Engineered to provide explosive power, the Supreme line of skates features Bauer's industry leading innovations and packs them into the Supreme S180 skate.
The S180 features a generous anatomical fit the Supreme name has become famous for. You’ll find a slightly wider forefoot with zero negative space throughout the heel and ankle which will result in a comfortable skate with great energy transfer. Inside of the boot, the lightweight memory foam ankle padding is contoured to the natural shape of your foot. To further the level of comfort, the 3-D lasted Curv® composite quarter package has amazing heat molding properties which provide a great 360 degree fit.
The S180 features the Form Fit tongue which is a 3-piece felt tongue with a high-density metatarsal guard to provide excellent comfort and protection. You’ll also find a flexible tendon guard which moves with the player to allow maximum range of motion; this will provide a spring board effect to provide explosive strides every time.
The Tuuk Lightspeed Edge Holder also makes its return in the Supreme line, allowing players to switch their lightweight LS2 runners on the fly. Bauer used their Hydra Max mesh liner which is lightweight, comfortable, and quick drying to keep your skates fresh, and help to prolong the life of the boot. If you’re a power skater looking for the total package, look no further than the Supreme S180 skate from Bauer.
|Player Profile||Designed for the skater that is looking for the most explosive power and efficiency from every stride|
|Fit Profile||Anatomical fit - natural, close fit around entire foot|
|Quarter Package||3-D lasted Curv composite|
|Heel Support||Anatomically designed heel counter|
|Ankle Padding||Lightweight memory foam ankle pads|
|Tendon Guard||C-Flex technology with custom stiffness inserts|
|Lining Material||HydraMax mesh liner|
|Tongue||Form Fit 48/30 oz 3-piece felt with high density metatarsal guard|
|Footbed||Form Fit+ with stabilizer grip and moisture management|
|Outsole||Pro TPU with sublimated graphic|
|Blade Holder||TUUK Lightspeed Edge|
|Runner||TUUK LS2 stainless steel|
Skate Weights are determined using a size 8.0 regular width senior skate, a size 3.0 regular width junior skate, or a 11.0 regular width youth skate.
Bauer Senior Hockey Skate Sizing Chart
|Skate Size||US Men's Shoe Size||EUR Shoe Size||UK Men's Shoe Size|
|Actual Shoe Size as determined by a Branock Shoe Sizing Device.|
Please Note: Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.
Pros: Comfortable, Lightweight, Versatile, Fast, Durable, Great Fit
Just to be clear these skates are awesome for my feet! 9.5 EE the are wide in front and placement of my heel is superb. I referee 500+ games a season and these skates keep me comfortable and are very reliable
Steel is good and durable. The tongue on the boot has been upgraded from the 15’ model and is much stiffer and of better quality to prevent skate bite. I baked my 2x to get the ultra comfortable fit on MY feet Good luck
Pros: Lightweight, Durable
Cons: Poor Craftsmanship, Uncomfortable
Overall these are pretty good skates. They're durable and lightweight. It took about 2 solid months to break them in, playing 2-3 times a week. The interior material isn't the best which resulted in blisters on the insides of both of my feet for a while. The inserts were too big and I had to cut those down some to make a better fit for my foot. The tilt of the boot takes some getting used to (tilts you forward). But, after those first two months of pain I'm happy with how they feel and perform now.
Cons: Poor Craftsmanship, Poor Durability
Extremely disappointing product.
I have worn ONE80's for years. and absolutely loved them. The "S" version is a cheap derivative aiming for a price point over quality.
Materials range from satisfactory to poor.
The lining is glued to the inside of the boot and frays quickly along the lace line.
The tongue offers no protection and hinders fit.
The heel of the skate is adaquate, but the front is poorly constructed, does not wrap the foot properly and difficult to get tight, even after multiple trips to the oven.
I play in a men's league, twice a week, at around 200 lbs. The skate was a mess after one season, lost its stiffness immediately and looked ten years old.
Pros: Comfortable, Lightweight, Versatile, Fast, Durable
These fit and feel amazing! I bought these after buying the Nexus 1N and while I don't regret those, I should have tried these first and saved a few bucks! Ha.
Excellent fit and feel but for half the price of the 1N. I. Bought the EE width as I have a medium/high volume foot and they are perfect. I'd do the same if you have a tall foot as the lace pad is a bit annoying. After baking and a few skates it goes away.
If you have a few extra bucks yeah, get the 1N or the 1S.....but really, save your $ and get these....especially at this price as I can't really tell a major difference for the extra $500. Elite level at less than $400 is a no brainer!
Nice work Bauer!!
Pros: Comfortable, Lightweight, Durable
I got this skate almost a year ago. These skates have held up quite well to 3-4 games a week. There is some wear around the top inside of the boot near the upper eyelet from shin pads rubbing. Boot still seems strong enough and has lots of life left. There is no rust around the rivets (hang your skates when done!).
I have had to replace the blades from multiple sharpenings. Still could be harder steel. You can't go wrong with these skates!
Pros: Comfortable, Lightweight
Cons: Poor Craftsmanship, Poor Durability
I have had these skates for almost 1 year now. They just don't hold up. Top edges are already separating and wearing through the liner. Eyelets are busting off creating sharp edges that cut through my laces. Had to use hockey tape to repair that crap so i can still use them. Speaking of the liner, it's so worn in that my ankle bones feel like they are hitting the quarter any time i stride or cut a sharp angle turn.
If you play like once a month, this is probably worth it. If you play 1-2 times a week, you had better step up to the 1S, because there isn't much difference between this and the s190 if any at all.
I really like these skates. I have a wide foot at the toes and am a big guy (6'3, 290). Only other skates that fit me as well were my old Reebok 28k's and Easton S17. All of the skates fit the same length. The Bauer's were just a hair narrower than the other two, but I still have plenty of room. I tried the Nexus line and those felt like boxes on my feet.
I baked these once and skated on them 2 days later. The break-in period was about 5 skates. Now they feel perfect and I have absolutely no pain.
There is a good amount of stiffness in the boots here. My S17's were stiffer, but these are close. I have about 25 rec games in them now and there is no sign of any premature breakdown of the boot, tongue or holders. I may eventually swap out for the LS4 blades since I have to sharpen the LS3 blades quite a bit and the LS4 is supposed to be better steel. Wonderful boot though. If I see them on clearance, I will be buying them up.
The Skate Boot is covered against defects in manufacturing and workmanship for a period of 90 days from the date of purchase.
The Holder is covered against defects in manufacturing and workmanship for a period of 365 days from the date of purchase.
The Runner is covered against defects in manufacturing and workmanship for a period of 90 days from the date of purchase.