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Bauer XR1 Outdoor Inline Hockey Wheels - 4 Pack

Bauer XR1 Outdoor Inline Hockey Wheels - 4 Pack

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Bauer XR1 Outdoor Inline Hockey Wheels - 4 Pack

  • Color: Red
  • Durometer: 82A
  • Usage: Outdoor/Street/Cement

Inline Wheels - 4 Pack
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Bauer XR1 Outdoor Inline Hockey Wheels - 4 Pack
2 Stars based on 3 Review(s)
3 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Get what you pay for..
June 13, 2014
Decent wheels. considering they are for outdoor i'd say they do the job. skated a few times on them on tennis courts and haven't had too much degrading on the wheels yet. Like I said, you get what you pay for. Pretty good buy for these wheels.

plantation, FL
1 Stars

wouldnt recommend
March 27, 2014
if youre a regular skater, dont use these, they will only last you about 1-2 weeks if youre lucky. had one of the front wheels break on me while i was on a break away and fell on my elbow during a game of pick up hockey.
cheap make for a nice back up wheel
break, crack and wear very easily and very fast

2 Stars

Don't buy!
February 14, 2014
In my experience with hockey wheels, you generally get what you pay for. These wheels are nice and cheap but they wear done too easily for me and I am only 160lbs. I would recommend the Labeda asphalts for my fellow outdoor players.

By tom from webster, ny on April 23, 2013
what type of bearing fits this wheel?
By Jeremiah at on April 24, 2013

Standard 608 Bearings

By Brian from Levittown, PA on October 1, 2013
Can I use these with Bauer XR3 skates? These wheels are cheaper than the Bauer XR3 wheels.
By Aaron at on October 1, 2013

The Bauer XR1 Wheels will work perfectly fine on the Bauer XR3 Skates. You can use the existing bearings and spacers or purchase new Inline Hockey Bearings & Spacers.

By Noreen from Odessa, FL on January 20, 2015
I need 82R 76mm...can I use these instead?
By Customer Service on January 21, 2015

We don't recommend deviating from the wheel sizes that are intended to be used with your chassis. Here's a link to the 76mm / 82A wheels and 76mm / 84A wheels we have in stock.

By Luke from New York, New York on April 29, 2013
Is there Hi-lo Bauer wheels? Preferably red?

By Jeremiah at on April 30, 2013


Bauer owns Mission, and Mission makes the Hi-Lo wheels. So in a roundabout way, there are Bauer Hi-Lo Wheels. Here are the options you have for Mission Hi-Lo Wheels:

By Donald mann from erie, pa on October 3, 2014
Can I use these wheels with the bauer vapors?
By Customer Service on October 8, 2014

You can actually use any wheels you want, as long as they're have a Standard 608 Hub. Unless it says "Micro" or "688" in the name of the wheel, then you're good to go. Just make sure you match up the actual wheel sizes. Since you have vapor skates, as long as they're from the last 4 years, they'll have the Hi-Lo setup, which means you'll likely need 76mm and 80mm wheels.

By Pat from Kane on March 14, 2015
By Customer Service on March 16, 2015

These wheels will be a standard 608 size hub.

By Jim Loniero from Hilton Head Island, S.C. on January 20, 2014
I know that 68mm is the diameter of the wheel, what does 82a stand for?
By Customer Service on January 21, 2014

82A is the durometer (hardness) of the wheel, and it tells you what type of surface is appropriate for the wheel to be used on. 82A is the second hardest durometer and is specifically for outdoor use on concrete and blacktop. 84A wheels are the hardest wheels and are used for blacktop and asphalt surfaces. At the other end of the durometer spectrum you have indoor wheels, starting with 72A (XX-Soft) for indoor sport court surfaces, followed by 74A (X-Soft) & 76A (Soft) which are also for sport court, and 78A (Multi-Surface Indoor/Outdoor) and 80A. This article will shed more light on the subject of wheel durometers

By Jacki from yarmouth, ma on October 9, 2014
We currently have the youth Bauer Vapor inline skates… the wheels are 82A 59mm… will these wheels work> What bearings should I purchase?
By Customer Service on October 13, 2014

It looks like we only have these wheels available in 72mm and 76mm, so unfortunately they'll be too large for your skates. This link will show you all of the 82A 59mm Wheels we have available.