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11-27-2008, 12:33 PM
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I can't determine how long I have had my current pair of skates. They are a pair of Baur Supreme 6000. Googling info doesn't seem to be helping me at all. Trying to determine when these were being produced. I absolutely love them, but they are showing so wear. I am not sure what level of skate they even are, but they have been one of the best pair I have owned. Thanks for the help.

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11-27-2008, 12:49 PM
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If I remember correctly they were top of the line, were available before the release of the Vapor line.

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I can't determine how long I have had my current pair of skates. They are a pair of Baur Supreme 6000. Googling info doesn't seem to be helping me at all. Trying to determine when these were being produced. I absolutely love them, but they are showing so wear. I am not sure what level of skate they even are, but they have been one of the best pair I have owned. Thanks for the help.
Those were pretty high-end models. I remember purchasing a pair of Bauer Supreme 3000s around the same that the 6000 series was around. I think those skates were made somewhere in the 2000-2002 timeframe.

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Thanks for the help guys. I am guessing they are about 5 years old now

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Thanks for the help guys. I am guessing they are about 5 years old now
I have you beat! Have my Bauer 4000 now for 15 years. Best skates ever. But here's a thought, why not just have a new set of blades put on and keep the same boot! It cheaper then buying new skates and the boot's already broken in.

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11-28-2008, 12:29 PM
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I have you beat! Have my Bauer 4000 now for 15 years. Best skates ever. But here's a thought, why not just have a new set of blades put and and keep the same boot! It cheaper then buying new skates and the boot's already broken in.

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Haha, I have my Bauer 3000's still! about 8 years old. Already replaced the blades 4 times and am running out of places to rivet my TUUK back to the boot.

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