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  1. salibandy

    IMS 7.0 vs 11.0 fit

    Hi everyone, I have a Bauer IMS 7.0 size S helmet that I love; it's been the only helmet that I've worn that doesn't give me headaches. I've previously been in the original Re-Akt size S (temple pain), 4500 (temple pain) size M and Reebok 7k (temple pain) size M, and have tried the new Tacks 110 (temple pain) in size S & M. I'm afraid that the helmet is nearing the end of its lifespan and would like to get a new one. The IMS 7.0 and 11.0 seem to be the same helmet except for the Poron in the front of the 11.0. Does anyone, especially those with wide heads, know what the difference in fit is like? A friend of mine in a 7.0 said he had tried the 11.0 but it fit differently. I live in a country where there isn't a hockey shop so I can't try it on. Any help is much appreciated, Mark
  2. Hi there! Hope you can help me with the correct shoulder pad sizing. I can have these Bauer Supreme One.8 shoulder pads at a really sweet price. They are sized Large (5). I am 6'1", 170-180 lbs, chest size is 39 1/2". So technically i fit somewhere in between sizes Medium and Large, according to Bauer shoulder pad sizing guide. I don't have any local hockey stores nearby so all i can try on is these Large One.8's. Lengthwise, they meet my size Large girdle just right at the spine area, and cover my ribs at the front nicely. As for width, i stretch velcro straps to their maximum position to sit firmly on my chest. One thing i don't quite get is if the shoulder caps are sitting right? I will be playing in contact league, but the level of play is average. If there are other guys with similar body proportions, please feel free to post which model and size shoulder pads you wear. I took 2 pictures of myself with and without shoulder pads on if it helps.
  3. There doesn't seem to be a lot of feedback and reviews about the Bauer 1S skate. Curious what others think of them and what your experience has been so far.
  4. Hey I picked up a pro stock x60 at the national sale, I wanna figure out what the codes are underneath the name, its a wellwood curve, 0588-13 87 g15f thanks!
  5. So whenever I play i wear a cage, not wearing one is not an option for me. well the part where I screw the top of my cage into is damaged and i'm not able to screw into it as well as it doesnt have a sturdy foundation(it spins freely and moves loosely). I was wondering if there is any way i can replace this piece or if i can send it to anyone to get it fixed. It is out of warranty so that isnt an option. if there's anyway with the re akt to switch shells i could maybe do that as i have a perfectly fine white re akt 100 but my travel team requires a black helmet. Any help would be great, i don't want such a small malfunction ruin such an expensive/quality helmet.
  6. I just recently bought that Visor and was told that if should work with any helmet. I have a reebok 7K and it will not go on! The clips go inwards so much it can't Clip on. Am I missing a part to this visor that I need to make it compatible?
  7. Hi All, Longtime lurker, first time poster...;) This is a fantastic forum and resource for all things hockey equipment related so I thought what better place to ask my question! I'm looking to get my name embroidered onto my Bauer Nexus gloves on the cuff or the side (whatever)...anyone have any recommendations in the Greater Toronto Area (or anywhere else)? Please let me know and thanks in advance!
  8. teamohiogocincyswords6111

    2015 bauer 1x Injected Stability Lacing System

    recently went to peranis big hockey sale looking for skates and got some bauer 1x skates for a nice price! i was looking for bauer x900 skates because of my concern about the Injected Stability Lacing System they were not in my size. I am concerned about the Injected Stability Lacing System on the skates it seems it can crack very easily. has anyone been impressed by this system? is it durable? is their any thing i can do rather than shot blockers to make sure they system doesnt break?
  9. Haven't played in a while with life getting in the way, finally have the time to try to get into skating more often. Most of this is lightly or never used. All prices include shipping and PayPal fees. Any questions or offers just post or pm Nike Bauer Pro Defender Shoulder Pads Medium $50 Never used Reebok 7K caps and biceps $20 Never used, for frankenpad projects Bauer Vapor 10 biceps $15 Never used, for frankenpad peojects Bauer NG 37.5 Premium Comp Jock Short Large $20 Used twice, washed, compression isn't for me.
  10. I have this shield: Bauer Hybrid Shield Shortly after I purchased it, the shield started to crack on one side. After a collision last night, the shield cracked entirely on the other side, separating the shield from the cage. Is it possible to order a replacement shield from a Bauer retailer? The cage portion is fine. (EDIT: I did ask Pure Hockey and I am not sure the customer service rep fully understood me, so that is the reason for this post) Thanks in advance for your replies.
  11. clarkiestooth


