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Upper Features: * Quarter Package - 3D Anaformable tech mesh upper * Lining Material - Hydrophobic Tru-Suede synthetic leather * Heel Support - Exterior 3D injected heel cup * Ankle Padding - Lightweight Anaform Fit foam ankle pads * Tongue Construction - Anatomical, 48 oz. 2-piece felt with high-density metatarsal guard * Footbed - Superfit with Stabilizer Grip * Thermoformable - Full upperLower Features: * Outsole - Full composite * Blade Holder and Runner - TUUK Lightspeed 2 with LS 2.1 Power stainless steel runner
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Questions & Answers for Bauer Supreme One80 Ice Skate

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The skates that are heat moldable. How do you go about doing that? Is it something that is done at home, or at a total hockey location?
asked 3 years, 6 months ago
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The Total Hockey store locations have skate ovens and can do it on site for you. Other hockey pro shops may have skate ovens as well. If you do not have access to a local shop, you can do it your self too. Heat your oven to 175 degrees, once it reaches that temp then you turn the oven off and put one skate in on a baking sheet for 6-8 minutes. Take the skate out and lace it up carefully so it is game tight. Keep the skate on (do not walk around) for 15 minutes. Remove the skate and then lace the skate back up and let it sit for 24 hours. Repeat this process with the other skate
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How do I order, by skate size, or my son's street shoe size? I know they are different.
asked 3 years, 1 month ago
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answer 1
The correct method would be a size to a size and a half smaller than the shoe size.
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