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Mission BSX Senior Inline Hockey Skates - 2010

Mission BSX Senior Inline Hockey Skates - 2010

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Mission BSX Senior Inline Hockey Skates - 2010

  • Quarter Package: Textured PU
  • Liner: Brushed Nylon
  • Tongue: Felt tongue
  • Outsole: Injected TPR outsole
  • Chassis: 6000 Series Aluminum Violator HI-LO 76/80
  • Wheel: MISSION BSX outdoor 82A
  • Bearing: MISSION ABEC 5 608
  • Width: E
Mission Senior Hockey Skate Sizing Chart
Mission Skate Size 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 10.0 11.0 12.0 13.0 14.0
Shoe Size (US) 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 - 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 / Mission Wheels Sizes by Skate Size

Bauer / Mission Wheels Sizes by Skate Size
Youth   10 - 13 59mm | 59mm | 68mm 3 wheel chassis
Junior   1 - 2.5 59mm | 59mm | 68mm | 68mm 4 wheel chassis
Junior   3 - 5.5 68mm | 68mm | 72mm | 72mm 4 wheel chassis
Senior   6 - 12 76mm | 76mm | 80mm | 80mm 4 wheel chassis
Mission BSX Senior Inline Hockey Skates - 2010
3.5 Stars based on 2 Review(s)
2 Stars

ok skate
February 23, 2011
ive had them for about a year (2-3 times a week) and they have decent performance but i would not get them i would go for somethin 50 to 70 dollars more and if u do buy them get new wheels right away for indoor play boot is strong and durable but heavy hard to break in tho

5 Stars

I own them
February 14, 2011
They fit great and they move great.

By jaysem Vazquez from Delaware Felton on December 7, 2013
Are the mission good for skating in the skating rink

By Customer Service on December 9, 2013

The BSX Skates come with outdoor wheels, so you will not want to use them on a smooth indoor surface like sportcourt or at an indoor recreational roller skating rink. They're best suited for street use. You can of course purchase a separate set of wheels with the proper durometer rating for indoor use.

By dave from earth on May 22, 2013
I wear a 12 E New Balance shoe size.. So I should buy ____ size Mission BSX Inline Hockey Skates - 2010?
By Jeremiah at on May 22, 2013

The BSX Skates were only made in E width, but they are slightly narrower than most other E width skates that you'll find. Relatively speaking, the BSX E width skates are just slightly wider than standard D width skates. Since you have wide feet, you'd be better of with a pair of wider skates than these. Your best bet would be something like the Reebok 9K Skates in 10.5 EE. Unfortunately, most manufacturers don't make many of their lower level skates in EE width, so it's tough to find many wide boots below $300.

By Aaron from Glassboro, NJ on November 1, 2013
I have not played roller since i was 16 ( 12 years ago). I owned a pair of missions than and i want to own the bsx, if they are the right fit for me. Considering i have not skated in so long , i figure myself back at the beginner stage. would these skates be the right choice for me being a beginner and the right choice for outdoor hockey?
By Customer Service on November 5, 2013

Yes, with 82A wheels they will work well for outdoor hockey. The boot is not particularly stiff, so if you're on the heavier side, you may want to go with a model up to get additional support. If you're around 185 or less, you should be completely fine.

By Reese from Memphis, Tennessee on August 30, 2013
What size wheels do these have?
By Jeremiah at on August 30, 2013

Hi-Lo: 80-80-76-76

By Jason from Grand Forks, North Dakota on January 10, 2014
what size shoe would the 6e skate equate to? I have a teenager that currenlty wears a size 8 running shoe.
By Customer Service on January 10, 2014

6E would be the equivalent of a 7.5 U.S. Men's Shoe.

By Tedd from Bridgewater, NJ on December 14, 2013
I primarily ice skate for exercise and want to add inline outdoor skates as another activity. These would seem to be a good entry level skate to see if I want to continue with this. The only inline skates I ever tried before were old Rollerblades with brake blocks. These have no brakes. Will my normal stopping skills used with the ice skates transfer over or should I look for another type skate with brakes?
By Customer Service on December 16, 2013

Yes, to a degree you'll be able to stop with roller blades the same way you stop with ice hockey skates. But, I would caution that you're extra careful when skating on steeply inclined streets or sidewalks because it is certainly much more difficult to stop without brakes. If you'll be skating on primarily flat surfaces, it shouldn't be a problem.

By rodney from burlington, nj on June 12, 2013
My feet measures 11" Long x 4.25" Wide I can wear size 11.5D shoe (snug fit) but my feet are most comfortable in size 12D shoes :-) This would be my first pair of hockey skates? What size do you recommend in this skate or another skate?

By Jeremiah at on June 13, 2013

10.5 would be ideal, but 11.0 in the BSX Skates would give you a roomy fit which would allow you to wear thicker, more comfortable socks as you get used to skating and your feet develop calluses. My only concern is that you may have too much extra room with size 11.0 skates, based on the way you described the fit of your shoes. I'd recommend trying to find size 10.5 skates. Click on this link and it will take you to a search results page with several skate models in the $100-200 range in size 10.5. Not all of the skates on the page are offered in that size, but most.

By Bobby from Florida on May 6, 2013
i currently wear a size 13 e. does mission not make that size anymore ?
By Jeremiah at on May 6, 2013

Mission has switched over to Bauer Sizing. Depending on how old your skates are (pre-2010?), you may be on the old Mission sizing, which is true to US shoe size. If that's the case, 11.5 D will give you the most comparable fit in new Mission skates.

By Eric Brown from Ripon , CA on February 18, 2014
i have a US shoe size of 13 wide is their an equivalent for a hockey skate?
By Customer Service on February 20, 2014

12.0 E would be the best choice for you.

By Kyle from Los Angeles, California on June 20, 2013
Hi, I have the old Mission Helium 5500 Inline skates in a size 7D and they are a little too small and are starting to hurt my feet pretty bad. With the size change for the BSX skates, what size in these skates do you think will be good for me?
By Jeremiah at on June 21, 2013

The BSX Skates in 6.0 E would probably work well for you. Mission recommends going 1 to 1.5 sizes down from your U.S. shoe size.