seal
  • Gold Star
  • Phantom
  • Parabolic
  • Matrix
  • Dance
  • Pattern 99 and equivalent
Revolution
$40*
  • Revolution Parallel
  • 420 Paramount
Revolution 2
$45*
  • Revolution Tapered
  • 440 Paramount
  • Titanium

EXTRAS

Deep Sharp
$10*
  • 5/16″ & 1/4″ Hollow
New Skates or Runners
$5*
  • First Sharp Not Purchased in Store
Pitting or Rust
$5-10*
  • Rust Removal

DAVE 

Dave Sharp
$10
  • Additional Charge
  • Dave Only Sharp
Toe (Lift Angle) Adjustment
$10
  • Additional Charge
  • Dave Only Service

* All prices are not final. Pricing may be different or adjusted in store

WHAT SHARPENING IS BEST FOR ME?

Despite what many people think, there is no right answer to this question. It all comes down to personal preference. Every skater has to find out what works best for them. This is easier said than done. But, we are here to help you and educate you through the process.

HOLLOW

The hollow refers to the measurement of your sharpening. Without getting too scientific, the hollow ultimately determines how much blade digs into the ice while you are skating. the deeper the hollow, the “sharper” the feel when skating on the ice.

The hollow is measured in fractions of an inch. the smaller the fraction, the “sharper” and more bite you get.

COMMON HOLLOWS

The most common hollows we use for figure skaters are 3/8″ and 7/16″ but they are not the only ones. 3/8″ being the smaller number will give you a deeper “sharper” feel. 7/16″ is very close to 3/8″ but will give a little less bite and more glide.

This information is as basic as it gets when explaining skate sharpening. For more detail stop by our store,  give us a call at 212-228-8400, or email us at info@wsskate.com.

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