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Bauer Elite Goal Skate

New for 2012, the Bauer Elite Goal Skate takes the place of the Supreme One80 goal skate from 2010 but features several upgrades. Like the Supreme One80, the Elite Goal Skate has an anaformable tech mesh outer construction that is both durable and light weight. However, the Elite also features ribs on the boot for better boot structure and flex integrity, and these upgrades have made the boot as stiff as the top of the line model for 2010 - the Supreme One100. Additional padding in the ankle area and comfort foam under the footbed allows make for a very comfortable fit. Upgrades to the ankle collar make it more stiff and more durable, allowing it to maintain it's supportive properties over time. A pro felt tongue with additional padding on the outside helps prevent lace bite.The cowling features a 4mm Tuuk Super Stainless Steel runner as well as the popular VERTEXX cutout. Because of the VERTEXX cutout and the taller support position, goalies can realize a 28% increased attack angle when compared to a standard goal cowling. This means that goalies can take a deeper stance, and keep the blade on the ice longer when pushing laterally, before the cowling bottoms out on the ice. The runner on the Vertexx cowling can be easily replaced by simply loosening the screw at the toe of the blade.
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Bauer Elites or Supreme One100s?
I am looking at purchasing new skates but I am unsure on which to purchase. What are the major Pros and Cons of these skates and which one do you prefer?
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 1 year, 8 months ago
by
Thomas
 - Bel Air, Maryland
on Elite Goal Skate
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answer 1
i tried on both and personally i liked the elites a lot better than the one100's because they fit my feet better and were not as expensive as the one100's. But i also have wider feet and the elites fit my foot and were not as narrow as the one100's
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: More than 5 times per week
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answered 3 months, 3 weeks ago
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Heipfam
 - illinois
answer 2
Both are a great choice. The Pro is a bit lighter in weight due to the Alive composite shell and 3mm Tuuk runner while the Elite has a tech mesh outer construction and 4mm runner. The cowlings are essentially the same, so the biggest difference is the boot construction and thickness of the blade.
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