Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Bauer Supreme ONE60 LE 2011 Skate Review

Bauer ONE60 LE 2011 Skate Review

The Bauer Supreme ONE60 LE 2011 skate is essentially the Bauer ONE60 with with blcak on black graphics like the ONE100 LE.

This is a great mid-priced skate with many of the features and much of the performance of Bauer's top-of-the-line skates without the sticker-shock.

These skate offer more than adequate support and performance for recreation to intermediate level of play.

Bauer has used a 3D Trueform PU material in the quarter panel of the one60 skates. This offers a good level of support, with good durability and a clean look. This boot design still offers the great molding properties similar to the rest of the Bauer Supreme line. The Microfiber liner helps control moisture for a better fitting skate.

Here's a quick look at the 2011 ONE60 LE, the technical review on the ONE60 is below.

Bauer ONE60 LE 2011 Features:

  • Quarter Package: 3D Trueform PU upper
  • Liner: 
    • Microfiber
  • Heel Support: 
    • Exterior embossed heel cup
  • Ankle Padding: 
    • Lightweight Anaform Fit foam ankle pads
  • Tongue Construction: 40 oz. 2-piece felt with metatarsal guard
    • Traditional feel that offers additional lace bite protection
  • Footbed: 
    • Molded with integrated heel support
  • Outsole: Lightweight, Pro-8 dual density beveled TPU
  • Blade Holder and Runner:
    • Tuuk Lightspeed 2 
    • Tuuk super stainless steel runner
  • Level of Player: Ideal for the recreational to intermediate level player
  • Weight of a Size 9D Skate: 863 grams
  • Sizing Guidelines: Bauer skates generally fit 1 1/2 sizes down from your regular shoe size
  • Fit: General fit aspects of the Supreme boot are medium-high volume, medium ankle area, medium across top of foot and forefoot and medium toe box.
  • Sizes: Senior 6-12 in D or EE widths

Bauer ONE60 Skate Review

1 comment:

  1. My son wore this skate for the 2011-2012 season. It was the worst skate ever! Very cheap in durability, hard to break in, never broke in well despite skating 5x or more a week. Painful at times. He has grown out of them and we really need to get the skate right this year.