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2010 Bauer Supreme TotalOne Ice Hockey Skates

December 24th, 2009 Cory Leave a comment Go to comments

Bauer recently showed us the 2010 Supreme TotalOne ice skate.  And as the name states this skate offers the total package:  A customizable fit and flex with lightweight, performance improving technology.

Bauer Supreme TotalOne Skate

The uppers of the TotalOne skate offer Bauer’s ALIVE composite material.  As seen on the current ONE95 skate, ALIVE uppers are completely thermoformable, allowing the TotalOne to offer a true custom 360-degree fit.  Fitted with the right size, the ALIVE uppers will form ideally around a medium to wide foot providing a custom fit that will reduce negative space in the boot, improving the player’s fit and ultimately performance on the ice.

Bauer Supreme TotalOne Tongue Inserts

The TotalOne will also allow the player to customize the flex of the boot.  Bauer’s new Reflex tongue is a thin, molded foam tongue with a white felt backing that has a pocket on the face to insert a stiffener.  The skate will come with 3 different insert sets, to allow the player to choose the correct stiffener to meet their skating and comfort needs.  The stiffeners are made out of Bauer’s ALIVE material which will allow the tongue to act like a springboard:  As the player flexes forward, the skate responds and lets the player spring back.

The Supreme TotalOne skate will also sport Bauer’s new Tuuk LS Fusion Runner.  The Fusion runner will feature high grade Aluminum on the top section of the runner and Stainless steel on the bottom.    Replacing part of the stainless steel runner with lighter weight Aluminum reduces the overall weight of the runner when compared to anything else on the ice by 27%.  And yes, Bauer will sell the LS Fusion runners separately so players can upgrade their current Bauer skates that have the Tuuk Lightspeed holders.  The LS Fusion will be available in May, but this weight saving technology will come with a lofty MSRP of $199.99/set.

Out of all the hockey companies, Bauer is known for spending the most money in R&D and it really shows in the TotalOne skate.  However, I think my favorite feature of the TotalOne is probably the most low tech, inexpensive piece on the boot.  Bauer has wrapped the top edges of the boot with a soft leather-like material.    This alleviates abrasion high on the ankle during the break-in process of the boot.    A feature once only available on custom pro boots is now part of the TotalOne’s custom fit package.

The Bauer Supreme TotalOne skate is expected to be available in limited quantities April.  You  may pre-order a pair at IceWarehouse.com. The TotalOne will sell for $799.99.

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