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The Bauer Supreme One20 is a low-cost hockey skate.

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Pros

strong ankle support, good for beginners, allows the calf to relax and protects against injury

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light weight, won't get tired

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laces are easy to work with, don't knot up or get stuck

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mold themselves to the foot quickly, fits like a glove, very comfortable

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energy transfer is immediate, feels like nothing is lost when pushing off

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good protection, can take a direct hit from a speeding puck

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Very comfortable first time on the ice.

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it`s a good one

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Cons

laces tend to rot away quickly, will need to be replaced within a year

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The Bauer Supreme One20 is a low-cost hockey skate. The majority of this skate's upper is made of premium nylon, and the outsole is TPR (ThermoPlastic Rubber). The lining material of the Supreme One20 skate is microfiber, which makes for a comfortable feel. The exterior screened heel cup and anatomical heel/ankle padding ensure that your foot has lots of support. The tongue of the Supreme One20 is felt and also anatomically designed, so that it will fit snug against your foot. The footbed is shaped EVA (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate), which will contribute to a comfortable fit. There are size options available for the Bauer Supreme One20.

Features
  • Size options
  • Premium nylon
  • Microfiber
  • Exterior screened heel cup
  • Anatomical heel/ankle support padding
  • Anatomical felt tongue
  • Shaped EVA footbed
  • TPR outsole
  • TUUK Lightspeed Pro blade holder
  • TUUK Stainless blade runner
Size Options
  • Senior -  6-12 full, R width
  • Junior - 1-5 full, R width
  • Youth - 6-13 full, R width 
Post Review
Anonymous
03/25/2011 09:04

The riviting was a poor quality. I popped the back inside rivets out of two different pairs of these skates with light use. I would recomend for pond or free skate but not actual hockey playing.

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Anonymous

01/23/2013 11:57

I had the same problem. Replaced them with short machine screws and bolts and added some thread seal to tighten things up.

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Anonymous

02/23/2013 12:28

yet to have that problem with them, and use them for 2 games one practice and 2 pick up games a week for the past 3 months

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