What’s up guys? It’s Derek from Total Hockey.
Today I got to test out the Bauer Nexus 1N skate. I’m definitely liking this simple look to
these skates. A lot of black here with the blue accents to it. In the uppers here you have 3D lasted CURV
composite. It felt really good to me a lot more form fitting than the previous models
but it still gives you a little bit of a wider boot than the other lines. You’ve got the comfort edge abrasion patches
around the ankle so you’re gonna get a lot of comfort there it’s not gonna be anything
digging into your ankle when you’re skating. You also have the form fit lite tongue provides
even more comfort. Alright, so when you have this rigid boot you still gonna get a real
comfortable feel from it. For your instep Bauer’s provided you with
the Bauer Speed Plate which you can bake and mold to the arch of your foot and on the outsole
you have the ultra lightweight vented composite which is very lightweight and it also works
in tandem with the 37.5 liner on the inside which is gonna evaporate moisture and then
it’s gonna vent out of the bottom of the skate. No surprise here with these Bauer skates you
have the Tu’uk lightspeed edge holder and you also have the quicklite release trigger
to change out your steel. At first glance the tendon guard looked a
little taller but after using it, didn’t feel a whole lot different from previous models. Overall, I really liked this skate from look
to feel to performance just really fell in love with it quickly. And don’t forget you
can find this 1N at a Total Hockey store near you or at TotalHockey dot com. I got to test out the Bauer Supreme 1S skate.

Bauer Nexus 1N Skates // On-Ice Review
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7 thoughts on “Bauer Nexus 1N Skates // On-Ice Review

  • May 12, 2016 at 5:55 pm
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    Certified beautician

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  • May 15, 2016 at 10:05 am
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    Hello,

    I currently have the Nexus 8000, it fits good on the side of my foot, but I would like to give a try to the 1N or the 1S.I am not a very speedy skater, but that's OK.I am looking for a skate that allows me to be a bit faster on the ice, my quick start is good but I think my strides are not really effective.Do you think the 1S skates will help me with the C-flex and other stuff, or this is pure marketing? Thanks a lot.

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  • May 16, 2016 at 1:21 am
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    Would you recommend the super tacks or 1S stick?

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  • June 28, 2016 at 6:49 am
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    are the 1N skates available yet in Canada?

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  • August 17, 2016 at 2:33 pm
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    I am not seeing any NEXUS reviews online. IS anyone buying them??? Maybe the price point and its summertime….

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  • November 28, 2017 at 1:22 am
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    Hi, I have a question. I have supreme s160’s size 7D but whenever I tie them very tight my feet start to cramp up after 30 min of skating so I have to loosen them (they’re loose but not to the point where my ankles are bending so I can still make turns and stops). Should I just keep them loose or think about a different size?

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  • May 6, 2018 at 4:50 am
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    May 2018, these skates are currently 40% off , thinking about a major upgrade over my current 2012 x1.0 (vapor X400 2017 equivalents)

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