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Bauer Supreme ONE.7 Senior Ice Hockey Skates

Bauer Supreme ONE.7 Senior Ice Hockey Skates

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Bauer Supreme ONE.7 Senior Ice Hockey Skates

Supreme ONE.7 Skate Upper Features

  • Quarter Package: 3D Anaformable made with DuPont™ Surlyn®
  • Lining Material: Hydrophobic grip liner
  • Ankle Padding: Anaform fit foam ankle pads
  • Tongue Construction: Anatomical, 48 oz. 2-piece felt with high-density metatarsal guard
  • Footbed: FORM-FIT with stabilizer grip
  • Thermoformable: Full upper

Supreme ONE.7 Skate Lower Features

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

Manufacturer Model Number: 1000971

Bauer Senior Hockey Skate Sizing Chart
Bauer Skate Size 6.0 6.5 7.0 7.5 8.0 8.5 9.0 9.5 10.0 10.5 11.0 11.5 12.0 12.5 13.0 13.5 14.0
Shoe Size (US) 7.5 8.0 8.5 9.0 9.5 10.0 10.5 11.0 11.5 12.0 12.5 13.0 13.5 14.0 14.5 15.0 15.5


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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 7 to 13 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 2 to 7 years old with a US youth shoe size of 7 to 1.5.

*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 Supreme ONE.7 Senior Ice Hockey Skates
$279.99
5 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
Dirk
5 Stars

Bauer one.7 review
March 25, 2013
Played hockey through college. Just started skating again in mens league. Skates are amazing, baked, fitted, and good to go. At full speed after 3 strides, effortless, and amazing feel. Great comfort, highly recommend.



By Jordan from buffalo on December 30, 2013
I am a big guy 6'4 290lbs. I have the old bauer gold skates now but they are about 13 years old and falling apart. I was looking at the nexus 800 skate but cant seem to find any in stock around me that I could try on (size 12-13). How do the ONE.7's stack up to the nexus 800? *I have wide feet as well*
By Customer Service on December 30, 2013

Answer:
The Nexus 800 Skates have the edge over the One.7 Skates. If you have wide feet, the Nexus line is really the best choice because they're designed specifically for players who have wide, thick feet. The Supreme skates provide a snug "anatomical" fit, which means you won't really have any wiggle room or negative space. The toe box will be significantly tighter on the Supreme Skates than it will on the Nexus Skates, and the arch is higher in the Supreme Skates as well. At your size, and with wide feet, the Nexus skates are honestly the best choice on the market for you. The 800's are also stiff enough to handle your weight and offer good support in the long term. The 600's (next down in the Nexus line) will not likely give you the long-lasting support you'll need.

By George from Washington DC on January 10, 2014
The quick version of the question. Vapors or Supremes for flat feet? My son is 5'5" 130 lbs 13y/o playing AA. Ice time is between 5 and 9 hours a week. The skates also have to be able to withstand some punishment. I am open to other options outside of Bauer but we are a Bauer family and anything else seems like cheating on a spouse.
By Customer Service on January 13, 2014

Answer:
Bauer Nexus would actually be the best choice. Nexus skates are deeper, wider and flatter than Vapors and Supremes. The Nexus 600 or Nexus 800 skates would both be good choices based on the amount of use that they'll be getting each week. The 800 skates are of course going to last longer and provide more stiffness and support for a longer period of time. That being said, the 600 Skates are a great choice as well, especially if he is growing quickly and will need new skates in about 1 to 1.5 years. They should certainly hold up well until then.

By Mark from Akron, OH on January 17, 2014
6', 250 lbs., 38, play competitive mens league 1-2x week and coach 1-2x week. Currently in a Supreme 4000, 9.5EE. Love them but they are starting to break down and if nothing else I should replace both runners which seems like throwing good money at bad when I could just buy a new skate. Supreme One.7 or the Nexus 600?
By Customer Service on January 17, 2014

Answer:
I'd say if you like the fit of the Supreme Skates you ought to stick with them. The One.7 Skates should be a good option for you. One thing to keep in mind, though - at 250 lbs, you may want to consider going with the One.8 Skates for longer-lasting boot support. You won't have trouble with the One.7 Skates, but what you may find is that the One.8 Skates will stay stiff and supportive for an extra few years. That being said, it sounds like you took great care of your Supreme 4000 Skates if they're still at least in working condition, so the One.7 Skates might work out just as well. In any case, the One.7 or One.8 skates would each be great choices for you.

By dingo from kelowna on June 27, 2013
whats the difference between the one.7 skates and the x70 skates?
By Jeremiah at HockeyGiant.com on June 27, 2013

Answer:

Overall, I'd give the edge to the One.7 skates over the X 70 Skates. That being said, Vapor and Supreme skates offer different fit and performance characteristics. The Vapors will have a more aggressive stance and "V"-Shaped Fit, with a narrow heel and progressively wider mid-foot and toe box. The Supremes will provide a more neutral stance and tighter overall fit with very little negative space in the boot.

In terms of features and materials, the One.7 Skates have a thicker, higher quality tongue, lighter and more rigid outsole. The the One.7 Skates also have the LS2 runner which is slightly lighter than the Super Stainless Steel. The Vapor X 70 Skates do have the new Lightspeed Edge Holder, though, which is Bauer's newest and is arguably the best new holder on the market.


By Rhonda from Michiagn on September 26, 2013
My son plays junior hockey. Skating 6 days a week. Very competitive level. He is 6' 2" 220 lbs. He has been wearing the Bauer Sumpreme One 100 but they are falling apart and you can no longer get those. Due to financial difficulties I don't have enough to purchase the higher cost ones right now. will this skate get him through the rest of the season? Will these hinder his performance?
By Jeremiah at HockeyGiant.com on September 26, 2013

Answer:
He'll certainly notice a substantial difference in the amount of stiffness/support offered by the One.7 boot when compared to the One100. I'd recommend at least going with the One.8 Skates.
By Jeremiah at HockeyGiant.com on September 26, 2013

Answer:
He'll certainly notice a substantial difference in the amount of stiffness/support offered by the One.7 boot when compared to the One100. I'd recommend at least going with the One.8 Skates.
By Jeremiah at HockeyGiant.com on September 26, 2013

Answer:
He'll certainly notice a substantial difference in the amount of stiffness/support offered by the One.7 boot when compared to the One100. I'd recommend at least going with the One.8 Skates.