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Mission Axiom G7 Senior Inline Hockey Goalie Skates

Mission Axiom G7 Senior Inline Hockey Goalie Skates

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Mission Axiom G7 Senior Inline Hockey Goalie Skates

  • Quarters: Nylon tech mesh
  • Liner: Sublimated "Mission Haze" brushed nylon with ankle pockets
  • Tongue: Felt tongue
  • Outsole: Injected TPR molded black cowling
  • Chassis: 6000 Series CNC Aluminum Frontland 4 wheel chassis
  • Wheel: RINK RAT 59mm Crossbar goalie wheel XXXX Grip 76A
  • Bearing: MISSION ABEC 5 608
  • Width: D, EE
Mission Senior Hockey Skate Sizing Chart
Mission 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 / Mission Wheels Sizes by Skate Size

Bauer / Mission Wheels Sizes by Skate Size
SKATE SIZE WHEEL SIZE # WHEELS ON CHASSIS
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 Axiom G7 Senior Inline Hockey Goalie Skates
$149.98
4 Stars based on 5 Review(s)
Chuck
NYC
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Suprisingly great
December 5, 2013
I got these 2 days after ordering them. I put them on but they did not feel good to me at all. It felt too tight around the ball of my foot. I was thinking that I should have gotten the EE width. I then shrugged off the bad feeling and put them on and had a friend shoot at me. After about 10 minutes the skates felt like they were a part of me. No pain. No discomfort at all. Since Mission was bought out by Bauer, the sizing has become the Canadian type. In other words, at least 1 1/2 sizes smaller than the American shoes you wear. These skates were made to the Canadian standard.
Pros:
Great support around the ankle. The break in period isn't a killer. Padding on the tongue to help prevent lace bite. They look nice.
Cons:
They only have 4 wheels. Some people are bothered by this. Also the wheels that came with the skates are labeled INDOOR. We'll see how long they last. Reading other reviews, looks like I have to look for new wheels real soon.

Goalie20
Alameda, Ca
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Tie with the Tour Redline 5000 Goalie Skates for best goalie skates (inline or ice) ever made
June 10, 2013
As I said in my last review, I am a purely inline hockey based goalie. I have been playing inline hockey for ten years and ice for two years; both as a goalie. I didn't get my first pair of goalie skates until I was ten, the same age I was when I started playing organized hockey. I started skating at age four on inline and playing hockey at seven, but from ages seven-ten, there were no leagues or teams to play on, so I just played in my front yard as a goalie and going to every hockey camp, skating clinic, having private goalie lessons, and learn to play hockey clinic that they had at the Bladium, where I played youth hockey until they shut down the youth program, and four seasons of adult leagues until 2 of my teams folded and one, after 2 seasons, got their regular goalie back. At these clinics, they had them 8-10 times per week, and I would show up to every one of them, until they were shut down when I turned 13, and up until this point, I would be on skates 10-15 times per week . After I started playing in-house roller hockey at age 10, I got my first pair of goalie skates, as until now, there were no pairs that fit me. My first pair of goalie skates were the Tour Redline 5000s, which lasted me 6 years until this February, when I finally outgrew them. Now, I play as a practice goalie for the East Bay Jawz in the American Inline Hockey League and roller hockey adult leagues 2 days a week as a starter for 7 teams and as a back-up for 5 others, so I am playing goalie in 5+ games of adult leagues for inline hockey per week at Dry Ice Roller Hockey Arena in Oakland, Ca. I first got these goalie skates earlier this year, actually, in February, and they have worked out great for me. Both before and after I baked them to my feet, they fit like a glove, and after my first game in them, they were already broken in. I all along thought that since my old goalie skates had 5 wheels, and because of the fact that these are frontloader chassis, that they would be tough to adjust to. Instead, it was not an adjustment at all. I feel no difference skating or mobility wise between these skates and my old ones except for these fitting my growing feet better and being lighterweight due to having one less wheel. Overall, if you want to play goalie on inline, either get these skates: Tour Redline 5000 or Mission Axiom G7s, because no goalie skate; inline or ice; can compare to the way that these are built, how they feel, and the way that they break in and how light these skates (both Tour and Mission) are.
Pros:
Everything. I can move smoother and more comfortably across, up, down, left, right, and everywhere in and outside of the crease now that I am wearing a pair of skates that I outgrew. I can still do the T-Glide, stand-up shuffle, skate, stop, accelerate, and recover from the butterfly the same as I could with my old skates, but when I do so, I feel and look more comfortable with my skates because of how high quality, lightweight, and comfortably fitting these skates are. I am able to do everything better and easier with these skates, whether it's skating, starting, accelerating, stopping, T-Gliding, shuffling on my feet or my knees, recovering from the butterfly, tying my skates, loosening them if/when necessary, and even changing my wheels out. Overall, if you want to play goalie on inline, either get these skates: Tour Redline 5000 or Mission Axiom G7s, because no goalie skate; inline or ice; can compare to the way that these are built, how they feel, and the way that they break in and how light these skates (both Tour and Mission) are. until I was ten, the same age I was when I started playing organized hockey. I started skating at age four on inline and playing hockey at seven, but from ages seven-ten, there were no leagues or teams to play on, so I just played in my front yard as a goalie and going to every hockey camp, skating clinic, having private goalie lessons, and learn to play hockey clinic that they had at the Bladium, where I played youth hockey until they shut down the youth program, and four seasons of adult leagues until 2 of my teams folded and one, after 2 seasons, got their regular goalie back. At these clinics, they had them 8-10 times per week, and I would show up to every one of them, until they were shut down when I turned 13, and up until this point, I would be on skates 10-15 times per week . After I started playing in-house roller hockey at age 10, I got my first pair of goalie skates, as until now, there were no pairs that fit me. My first pair of goalie skates were the Tour Redline 5000s, which lasted me 6 years until this February, when I finally outgrew them. Now, I play as a practice goalie for the East Bay Jawz in the American Inline Hockey League and roller hockey adult leagues 2 days a week as a starter for 7 teams and as a back-up for 5 others, so I am playing goalie in 5+ games of adult leagues for inline hockey per week at Dry Ice Roller Hockey Arena in Oakland, Ca.
Cons:
NONE.

Godzilla
5 Stars

Absolutely Amazing
September 19, 2012
Before I got these skates, I used to play with regular player skates. As soon as i transferred over to these and got used to the lower chassis, my game improved exponentially. My drops were quicker, my side to side was faster, everything was overall faster. Make sure you stock up on wheels though cuz the stock Rink Rats do blow out within about 3-6 months.

D-Rock
4 Stars

Love em
March 5, 2012
Been playing goalie with hi lo skates for 16 years and just switched over to these new mission goalie skates. Definitely improved my game with quicker side to side & up and down movements .boots a lil stiff still need to break it in. Very comfortable inside. mine have the upgraded super feet insoles. Love em ! I tried going back to my old mission skates and there was no comparison.

Leafer
2 Stars

Not great quality
August 4, 2011
These skates are not great quality. Mission got away from the Bauer quality and really missed the boat on goalie skates for inline. They don't move well, are not comfortable and break down quick. Last pair of missions for me