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Anyone have any experience with the Bauer One05 ice hockey skate?

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03-08-2009, 04:07 AM
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Anyone have any experience with the Bauer One05 ice hockey skate?

I was curious to see if anyone had experienced the use of them.

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You mean One95?

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You mean One95?
I don't think he does.


The One05 is bauer's low end, low quality boot. It's not really something I would recommend for any sort of hockey. Heavy, no protection to speak of. It's targeted towards recreational skaters.

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I play hockey once a week and use one. I stink though so my opinion probably isnt the best but they seem to work fine for me. When I can afford better skates I will most probably get some. But for now they are fine.

What else can I say, they're just basic skates. Ive gotten hit with a puck in the foot once and it didnt hurt too bad. But it was a pretty weak shot.

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I don't think he does.


The One05 is bauer's low end, low quality boot. It's not really something I would recommend for any sort of hockey. Heavy, no protection to speak of. It's targeted towards recreational skaters.
I wanted to know if they are considered heavy because I tire out pretty easy.

What would you recommend? I play every Sunday morning in a pick up game.

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I wanted to know if they are considered heavy because I tire out pretty easy.

What would you recommend? I play every Sunday morning in a pick up game.
The lighter skates are always going to be the mid to high-end ones. The One05 is the cheapest skate in the Supreme series.

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