Bauer Vapor X80 Ice Hockey Skates - Senior

Bauer Vapor X80 Ice Hockey Skates - Senior

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Bauer's new line of Vapor Skates is better than ever, from the APX2 down to the X30 Skates. The X80 Skates are near the top of the line, just beneath the top of the line APX2 Skates, X100 Skates and X90 Skates. Built for quickness and agility, the X80 Skates deliver the goods.

Starting with the boot quarters, the X80 Skates have a lightweight tech mesh quarter package which is supportive and thermoformable for a custom fit. The abrasion-resistant bumpers add great durability to the outer shell of the boot to keep them in top form. The 3-piece tongue is anatomically shaped and has an integrated metatarsal guard for lace-bite protection and defense against impacts. Tongue comfort is one of the keys to a great fit, and you'll be pleased with the precise construction of the tongues on the Vapor X80 Skates.

Top models from the new Vapor line have also received an upgrade to the holders with the new Tuuk Lightspeed Edge, which has a quick-release trigger mechanism which releases the runner in a snap for quick steel changes on the fly. The holders are riveted to a rigid, supportive composite outsole that is also very lightweight. Adding additional comfort and stability, the footbed has stabilizer grips which enhance the power transfer in each stride and give you full control as you maneuver.

Bauer Vapor X80 Ice Hockey Skates - Senior

Vapor X80 Skate Upper Features

  • Quarter Package - Tech mesh with thermoformed X-rib pattern
  • Lining Material - Quick-dry hydrophobic liner
  • Heel Support - Patented pro-integrated, anatomical heel/ankle support
  • Ankle Padding - Lightweight anaform foam ankle pads
  • Tongue Construction - FORM-FIT 48 oz. 3-piece felt with integrated high density metatarsal guard
  • Footbed - FORM-FIT+ with stabilizer grip
  • Thermoformable - Full upper

Vapor X80 Skate Lower Features

  • Outsole - Fiber composite
  • Runner - TUUK Lightspeed 2 Edge stainless steel runner

Manufacturer Model Number: 1041204

$379.99Regular $499.99
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$379.98Regular $799.99
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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 Vapor X80 Ice Hockey Skates - Senior
5 Stars based on 9 Review(s)
San Jose, California
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

lightweight, comfortable
October 27, 2014
These are the lightest skates I've ever owned, which makes sense because they're the most expensive too. I'm sure the X90's are better yet, but the X80's are a nice in-between with the upgraded runner and partial fiber outsole as compared to the X70's. They don't have a lot of padding inside, especially by the toe, yet they're still really comfortable, I can skate two games in them and my feet feel good. The steel is staying sharp better than my old skates also. Well worth the bump-up from the X70's in my opinion, kind of the sweet spot if you don't want to go all in for the APX2's.

Connor Melville
Valencia, California
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great skates, too pricey however.
January 1, 2016
These skates are great, however not sure if the price is right. Lots of protection, solid skate.

Grand Rapids, MI
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great Skates
November 20, 2015
I haven't been playing hockey very long, learned to skate and play after my kids started. I always bought equipment that was on sale and never thought to much about what nicer equipment might be like. I got these skates on sale and I am blown away by the difference in fit and performance. The support and weight of these skates are a huge step up from my last skates.
comfort, support and light weight

5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Perfect service!
November 19, 2015
Pat is the best! Many thanks for you patience and support!

5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Worth it!
July 14, 2015
After using my old CCM Tack skates for 12+ years, it was time for an upgrade and a lot has changed since my last purchase. The skates are stiff at first, even after an initial bake session but they are starting to ease and form to my feet. I only play once a week in an adult rec league and they are just what I needed.

Albertville Mn
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

giantly impressed
June 14, 2015
All equipment arrived on time, right size, color, exactly as ordered. Completely happy with hockey giant experience...

5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Super fast shipping
May 24, 2015
Great price and I received them very quick.

