Bauer Nexus 600 Ice Hockey Skates - Senior

Bauer Nexus 600 Ice Hockey Skates - Senior

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At the middle of the new Nexus Line from Bauer, the Nexus 600 Hockey Skates are built for experienced players who need support, comfort and high quality boot specs. The Nexus line offers players an alternative to the fit of the familiar Vapor and Supreme lines. Nexus skates are constructed wider and deeper than most skate models to address the needs of certain players who weren't able to take advantage of Bauer's high quality skates in the past. The traditional looks and fit of the Nexus 600 skates provide a comfortable, supportive option for advanced level players.

The quarter package of the Nexus 600 Hockey Skates is built with compression molded EVA and performance nylon, which contain thermo-formable Anaform foam ankle pads. The quarters and ankle pads respond very well to baking to give you a customized fit. Adding comfort, old school looks and plenty of protection from lace bite and impacts, Bauer added a thick, 2-piece felt tongue with a molded metatarsal guard. The Form-Fit+ footbeds have moisture management properties, heel stabilizers and a grip texture to minimize slippage.

With a lightweight fiber composite outsole, the Nexus 600 Skates are supportive enough for advanced level players and forgiving enough for beginners. Fixed to the outsoles are Bauer's popular Tuuk Lightspeed 2 Holders and Super Stainless Steel Runners. Comfortable, durable and carefully crafted, the Bauer Nexus 600 Skates are a great choice for moderate to highly competitive players.

Bauer Nexus 600 Ice Hockey Skates - Senior

Nexus 600 Skate Upper Features

  • Quarter Package: Variable stiffness Compression molded EVA with performance nylon
  • Lining Material: Hydrophobic performance woven liner
  • Heel Support: Patented pro-integrated, anatomical heel/ankle support
  • Ankle Padding: Anaform foam ankle pads
  • Tongue Construction: Anatomical White 48 oz. 2-piece felt with molded metatarsal guard
  • Footbed: FORM-FIT+ with grip, moisture management and heel stabilizer
  • Thermoformable: Full upper

Nexus 600 Skate Lower Features

  • Outsole: Full fiber composite
  • Blade Holder and Runner: TUUK Lightspeed 2 with TUUK super stainless steel runner

Manufacturer Model Number: 1000988

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Bauer Senior Hockey Skate Sizing Chart

Bauer Senior Hockey Skate Sizing Chart
Bauer Skate Size Shoe Size
U.S. Euro U.K.
6.0 7.5 40.5 6.5
6.5 8.0 41 7.0
7.0 8.5 42 7.5
7.5 9.0 42.5 8.0
8.0 9.5 43 8.5
8.5 10.0 44 9.0
9.0 10.5 44.5 9.5
9.5 11.0 45 10.0
10.0 11.5 45.5 10.5
10.5 12.0 46 11.0
11.0 12.5 47 11.5
11.5 13.0 47.5 12.0
12.0 13.5 48 12.5
12.5 14.0 48.5 13.0
13.0 14 49 13.5
14.0 15 50 14.5
15.0 16 51 15.5
hockey skate boot width; letters next to skate size; hockey skate width

SENIOR Hockey Skates
Senior hockey skates are sized to fit adults and full grown teenagers with a Men's US shoe size of 7 or greater.

JUNIOR Hockey Skates
Junior hockey skates are sized to fit kids in the range of approximately 8 to 12 years old with a US shoe size of 2 to 6.5.

YOUTH Hockey Skates
Youth hockey skates are sized to fit toddlers and young children in the age range of approximately 9 years old and younger with a US youth shoe size of 1.5 or smaller.

*Female Skaters*
The difference between men's shoes and women's shoes is 1.5 to 2 sizes. So, if you wear size 9 women's shoes, that translates to a men's size 7.5 or 7.0, which would put you in a size 6 senior hockey skate. More simply put, go 3 sizes down from your women's shoe size in order to find your hockey skate size.

