Hockey skates are available in different sizes but the smallest ones generally belong to size 1 (which corresponds to shoe size 2); this size conmes in many brands such as Bauer & Flite Hockey Skates, CCM, Reebok, Nike-Bauer Hockey Skates, Graf Hockey Skates and Mission & Torspo Hockey Skates
Ice hockey skates are, for the most part, relatively the same in terms of comfort regardless of brand; what your paying for is durability, and with that in mind, the best advice I can give is that you get what you pay for! Bauer and Reebok both offer good quality skates at a good price.
Some of the lightest hockey skates include the Bauer Vapors and the Bauer Nexus 7000s. These skates weigh just over 400 grams in most cases.
Bauer hockey gear can be purchased from Bauer's site. Bauer offers a variety of hockey gear, including sticks, skates, goalie gear, pants, gloves, and helmets.
the smallest hockey skates are size Jr. 1. ------------------------------ The smallest ice hockey skates available are youth size 6. The Bauer Vapor X1.0 and Bauer Supreme One20 are both available in that size.
Nike Bauer Vapor
most of them use the nike Bauer vapor XXXX or the nike Bauer supreme one95 or other types of those skates reebok skates probably the pump ones and some use ccms
Bauer Performance Sports Ltd. (renamed Nike Bauer during 2005-2008) is one of the leading manufacturers of ice hockey equipment, fitness and recreational skates, and apparel. Bauer produces helmets, gloves, sticks, skates, shin guards, pants, shoulder pads, elbow pads, as well as goalie equipment. Bauer primarily developed and manufactured hockey skates prior to 1990, when it acquired the hockey assets of Cooper Canada Ltd.
Awesome, enough said highly reccommand these skates!
yeah they will come up as vapor
Bauer, Warrior, Mission, Reebok, Easton, Koho, Sherwood, and Montreal.
it really depends on your foot and what fits you best, i like the Bauer skates, because they are light weight and focus on speed.
When it comes to hockey equipment, you get what you pay for! The better skates are going to cost you. You also have to figure how many times do you play, and how much you want to spend. Do your homework before you buy anything.
probably the APX, since the brands for the sticks and the skates are usually the same
Most players are sponsored and wear the brands they represent. But big name skates in the NHL are the Rbk 9k pump skates. Nike Bauer Ones are popular. and mission is still big in skates
they are 749.99 they are a very nice skate a fully composite boot and it is very stiff but DONT buy skates off of eBay i work at a hockey store and i get lots of people bring skates in trying to exchange them for the right size just go to you nearest first line Bauer dealer and let them size you up.
If you mean companies, then Reebok, Bauer, Easton, CCM, Warrior, TPS, and many other companies produce great hockey sticks.
hockey players use a variety of sticks from reebok to Bauer to Nike sticks it really depends on the player preference
bauer vapor x6.0
Based on the brand mentioned (Nike/Bauer) I'm going to venture a guess that these are roller hockey skates. In which case, the brake would be absent as all roller hockey skates are manufactured without a brake. The link below gives some information on skate brakes including the types found on recreational style rollerblades, as well as information on skates with no brake.
A number of hockey nets have received good reviews. these include: Bauer, Reebok, Nike, Adidas, Eagle Ball, WinnWell, Sherwood, and Canada Street Hockey.
the se 16 and for nike Bauer i am not quite sure