Phoenix, AZ
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great skate, maybe a tad pricey
July 28, 2014
This skate fits me perfectly! I have a wider foot than the average person and other skates would give sever cramps in my foot, even if the others claimed to be "wide". lightweight, high quality reenforced boot, with Bauers LS2 steel on the bottom has made for the most comfortable skate I have ever worn. In the past i usually bought a $100-$200 pair of skates and wore them into the ground or they inevitably broke. As of right now, these skates are lighter, more comfortable, provides more protection and ankle support than the $100-$200 level skate. I am hoping that it is year 4, 5, 6 that I can fully say this was worth the extra $300. That is the reason I only gave 4 stars, for now they are a much better skate than the $100-$200 level, but for them to be worth the extra $200 from the $200-300 level skate, I am hoping that time will settle that and i am just as happy with them 4 years from now that i am in the first year.

Aaron Cowles
Lexington, KY
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

GREAT pair of skates!!!!!
March 17, 2014
The main reason why I bought these is because you cant find to many 13E skates. I had the x:40's before I got these. They where an okay skate coming from the supreme line. I just skated on the x80's for the first time yesterday. Reffed two hockey games and played one. They fit like a glove!!!! Very responsive and GREAT for quick acceleration. I noticed a huge difference between the x40's and these on turning, speed, and acceleration. These skates are AMAZING!!!!!! I thought the shipping box was empty because it was so light....These are the LIGHTEST skates I have ever skated on. These by far are the best skates I have ever owned and will buy them again!!!! I am a level 3 USA Hockey official, a college hockey official, and adult league hockey player. These skates are great!!!
Light weight Responsive Simply AMAZING
Price, but I wear 13e. Kinda get what you can..

By Pawel from schaumburg, Illinois on March 24, 2015
Dear Sirs,

I'm a bit confused with the sizes the Skates are available. I wear a size of 13 (31.5cm -->12.4inches) and it seamed to me that the size was available at your store.

Would you be so kindly to explain what is the biggest size available?

Yours sincerely
Paul Klosinsky.
By Customer Service on March 24, 2015

The Bauer Vapor X80 skates are manufactured in sizes 13.0, 14.0, and 15.0 but unfortunately we do not have any of them in stock. They have been discontinued now and are being replaced by the new Bauer Vapor X700 skates. Also, Bauer recommends that you go down 1.5 sizes from your shoe size to find your skate size. If you wear a shoe size 13.0, you would be better off going with a size 11.5 skate.

By Mark from Albuquerque, NM on March 5, 2014
How does these compare to Supreme One75s? And how much narrower are Vapors than Supreemes? Huge difference or slight in the width?
By Customer Service on March 6, 2014

Vapor Skates have a tapered "V" fit, which is narrower in the heel and progressively wider toward the toe box. The Supreme Skates are designed with an Anatomical fit, which means that they're very snug and will not provide much negative space or wiggle room. The Supreme skates will feel "tighter" in the mid foot and toe box than the Vapor Skates. Either way you go, most players are able to fit into both the Vapor and Supreme lines of skates. The fit is different, but the actual width is quite similar.

By Dan from Chicago, IL on September 22, 2014
I currently own a pair of the Vapor x5.0 and they have an issue where the carbon plate on the bottom of the boot (to which the tuuk is riveted) is fraying around the edged and coming apart from the boot. I was told that it is a problem with the adhesive used to attach the carbon to the boot and it degenerating in a wet environment. I take my skates out of my bag as well as the foot inserts out of the boot, but it did not help. Has Bauer addressed this design flaw in the new line of Vapors?
By Customer Service on September 23, 2014

It sounds like you unfortunately ended up with a defective skate. As far as we know, this was not a widespread issue with that model. If you come across an issue like that within the first 90 days, Bauer will typically replace the skates outright.

That being said, I wouldn't be concerned about encountering the issue again with the X80 Skates.

By Alex from Hollywood on June 5, 2013
Good morning
My current skate is the Graf 705 in a 9.5 and is a very comfortable fit. I was curious if the Vapor 80 9.5
runs the same size as the Graf.
By Jeremiah at on June 5, 2013

The Graf 705 Skates and Vapor X 80 Skates will provide a similar fit, but the heel of the 705 Skates is wider and the arch is a bit less pronounced than the Vapors. Otherwise, getting used to the fit of the Vapor skates shouldn't be a tough adjustment.

By Shawn from Burbank on August 30, 2013
I have the Bauer Vapor 7.0's right now and I was wondering if the x 80 would be a similar skate? If not which skate would be? I had the 60's and 40's before that.