    Bauer 4500 helmet, Large Black, new without box. I mounted cage on it and then realized the fit was not like my original Bauer. As you can see, helmet hasn't been worn. $40 plus $8 shipping -SOLD through other channel
  12. WingerRK

    Bauer Nexus N7000 2015

    I will be soon purchasing the Bauer Nexus N7000 2015 on clearance for $80, please leave pros, cons with the stick as well as past experiences.
  13. Davetronz

    Bauer NME8 Mask

    Reviewer Details: 32 years old / 5’11 / 220lbs Location: Calgary, AB Playing Level: Upper div men's rec league hockey (former minor league rep team player) I had to replace my old, heavy Vaughn mask as I progressed into higher levels of playing goal. I picked up a Bauer NME8 with CSA mask in Fit3 and I've been using it exclusively for approximately 6 months now. Fit I went with Fit3, because Fit2 was showing a bit too much of the back of my head. Maybe I have a weird shaped head, but I have a bit of vertical space in the Fit3. It's definitely within spec, but I'd like it to be a tad bit tighter. I've thought about wearing a skull-cap but it hasn't bothered me that much. The padding in the NME8 feels really nice. Coming from the Vaughn mask, which felt like wearing a bucket on my head, this feels like a light-weight velvet pillow. The sweat band also feels nice against my forehead and errant Velcro isn't irritating my skin like the Vaughn was at the end of it's life. The only thing I'm not a huge fan of is the chin cup within the helmet. Its odd. It feels like it has too much travel and it often ends up wherever I don't want it. I've tried adjusting it, but I'm just not a fan of it's design and positioning. 8/10 Protection Protection feels good. You still feel the shots off the mask, but it definitely feels way better than I had become used to. A shot off the Vaughn rang in my ears for at least 15 minutes after being hit - not good. Imagine hitting a metal dumpster with a pole. With the Bauer, I still feel the shot impact, but its deadened. My head doesn't rattle or ring. I'm not nearly as worried about being hit in the mask. 9/10 Weight Such a light helmet compared to what I was accustomed to. Sometimes I forget it's on my head. It feels SO good. Couldn't ask for more! 10/10 Durability Everything looks good so far after 6 months of use. I dry it out after each session and haven't had any issues. I'm looking forward to using this mask for the foreseeable future. 10/10 Intangibles I like the view from the standard CSA mask. Way better than my old Vaughn. I feel like I can see better through the bars, they're positioned just right. I wanted the cats-eye but it wasn't available when I was purchasing. I may switch out the cage over time. I settled on the glossy black and then got some custom decals for the helmet - this was a more economical method than buying a higher model and getting a custom airbrushing at my level. Conclusion The Bauer NME8 mask is a great bucket for an intermediate goaltender playing rec hockey like myself. I couldn't be happier with my purchase and it's such an upgrade from my previous helmet. I love the weight and the protection. The view is great and I don't feel like I have any bad blind spots. Overall Rating 9.3/10
  14. Hi All, It's been almost 15 years now since I've put on a pair of roller hockey skates but I recently found a gently used pair at a great price to try and get back into the skating. I've been only able to skate on the ice maybe 2-3 times of year due to grad school. The markings they have include: Bauer Nike Mega SE with the Tuuk One Up Pro mounts and stock wheels from what I can gather. So I'm guessing early 2000's before the Mega 50-90, 40-70? I believe the wheels are set up: 72-72-80-78, but I could convert them to high lo set up without issue 72-72-80-80? I was hoping if folks could help me ID what year they are from? Was it a low end or mid end skate? Also if folks knew any specs if the know of them like ABEC rating of the bearings. I emailed Bauer corporate but haven't heard back. I went through the catalogs that I could find hosted here at modsquadhockey, but they look to be older than 2004? Thanks in advance! A reference picture of the 60-90
  15. 40oz2freedom28

    Bauer 1X Skates

    Hey all, So I just received my new Bauer 1X skates today and the LS4 steel right out of the box is a bit on the high side for me. All I'm really looking to do is to take a bit off the toe and heel to make it a bit more round and not so square and "boxy" so I'm not toe picking with all that steel in the front of my skate if that makes sense? Any recommendations of how I should go about doing that would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  16. YukonLiving