Bauer Nexus 600 Ice Hockey Skates - Senior
5 Stars based on 6 Review(s)
Fernando Cambas
Buenos Aires, Argentina
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Best skates purchase ever
November 18, 2015
Very comfortable, are very light, the boot is hard but not as a rock, and the y run really fast. The blade replacement trigger is useless (I prefer to replace the whole skate instead of the blade)
Weight Thermofit Stiffness

San Francisco CA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great skates at a bargain price
November 11, 2015
I play once a week in a rec league for past 12 years. I'm 6 ft, 200 lbs. I've been skating on the Nexus 600 for 2 years and still love them. I bought them at a retail store and had them baked once. Added a pair of yellow Super feet insoles. I paid almost $300 so the Hockey Giant price with the coupon is an amazing value. I have wide feet... Size E and have no problems with the width in these skates. Good support, speed, and comfort. Took a few shots off these skates too and they are tough.

Burlington New Jersey
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Good value
July 28, 2013
42 y/o and have played hockey for about 30 years. I am a fairly competitive player. The question I had when I bought them at Hockey Giant in Cherry Hill NJ was if there would be enough support. Bought Easton EQ50 skates with a regular D width (Easton has a narrow forefoot compared to other brands I guess) Crushed my feet, baked several times about 5 skates later gave up on them. They were a much stiffer boot also (compared to the nexus 600). I like a stiff boot. Last pair of skates was Easton Z-Air Comp SE from 2004. I guess my feet have become wide over the years (arches collapsing some), and didn't know the eastons were a more narrow construction. I heard from many who had to listen to me complai about the Easton SQ50 that the Nexus were wider in the forefoot, hence the switch. So, here is how the Nexus 600 compare. I had to get a EE width even in these. They felt great on the ice (first time on them was today), but they are definitely not as stiff of a boot. They were hardly like skating on a new skate at all. This turned out to be good. They felt ready to skate, basically like they were skated in ten times and broken in. The question is how will they be by mid season. I cut hard and lean hard when skating, and they did have enough support. No lace bite issues...overall, VERY comfortable for a first time on the ice in them. General impression - Certainly good enough support for a competitive skater without a need to break them in. Will find out about durability over the course of the year. Worth the price for sure. Comfort, support, and value. I would have bought the 800, but they didn't have my size in the store. Turned out in my favor as they were a couple hundred dollars less. I would recommend them. If I have durability issues, I will be reposting on here.
comfort and little break in time (really None). good performance and very low price.
none yet

5 Stars

September 21, 2012
I bought these skates recently and just started skating after having a metal plate put in my ankle... They are the most comfortable skates I've ever put on! Even with the tenderness of having a new plate they felt great! Pretty much no break in time needed!

J5 Canada
5 Stars

August 22, 2012
Superb fit, comfort and feel. Old school look. Best skate since Bauer Supreme 3000 from 20 years ago.

5 Stars

Nexus 600
August 15, 2012
Bought these skates a month ago at the Cherry Hill location. Since then I have played 4 games and one tournament (4 games) with the skates. All I can saw is unbelievable!!! No real break in period at all. Perfect fit from the sales guy that assisted me, baking was awesome, and they have performed. So much lighter and responsive then my old skates. I look forward to these skates lasting along as my previous Bauers. Thanks.

By Kirk from NH on September 26, 2013
What is the difference in width between a Bauer Nexus 600 size9D or 9EE? (what measurement)
By Jeremiah at on September 27, 2013

The difference between D and EE width skates is approximately 1/4".

By Rob from NY on September 13, 2015
Daughter wears Supreme One.6 for 2 seasons. How are these skates different? Am I able to return if not the right replacement skate?
By Customer Service on September 14, 2015


The Nexus line is a bit wider throughout the boot. Also, the Nexus 600 skates are higher quality skates than the Supreme One.6 Skates, so they will be lighter, stiffer and ought to provide more durability. The most notable differences between the One.6 skates and the Nexus 600 skates will be the following:

  • Nexus 600 Skates have a more rigid, lighter, composite outsole
  • Nexus 600 Skates have a thicker tongue which will provide additional protection and resistance to lacebite
  • Nexus 600 Skates have a more rigid quarter package which will provide more all-around support for the heel and ankle
  • Nexus 600 Skates have an upgraded footbed with grip zones to keep the feet secured when starting and stopping, creating greater power with each stride

Here is a link to our Return Policy

By Patrick from Avon, Ohio on April 1, 2014
How similar are these to the Nike Flexlite hockey skate?
By Customer Service on April 2, 2014

The fit is very similar to the Flexlite skates. They're deep and wide, very traditional.