By Aaron @ on August 30, 2013

The Vapor X100's replaced the Vapor X7.0's. The X80's are on the same level as the X 5.0 skates.

By Mark from NY on January 15, 2014
Trying to decide between the X70 and X80 skate. I play in a beer/rec league, skate 1-2 times per week. Level of hockey is pretty decent. Will the X70 fit the bill? Is it worth the xtra $$ for the X80? I currently use an old pair of Bauer xxv. Thanks!
By Customer Service on January 15, 2014

It's worth the extra cash if you're able to swing it. If you're used to the Vapor XXV Skates, the X80 or X90 skates will be the most comparable current model. The X70 Skates aren't a "bad" choice for you, but I think if you're playing pretty competitive hockey and you skate twice a week, the extra cash for the X80 Skates will be worth it for the extra boot support and longevity. Plus, the outsole is composite rather than TPU, which means it will handle more torque on tight turns. Also, the X80 Skates come with the LS2, higher quality steel than the Super Stainless Steel on the X70, and the X80s have a thicker, more protective tongue and the boot quarters are fully thermoformable, which the X70's are not.

By John from Colorado on March 8, 2015
I have an old pair of CCM 651 Tacks. I play some rec hockey & officiate mostly Bantam & younger games. Need some new skates & wondering what would be easiest to transition into with good protection/comfort
By Customer Service on March 9, 2015

You'll be pleased with almost any current skate model as many improvements have been made across the board since your skates were initially released. I'd look in the range of $200-300. When it comes to fit, the 651 Skates were a bit on the wide side, so if you liked that fit profile, CCM RBZ, Bauer Nexus and Reebok Skates would all be good choices for you. They will offer the most comparable fit in terms of the width of the boot.

By Bret Gash from Utah on March 18, 2014
I am just getting back into playing hockey again after a while off the ice. I was looking into the Vapor X70's. This is a Rec league, just wondering which Skate to get????
By Customer Service on March 20, 2014

The X70 Skates would be a great choice as you're getting back into the game. I don't know how long you've been away from the game, but if it was any substantial amount of time, you'll likely find that hockey skates are much stiffer and more supportive across the board when compared to skates from the last decade. So the X70 Skates will likely be supportive enough for you as you get back into skating.

By Alessandro from Italy on August 7, 2013
Good morning!
I have a pair of 2010 Vapor x:50, I love them but I need to change them. Is it the X80 the best replacement or should I go for the x 90?
Thank you!
By Customer Service on August 7, 2013

The X90's will be a closer match to your older X:50's. While the X80's have a few of the features on the X:50's, the X90's have all of those features and more!

By Malanka from PA on July 2, 2015
Do these run narrow? I have read reviews of various Vapor models, and read that they run narrow. I'm wondering if I should go to an EE boot for this model. Thanks

By Customer Service on July 9, 2015

The Vapor line of skates have a tapered style of fit, so they will run narrow in the heel and taper out to the toe box. If you wear regular width shoes, you won't have an issue going with a regular width in the Vapor's.

By Goat from Ashburn, VA on January 9, 2015
My foot width is borderline between D and E. In terms of balancing comfort and performance is it better to go narrow or wide? Would heat molding the skates be enough to create more room (for 'D') or make them more snug (for 'E')? Thanks.
By Customer Service on January 12, 2015

It's going to be a matter of preference at that point because you'll get different opinions from everyone. But, in terms of performance, it's almost always better to go snug rather than loose. Baking will help bring the boot in just a little if the skates are too wide, but not a substantial amount. I would personally recommend taking a look at Bauer Nexus Skates in D width. They run just a hair wider than Vapor Skates in D width and they provide a very comfortable, traditional fit.

Heat MoldableYes
Quarter PackageTech Mesh
TongueForm-Fit 48 oz. 3-Piece Felt
Ankle Padding/SupportAnaform Foam
FootbedForm-Fit+ w/Grip
OutsoleFiber Composite
HolderTUUK Lightspeed Edge
RunnerTUUK Lightspeed 2 Edge Stainless Steel
Additional Features-
Made In-
WarrantyBoot = 90 Days | Holder/Runner = 1 Year
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