    Bauer Vapor 1X

    Skate: Bauer Vapor 1X Skate Size: 9.5D Shoe Size: 11.5 Solomon Foot Type: Normal Ht/Wt: 6'0" 225lbs Play Level/Experience: Current - Men's League. Previous - Jr. A (Canada) Last Pair Of Skates: Bauer APX Date Purchased: July 2016 Fit - 9/10 Depth: Felt really good to me. When lacing up the boot, I only pull hard on the top 3 eyelets which leaves the rest of the skate much looser. The sides and eyelets layer well with the tongue and I don't feel exposed. These is no creasing whatsoever when the boot is fully laced and my foot flexed. Width: I've had to use wide skates before (with Mission and Graf specifically) but these fit right in a D width. The heel is very snug and does not slip at all, but it really opens up in the toe. Sizing: I prefer my skates to fit like a second skin with just enough room for a Kevlar sock. I like my toes to brush the toe cap when I'm standing. The sizing seemed true as compared to the last Bauer APX skates I wore. For comparison, I usually wear size 11.5 or 12 "street shoes" depending on manufacturers. Other: I tried on both the Bauer Supreme and Nexus line. The Supreme felt much more boxy to me while the Nexus seemed more restrictive somehow. I did not buy the 1X skates for their looks; I much prefer both the Supreme and Nexus styling and colour schemes. These were heat moulded in store and when finished they felt like custom made parts of my body. I also tried the skates with both the included Speed Plate and aftermarket SuperFeet. I much preferred the stock footbed - especially after they too were heat moulded to my feet. I love the aggressive forward pitch of these skates. Protection - 9/10 I was disappointed to see the old style felt tongue come back on these skates but the pro shop told me it was the most requested modification to past models. I guess I'm one of the odd ones who liked the tongue on the APX. That being said, the protective coating to the outside of the tongue on the 1X has been fantastic. So far I have not had a single hint of lace bite. This boot is VERY stiff and I've taken a few shots off the foot. I do not wear secondary boot protectors so I felt the impact but not enough to keep me from playing. Shots to the top of the foot seem to be the most sensitive but that could just be me. Weight - 10/10 These skates are incredibly light; feathers seem cumbersome compared to the 1X and sometimes I forget they are on my feet. These are the lightest skates I have ever owned and they feel that way on the ice. Durability - 9/10 As expected. I average 2 skates per week or so and press them hard to perform. They're properly aired out and dried between uses so I hope to get a few seasons out of them. The Bauer 1X ships with Lightspeed Edge and this is the first pair of skates I've had with that system. My initial impressions are good. The blades seem to stay tight in the holders but will release easy enough - especially when using the included "key". I have noticed slight scuffing on the boot but that is to be expected through normal wear and has not affected usability whatsoever. I like the new material on the inside of the boot slightly above and behind the top eyelet. It seems to be much tougher than the Clarino liner in past models which wore through from tongue abrasions. Intangibles - 9/10 I use terry cloth skate guards when the skates are in my bag so I have not noticed rusting or chipping of the steel. Speaking of the steel, it also seems to hold an edge quite well. I had my skates profiled to my usual 9F R2 and they felt like home after my first ice time. That being said, my feet hurt bad after the first full game on them but that is normal for me and now they feel amazing. I wish Bauer would ship their skates with waxed laces. That's the first thing I swapped out as soon as I got home. Conclusion - 9.5/10 For a top model skate with a price tag to match, I was expecting a lot out of these. I have not been disappointed one bit - Bauer has a fantastic product with the performance I dream of. If these are in your budget (or even if you need to bring in a little more recycling) I wouldn't hesitate to make this purchase.
  17. incubus4fun

    Bauer LS3 or LS4 Runners

    Hey all, I have Bauer Vapor APX2 skates and I hate the fusion runners. Trying to get new runners I want to decide between LS3 and LS4. Any advice? Or should I stick to LS3 and save money?
  18. I recently bought some second-hand hockey pants and there is no way I could give them back, I also wouldn't want to buy some new ones either. I am trying to figure out how to keep the pants up higher so they don't get in the way. Although I still have not found out what to do yet, any comment, answer would be great. My helmet fits fine at the store, but when I go to practice, my temples start hurting a lot as if someone was squeezing my head super hard. The pain would start probably around 35-50 minutes in. I first had a CCM XT (forgot the size), and the pain would start earlier than the helmet I have now which is the Reebok XT medium. The Reebok one does not hurt as much, but probably will hurt the same when I use it during a game. Any comment would be great. I was thinking of cutting the EPP foam a little but read some articles saying that would void the certification. Recommendations for a wide head, probably a round head would also be great. (Best if the helmet recommendations are under $60) Also the helmets have cages. New edit: Is there any way I could alter ski pants suspenders to fit the hockey pants?
  19. WithoutAClue

