Jackson Ultima Skates Inc.  a division of
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Tournament Sports
185 Weber Street South
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada   N2J 2B1

Jackson Ultima Skates Inc.
Watts: 1-800-263-1666
Tel: (519) 888-6500
Fax (519) 888-6540

Website:

http://www.jacksonultima.com/en/home.aspx

General Information:
Customer Service:
info@jacksonultima.com

To become a dealer or retailer, see contact information above

THE INSPIRATION

In 1966, Don Jackson, the 1962 World Figure Skating champion, inspired by his love of the sport and his keen interest in product design, developed the original Jackson figure skate.

Don's dedication to the sport has been recognized by his induction into both the USFSA and CFSA Halls of Fame. Four decades later Don Jackson continues his active participation in the sport and plays an integral role in the Jackson skate development.


THE TEAM

President Kim Bauer, grandson of the founder of the Bauer Skate Company, has assembled a management team with over 70 years experience in the skate industry. The management team was given the mandate to produce a skate program which provides superior products and exceptional value for skaters of all skill levels.


THE COMMITMENT

A state of the art skate factory was opened in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, in March, 1996 [only a few miles from the original Bauer skate factory which was established in 1927]. This major investment further demonstrates the continuing commitment to product excellence.


THE VISION

In January, 1997, the Jackson Skate Company was born, combining the inspiration of Don Jackson’s knowledge and passion for the sport with over 70 years of skate experience and heritage. Whether you are skating for pleasure or competing at a World Class level, there is a Jackson skate for you. Happy skating!


 

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THE JACKSON FIGURE AND RECREATIONAL ICE SKATE


Tournament Sports Marketing Inc., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
is the official manufacturer and distributor of products bearing the Jackson mark and designs


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