By Jack from NY, NY on March 7, 2014
At what temperature do you heat them up to?
By Customer Service on March 10, 2014

We do not recommend baking your own skates in a home oven. Baking your skates in an over should only be done by a professional at a hockey pro shop. You can use a hair blow dryer though.

By conrad from corner brook, NL, Canada on August 18, 2014
I have flexlite 16, size 12.5 D. what size would be the same in these? I think nike went by shoe size when they were branded Nike. Tried the bauer supreme and 10.5 E were good for fit but want to stay with the softer boot.
By Customer Service on August 20, 2014

If 10.5 E in the Supreme fit well, I'd recommend 10.5 D in the Nexus Skates.The Nexus Skates are built to fit very similarly to the Flexlite Skates - deep and wide. But, like you said, the Nexus Skates are on Canadian sizing, unlike the Nike Flexlite Skates.

By Greg from San Francisco on September 29, 2015
Full composite footbed? Only 11.5 I see is with EE width is that ok if I usually wear a standard width?
By Customer Service on September 29, 2015

It does not have a composite footbed. The outsole (underside of the boot to which the holders are attached) may be what you're reading about in the description, and it is indeed a fiber composite outsole.

The EE width in a Nexus Skate is pretty wide, so it may be best to look for a different model. The Nexus line runs a little wider in general, so the EE width will likely be too wide for you.

Here's a link that will take you to a view of each of our 11.5 D Skates. Once you've navigated to that page, you can use additional filtering options, such as Price, Brand, etc, to narrow down your options.

By T from CO on October 5, 2015
I normally wear an E width in CCMs, and have had some pinching in the ball of the foot. I've heard these run wider than other skates though. Would a D width be in the Nexus be comparable to an E in CCMs, or would a EE in the Nexus line be closer?
By Customer Service on October 5, 2015

It depends on which CCM model you're comparing them to. The RBZ was wider/deeper than the current Tacks and RibCor. D Width Nexus skates will be comparable to RBZ D Width, wider than Tacks and RibCor D width. Most of the current CCM stock models only come in D and EE, so it would be tough to compare Nexus D width to a CCM E width unless we knew the exact model. But, generally, Nexus D width will be similar to CCM skates in E width, though they may be just a hair narrower.

By Freddie from Tampa, FL on November 13, 2013
Are these skates heat moldable?
By Customer Service on November 13, 2013

Yes, per the description: "Theromoformable: Full upper". This means that the ankle padding and boot quarters will respond to baking.
By Customer Service on November 13, 2013

Yes, per the description: "Theromoformable: Full upper". This means that the ankle padding and boot quarters will respond to baking.

By Greg from san fransisco, ca on August 24, 2015
Looking to replace my 8090 and pro comp .like the tradional Bauer feel. Would this work?
By Customer Service on September 3, 2015

Yes, the Nexus 600 skates would be a great choice to replace your 8090 skates. In large part, they were modeled after the 8090 skates, although the fit will be slightly wider with the Nexus skates.

By Evan McCarthy from Burnsville, MN on January 21, 2014
What is the radius of the blade on the nexus 600
By Customer Service on January 21, 2014

9' Radius

Heat MoldableYes
Quarter PackageCompression Molded Eva w/Performance Nylon
TongueAnatomical White 48 oz. 2-Piece Felt
Ankle Padding/SupportAnaform / Anatomical Support
LinerHydrophobic Performance Woven
FootbedForm-Fit+ w/Grip
OutsoleFull Fiber Composite
HolderTUUK Lightspeed 2
RunnerTUUK Super Stainless Steel
Additional Features-
Made In-
WarrantyBoot = 90 Days | Holder/Runner = 1 Year
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