    Bauer Concept 3- ill-fitted

    Hey everyone! Lurked here for a bit and now I've run into a problem so I came to the experts for help... I have just started playing hockey again, haven't played since I was a kid. Went out and grabbed an ccm fl40 w/ cage. I'm not crazy about the view and it would pinch my temples enough that I needed a switch. Grabbed a Bauer 4500 and installed the concept 3 dome on it. heres my issue- the chin strap and cup sit too high, they're basically in front of my lips unless I pull it down under my chin, where it never stays put. I tried adjusting the strap and cup but if I adjust it to where I need it to be, the straps can't reach the backside of the helmet to snap on. I feel like a longer strap may be necessary, has anyone experienced this before or can anyone help a new guy out? Practicing tomorrow so hopefully I can figure out a quick or easy fix. If not it's back to the cage for a week haha. thanks a lot everyone I really appreciate it!
  20. Devils26

    Affordable Sticks

    Hey everyone. I'm looking to buy a new stick that is affordable but also high quality. I have a few in mind, but I would take any suggestions. The ones I'm looking at now are: True A4.5 CCM ribcor 28k, 30k, or 46k Bauer nexus 4000 Warrior Covert DT4 Bauer supreme one.4 or 180 Thanks
  21. Hi guys, I have wanted to have opinions on the Bauer Pro 15 Carry Hockey Bag ? ( http://www.icewarehouse.com/Bauer_Pro_15_Carry_Hockey_Bags_32/descpage-B15CBL.html ) I train ice hockey and roller hockey at the same day, and i have 2 bags : one for général hockey equipement, and one for ice skate, shoulder pads, ... (ice equipement) Actually, my hockey bag is a Revision hockey backpacks. I want only one bag for all equipements, but i don't want a whelled bag. Someone uses it? It's a good bag for all equipments (2 pair of skate and ice equipment ?) Thanks for answers ;)
  22. haider16

    Speed Plate- Bauer 1S

    Hey boys, I have a pair of Bauer 1S skates, When I first baked them, I liked the grippy insole, so I didn't bother with baking the speedplates that came with them. Now, I'm wondering whether that "insole" really was an insole. Do I have to use the speedplates in these skates? I have photos of what I thought was an insole if that's needed. Cheers!
  23. CTB

    2 Pairs Pro Stock Bauer APX

    Pair 1: Matt Gilroy Ottawa Senators, 14", Digital Palms, Pro Cuff, Standard Liner ***SOLD*** Pair 2: Matt Frattin LA Kings, 14", Digital Palms, Flex Cuff, Poron Liner Asking for $130 each (shipped in US, +$20 to Canada)
  24. JR Boucicaut

    Bauer RE-AKT Helmet

    I had been LTRing the RE-AKT helmet over here - http://www.modsquadh...-re-akt-helmet/ and decided to wrap it up. For tear-down pictures, see the Teardown thread - http://www.modsquadh...oughtsteardown/ Length of use - 2 months Fit - Very good, for my head. Absolutely zero pressure points anywhere on the helmet, at any time during the review process. Very good feel around the temples/sides due to the block of PoronXRD padding there. Gives you the feeling of a well-fitting helmet without the bulk associated with other helmets. 10/10 Protection - New technologies, new foam, new concept. Unfortunately, there's no way for me to prove/disprove that it does as advertised. N/A Weight - Lighter - not Easton E700 weight (Bauer RE-AKT came in at 484g compared to Easton's 355g) but lighter than most out there. 9.5/10 Durability - No issues with any moving parts (size and occipital adjustment) or anything structural, however, did have an issue with one of the helmet screw pads. One of them decided to break free and spin. The procedure is to cut through the pad and use a pair of pliers to hold it in place so that you can take out the screw, which renders the screw pad useless after that. I was sent replacement pads and was told that the production model will have the updated ones, which will be stainless steel anchors. 8/10 Intangibles - The biggest test for me with the helmet was how it handled sweat, and I'll tell you that it passed that test. Ventilation also is good in it, on par with helmets on the market. A bit of bleed from the Vertex foam onto the back of the Suspend-Tech liner, but that is just cosmetic. 9/10 Conclusion - One of the things that it really has going for it is how much was taken out of the helmet and with what it was replaced with. It truly gives you a streamlined-looking helmet, however, with substance. The price may scare off a few potential buyers, but Bauer and other manufacturers with "ultra-premium" helmets realize that awareness and education is what is going to turn the tide to get players to invest more in headgear. Final score - 46/50 = 9.2 Thanks goes out to CJ Ficek, Helmet Product Manager at Bauer Hockey, who made it possible for me to test the product early.