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09-29-2007, 06:02 PM
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Nike Bauer Supreme 25

i just bought these skates...i used to have a pair of crappy noname skates..

anyway, does anybody have these, and if so, tell me how you feel about them...

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Think the 25s are a SMU so they're kinda unique. Pretty much take the Supreme 10 and add on a few of the Supreme 30 features on them. But they might or might not be a step up from your no-name skates as these are still generally an entry level skate so they are not going to be as stiff and probably won't last as long as compared to something else higher up.

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Think the 25s are a SMU so they're kinda unique. Pretty much take the Supreme 10 and add on a few of the Supreme 30 features on them. But they might or might not be a step up from your no-name skates as these are still generally an entry level skate so they are not going to be as stiff and probably won't last as long as compared to something else higher up.
so you're saying theyre not very good skates?

anyway, im pretty much a beginner

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Just my opinion...they might suit your needs just fine. But if you skate maybe two-three times a week you might want to look for something else. I'm an adult leaguer but I go for higher end skates as I do skate at least a couple times a week and prefer to have something a bit stiffer and more durable. But usually the saying goes, get as much skate as you can for your budget, so if that fits the bill and isn't killing your feet, then it's the correct choice.

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Just use them till they wear out, by then you should be pretty solid on ice skates and you will know what you're looking for in a new pair. As long as they are comfortable on the ice, that's really all that matters.

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Im also an adul league player and skate 3 times a week and the nike/bauer supreme 30 for $150 and its the best skate ive ever had only foot pain was when i would break them in but in a month it was all gone and on the ice it feels like im wearing the best fitting sneaker.

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well would you guys say that my skates are above average?

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and why cant i find my skates anywhere on the net?

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well would you guys say that my skates are above average?
well I don't know what kind of answer you are looking for. I don't want to say that your skates are below average, but on the price scale there are much more high end skates than 25's.

Basically you got a pair of affordable skates that seem to work well for you, I'd leave it at that.

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and why cant i find my skates anywhere on the net?
I guess I shoulda explained my SMU comment. Forget the exact definiton..but it's essentially a special run product for a company. So wherever you bought it from was a part of a group that ordered a special run of the skates and rebadged them Supreme 25....and as I was saying, some features of the Supreme 10 and some of the 30.

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I guess I shoulda explained my SMU comment. Forget the exact definiton..but it's essentially a special run product for a company. So wherever you bought it from was a part of a group that ordered a special run of the skates and rebadged them Supreme 25....and as I was saying, some features of the Supreme 10 and some of the 30.
o ok thx a lot !

i appreciate your feedback very much

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Alright guys.
So I had my first game with my new skates, and they caused some serious pain for me. I tried loosening them, but that didnt really work,,

Should I get them adjusted to my feet or just use them a couple of times?

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Where exactly were they hurting? Some spots can be improved by heating/stretching, but if it's something like the width being wrong for you, there's not much you can do about it.

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Where exactly were they hurting? Some spots can be improved by heating/stretching, but if it's something like the width being wrong for you, there's not much you can do about it.
well they hurt on the side of my foot....

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Might not have been fitted properly...Supremes are generally wide to start with, but you might need an EE width.

Baking and stretching might work, BUT idk if the 25s are in the catagory where you can bake and mold without damaging them.

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Might not have been fitted properly...Supremes are generally wide to start with, but you might need an EE width.

Baking and stretching might work, BUT idk if the 25s are in the catagory where you can bake and mold without damaging them.
o ok...thx !

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