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Bauer Supreme One Matrix Senior Skates

Availability: In stock

Reg: $499.99
Sale: $399.99


  • Upgraded LS 2.1 Steel for better contact to the ice
  • Clarino liner for better moistue wicking
  • 52 oz White Felt tongue provides ultimate protection and comfort
Bauer Supreme One Matrix Senior Skates

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  • Bauer Supreme One Matrix Senior Skates
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Reg: $499.99
Sale: $399.99

Bauer Supreme One Matrix Senior Skates

Based off of the Supreme One.7 Skate, the One Matrix comes with upgrades from the One.8 and One.9 skates to provide an exclusive value added buy. The 2-piece anatomical 52 oz. White Felt tongue with HD metatarsal guard is an upgrade from the One.9 and provides support and comfort while reducing binding and lace bite. As well the One Matrix uses a Lightspeed 2.1 Runner for maximum blade contact to the ice for a higher top speed. The added Clarino liner and full composite outsole are taken from the One.8 and provide better moisture wicking and stability. The Matrix also comes with upgraded One.9 eyelets for added durability.

Category Performance
Boot Construction Ultra lightweight TECH MESH
Liner Material Hydrophobic Clarino
Internal & Ankle Padding Lightweight Anaform Foam
Tongue 2-Piece 52 oz. White Felt 2/ HD Foam Metatarsal Guard
Footbed Form-Fit
Outsole Full Composite
Holder Tuuk Lightspeed 2
Runner Tuuk Lightspeed 2.1 Power
Heat Moldable Yes
Made In Thailand
Warranty Skate boot 90 days, holder and steel 365 days

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Player Skate Sizing

Things You Need To Know Before Ordering:

  • Age & Level of Play
  • Last Brand & Model of skate worn as well as size (length & width).
  • Actual Foot Size

    You will need the following items to correctly measure foot size:
  • 2 pieces of Legal sized paper
  • 1 pencil or pen
  • A tape measure
  • 2 video cassettes or books

To determine this, have the person be seated and wearing the same thickness of sock as he or she would wear when skating (we recommend a thin performance/moisture wicking sock). Measure each foot separately by placing the foot on a piece of legal sized paper (11 X 14). Now, while sitting, slide a video cassette up against the back of the heel and the other cassette up against the longest toe. Make a mark on the paper at the heel & toe. Measure the exact distance between the lines and write it down on the paper, labelling it left or right foot. To determine the width, slide the cassettes against the widest part of the forefoot and mark both sides. Measure the distance between these marks and record the measurement on the paper.

Most skate manufacturers size their skates differently than shoe sizing. Skates (with the exception of Mission ) normally fit 1-1/12 sizes smaller than your shoe size. Please remember that every foot has a unique shape and that these are guidelines only.

For on ice performance, the skate is the single most important piece of equipment you wear. When ordering by mail, it's important that you have someone help you with the measuring.

If you are unclear of how to measure, call us - we can help you over the phone: 1-800-567-7790 .

A proper fit for skates…

Start with trying your new skates on with moisture wicking performance sock. A proper fitting sock will reduce slippage and help to provide an optimal fit.

Lace the skate up and spend a few minutes walking around to get your heel placed to the rear of the skate.

Stand with your feet placed at shoulders width apart with your legs locked straight.

Your toes should be barely touching the toe cap. Once you bend your knees slightly, you should find that your toes will have enough room to clear the end of the toe cap.

It's important that you make sure that your heel doesn't slip up and down once you are walking around in the skate before taking it out on the ice. Heel slippage is the number one cause of blistering.

To fit the player who is still growing, have the toes barely touching the end of the toecap. The width of a ballpoint pen should be able to slip in behind the heel comfortably. This gives the foot room to grow but not so that the heel will slip and cause on improper fit.

A poor fitting skate can create bad habits and breakdown prematurely while holding back skate performance. Another problem that can occur are blisters or heel spurs.

A good way to break in your new skates is to spend some time in them up at home. You could also use a hair dryer to warm them, but be careful not to overheat any one area. Let them completely cool before walking in them.

The more time that you can spend with your new skates laced up will help reduce the break in period and your feet will feel better when you hit the ice for the first skate with them.

Remember to wear rubber skate guards to avoid damage to floors.

All skates purchased from thehockeyshop.com come with a free sharpening. Be sure to specify what hollow you would like your skates sharpened at.

Maintenance for your skates…

Make sure you dry your skates out after each use. This will prolong the life of the skates and help keep the odour factor down.

To prolong the life of your rivets and help prevent excessive rusting, pull out the foot bed each time you dry your skates.

Check your blades frequently as nicked edges can occur from walking on dirty flooring either on the bench or in the locker room. Exposed concrete or screws that get stepped on in the rink will also do damage to edges. It's time for a sharpening if you feel like you're slipping during push off.

Having properly sharpened skates is extremely important. The depth of hollow that is best for you is a personal preference.

Keep in mind that sharper does not mean quicker. Less hollow = More glide .

All skates purchased from thehockeyshop.com come with a free sharpening. Be sure to specify what hollow you would like your skates sharpened at.

Manufacturer Shipping Restrictions

Please note that due to shipping restrictions The Hockey Shop is unable to ship any Bauer product Internationally (including the United States).

For Canadian shipments, The Hockey Shop is unable to ship any Player equipment that is classified as "Elite" in Bauer's catalogue. These products are marked as In Store Only on our website, and must be purchased in store or over the phone for in store pick-up.

The Hockey Shop is able to ship all Bauer Goalie equipment within Canada. “Elite” classified Bauer catalogue items must be purchased in store or over the phone, and are marked as Call/Email for Price on our website.

The Hockey Shop is eligible to ship all other Bauer products within Canada. These policies have been put in place by Bauer. The Hockey Shop is bound by Retailer – Supplier contracts to abide by these restrictions. All eligible Bauer products can be shipped to any address, including PO Boxes, within Canada. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have any questions regarding Manufacturer Shipping Restrictions, please call 1-800-567-7790 to speak with one of our trained specialists.

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