Bauer Supreme S190 Goalie Skates [Senior]

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Bauer Supreme S190 Goalie Skates
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  •  (Bauer Supreme S190 Goalie Skates)
  •  (Bauer Supreme S190 Goalie Skates)
  •  (Bauer Supreme S190 Goalie Skates)
  •  (Bauer Supreme S190 Goalie Skates)

Bauer Supreme S190 Goalie Skates [Senior]

2016 | 21119-41
s190 Goal Skate is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
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Bauer Supreme S190 Sr. Goalie Skates

 

So we know what you're thinking. "That's no goalie skate! Where's the cowling?!" Well, your days of wearing skates that look like Frankenstein's Monster are over, and there are plenty of reasons to love it. 

The S190 Goalie Skates bring you Bauer's most important new technology, without the aggressive price tag. One of the innovations that brings you the cowling-less skate is called the Vertexx Edge Holder, a variation of the edge holders we've come to know and love on Bauer's player skates. The Vertexx Edge Holder raises the overall skate height by 5mm, and in the process affords the goalie a 10% increase in attack angle. Some goalies have quantified this to a 2 inch drop difference, meaning two puck widths worth of coverage advantage.

The other notable innovations that allowed Bauer to remove the traditional cowling are somewhat more familiar. Their Curv Composite Technology has been found on their player skates for a couple years now. Just recently Bauer was able to convert it to goalie skates, along with a full composite outsole, which further reduces weight and increases stiffness/responsiveness. The other major factor here is a beefed up Goalie Specific Toe Cap, that provides improved protection through added stiffness and thickness. 

Further improvements to the design of the skate can be found in their Asymmetrical Design. The 1S Goalies Skates are cut with an asymmetrical boot profile, where the inside edge of the skate is actually lower than the outside rim. This allows for a deeper more aggressive stance, that will be more comfortable in addition to providing a performance advantage. Rounded out with their THERMOMAX liner, the guts of the skate are just as ready for the big save as the outer. 

Heat Moldable:YesImproves break-in time.
Toe Fit:MediumType of fit at the toe of the boot.
Heel Fit:MediumType of fit at the heel of the boot
Instep Fit:MediumType of fit at the instep of the boot.
Runner:3mm LS2GType and material of the runner.
Cowling:Cowlingless designType of material the cowling is made of.
Tongue Material:Extended Felt ToungueType of material and design of the tongue.
Boot Construction:Curv compositeType of material the product is primarily made of.
Internal Padding/Ankle Padding:FoamType of internal padding and ankle support.
Liner:Hydra Max 2 linerType of inner liner material.
Made In:ChinaCountry of origin.
Warranty:90 DaysPeriod of time the product is covered under a manufacturer's warranty.


Senior

 

US Shoe Size 7.5 8.0 8.5 9.0 9.5 10.0 10.5 11.0 11.5 12.0 12.5 13.0 13.5
Skate Size 6.0 6.5 7.0 7.5 8.0 8.5 9.0 9.5 10.0 10.5 11.0 11.5 12.0


Junior

 

US Shoe Size 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 6.5
Skate Size 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5

 

 

Rated 5 out of 5 by from No need for 1S... As most who have researched the S190 know the only real differences from the 1S are the steel, tongue, and liner. I solved the steel by just buying LS3-G steels off the bat (still saving $150 from 1S.) The tongue is a little flimsy compared to my Grafs, but it's not a significant shortfall. Couldn't tell you much about the liner difference, but I play 3 nights a week and they feel great. I had Vertexx cowlings on my Grafs which significantly helped my attack angle, but these skates just make it effortless. Largely because of the complete lack of weight. They're like a feather compared to anything else I've worn. The break in period was also non-existent due to a good bake. I can't say enough about the S190 if you're in the market for skates that won't make you have a long budget conversation with your wife. (I actually just told my wife I needed a new pair and she just shrugged and said "OK.") Bottom line, fantastic skate. Light, strong, packed with features, and your biggest adjustment will be wondering how you played on your old skates on the first place. *on Durability rating as I have only worn them for 3 weeks
Date published: 2017-03-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Beware of Sizing Let me start by saying I'm 16, and thought I would surprise my dad by buying my own skates this time around. I saved for close to a year to replace my skates that are getting worn out, and was excited to try these out after reading some good reviews of them. I have been wearing a size 9.5 Bauer Elite for the past four years. My foot measures just a hair under 9.5. When I tried on the S190s in a 9.5, I immediately noticed it was too small, so I went up to the 10. After testing them out the best I could in the store, I had them molded and sharpened. Two practices later I have put them back in the box as I notice the toe box is very narrow in comparison to the Elites and causes pain as I play. Lesson learned, I guess, and a waste of $500. I'm very disappointed because I did notice all the benefits I read about in the reviews. Skating backwards is effortless, less energy is exerted pushing off in the butterfly, you don't have to bring your leg up as high which gets you to the other side of the net a little quicker. If these things fit you, you'll get a great skate. If not, you'll be out a ton of money if you don't test them for fit really well in the store. Looks like I'll donate these to Ed Snider Youth Hockey so some other kid can use them, and start saving again.
Date published: 2016-12-15
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Is the fit different between the Supreme and the Reactor series?

Asked by: mattry
I tried on both the size 8D Reactor and the same size n the S190.  I felt like the width was right in the reactor but my heal was swimming (loose, too much play).  The heal on the 190 felt great but the toe box felt about a half a size more narrow than the reactor.  
Answered by: ERho
Date published: 2017-01-01

Where is the Lundqvist loop? Bauer's website lists it as a feature.

Asked by: bsemira16
The loop will be on the skates. The pair that was sent as a marketing demo did not have the loop attached, which is in the process of being corrected. All inventoried pairs will have the loop.
Answered by: ConnerC
Date published: 2017-01-01
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