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Top-of-the-line Supreme hockey skates for 2022 are the new Bauer Supreme Mach Intermediate Hockey Skates. These skates feature various upgrades from the previous Supreme Ultrasonics, including new AMP Flex Facing, a Powercoil tongue, 12K Carbon Curv, and the option to Choose Your Steel. With Supremes, it’s all about power and making the most out of every stride, and Bauer has enhanced the ability to do just that with these skates.
Boot Construction & Stiffness Profile
Building on the success of its predecessors, the Supreme Mach hockey skates are outfitted with Unibody Powerwrap Technology. This integration in the outsole of the skate hardens the bottom, making it easier and more efficient for the player to transfer their energy from their legs to their skates, and then the ice. A key component of the Supreme line is the load and transfer systems, and this build is designed to increase the player's ability to get the most out of their stride. Bauer also integrated 3D Lasted 12K Carbon Curve Composite in the construction, which makes the skate both lightweight and thermoformable. The Thermoformable Anaform Upper adds to the moldable properties of the boot.
Liner & Internal Padding
The skates are outfitted with a Lock-Fit Pro liner for extra grip, durability, and moisture management, so you can be comfortable and perform at your best. The skates use Aerofoam Pro Technology in the ankle padding, which is designed a bit thicker than conventional foam but is more form-fitting and thermoformable.
As the game gets faster, it is becoming no longer good enough just to make the tongue move with your stride style. Taking some inspiration from the old Vapor 2X Pro, the Supreme Mach hockey skates now use a Powercoil tongue with increased recoil speed. Incorporating recoil into the tongue helps add that extra push you need to empower your stride.
The Supreme Mach hockey skates stick with the same idea as previous iterations in terms of steel. Like the Hyperlite, you will have the chance to choose your blade based on your preferred performance.
Your options are from the following three:
To hold the blade in place, the Supreme Mach skate uses Tuuk Lightspeed Edge, which is the same as it was in the previous Supreme Ultrasonic skates.
Asymmetrical Toe Cap
For a better overall fit and to negate any unused space within the boot, Bauer turned to using an asymmetrical toe cap, a concept that has been observed in previous high-end Bauer skates. This isn’t necessarily new technology, but Bauer went ahead with the Supreme Mach skates and enhanced the toe further for an even better fit.
Bauer’s original Flex tendon guard has been refined in the new Reflex tendon for 2022. This tendon does not use inserts, and its aggressive shape and flex notches add spring to your stride while keeping it tough enough to recoil back quickly, ready to strike again.
Following a similar theme to the Supreme protective lines, the Mach skates also implement AMP, or Active Motion Performance flex into the skate. AMP Flex Facing is an area in between the second and third eyelets with increased forward flex for a better range of motion. This innovation was introduced to help skaters tie their skates to the top eyelet while retaining optimal flex in their ankles.
The Supreme Mach skates use a Lock-Fit Pro footbed, completing the lining. The Lock-Fit Pro footbed is designed to, as the name suggests, lock your foot in place and make it easier for you to push off and keep control of your skating. This design specifically is found often in the highest calibre Supreme line skates because of how well it grips and enhances power in every stride. With the addition of Grip Print, the skates now have even more hold on your foot.
For the newest top-of-the-line Supreme skates, Bauer has scrapped the signature gold of the Supreme line for a clean, black look, with some checkered patterns from the weave on the sides. “Mach” is displayed on the outside heels, and Bauer’s new graphic logo can be seen on the back. The switch to a black colouration with some silver accents gives the skates a cleaner, sharper look.
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