According to Kinzies closet the way to size for Edea is to take your foot measurement in mm and add 10. This would make me a 265. Interestingly I noticed that the footbed of the 260 has 255 printed on it and apparently this is because Edea use the same last and footbed for the 260 as the 255 and just add an extra 0.5cm of upper material, considering the interior length measurements that both I and my new fitter have taken on the 260 it seems like this doesn’t really make it a true half size up from the 255. Bit cheap of Edea really.Edea would have suggested that you went into 255 because their skates are measured for the foot length that intends on going into them. I know people that have been put into skates half a size too big so 5mm and they experience agony and a whole host of other issues but then go half a size down with the same brand and have no issues what so ever.
I definitely don’t want skates that are too big, I made the mistake of buying the 260 instead of the 265 because she convinced me that the 265 would loosen up to be too big if I wanted a snug fit, and that the 260 would stretch in length with break in, unfortunately the 260 is actually shorter than my feet and Edea say their boots never loosen lengthwise and cannot be stretched for length