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Supreme One.6 Ice Skate

The Bauer Supreme One.6 Ice Skates begin where the Supreme One60s left off. Great for beginner to intermediate level of players, these skates are high quality and at a great price. The 3D Trueform Tech Nylon quarter package makes the One.6 very sturdy on the outside, while heat-moldable Anaform Fit Ankle Pads ensure your feet remain properly positioned and comfortable on the inside. Youll also appreciate a hydrophobic microfiber liner that wicks moisture and keeps germs at bay. A two-piece, white-felt tongue with a metatarsal guard is great for puck-impact protection.The Supreme One.6 continues to surprise with a lightweight package connecting you to the ice. A beveled TPU outsole transfers power while the battle-tested TUUK Lightspeed 2 blade holders are optimized for the tightest turns. With the Supreme One.6 youll find design and technology geared towards a performance skate. This is a great performing mid-level skate that offers one of the best values around.
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Questions & Answers for Bauer Supreme One.6 Ice Skate

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Whats the difference between D and EE widths?
asked 2 years, 5 months ago
by
Anonymous
on Supreme One.6 Ice Skate
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answer 1
D is going to be the standard width. EE, or E in some brands, is considered the wide width, which is about 2/10" wider.
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answered 2 years, 5 months ago
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JimS
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What is the difference between senior skates and youth skates ? My size is 8 and both available in senior category and youth category.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 19-29
Frequency: 1 time per week
asked 2 years, 1 month ago
by
Anonymous
on Supreme One.6 Ice Skate
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answer 1
When purchasing skates you will need to understand how the sizing works and what category you fit in. Youth skates are for small children up to age 4. Junior skates are for players up to age 12, depending on their size. Senior skates are for players with shoe sizes starting at a US men's 6. Their should be a sizing chart on each of the product pages that will assist you in finding the proper size. Normally skate will run 1-1.5 sizes smaller than your US men's shoe size.
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