Customer Reviews:

Comments: There's nothing better then a pair of Bauer Vapor X2.0. The blade stays sharpened, has great side support as well as protection. The biggest thing I like is that I don't have to mold them to my feet, they were a perfect fit. As soon as I wear these out I'll be back to order another pair thru Ice Warehouse, where you get the best deals. I've also ordered sticks & gloves.
From: Dan, MA

Comments: Had these skates (size 8.5 EE for a 9.5 shoe) for a few months playing in an adult recreational hockey league. Have played a lot of hockey before including college but took 10 years off.  I have flat arches and bone spurs on the outside of my feet which means I need a wider boot.  The Vapor 2.0 has what I would consider a narrow last, so
if you have somewhat narrow feet, they may be a good choice to try out in the store.  For people with wide feet and flat arches, may want to consider a different skate. In my case, I've had the boots punched three times to provide more room on the outside of the boots but to no avail.
From: Tom

Comments: Well... These are the 2nd pair of skates i have ever had. My first pair were Supreme one.4's. Both are beginner skates but the 2.0s turned out to be a whole lot comfortable and a bit better when it comes to performance. Perfect beginner skates for someone getting into the sport or already has the basics & For this price they are just perfect. I do freestyle ice skating and i love these skates. I recommend to anyone.
From: Angel, FL

Comments: I've been using the Vapor 2.0s for about three months, mostly just casual skating and some hockey practice. To me, the skates are quite stiff but fit well. My regular shoe size is 10 1/2 D and I got a 9D skate, which was just right. Overall these are decent skates with a few exceptions.

1. The blades are non replaceable. So, if you want to have the blades profiled or expertly sharpened and need to send them out to have that done, you'll have to send the whole skate instead of just the blades.
2. After three months of skating I'm starting to get lace bite on the left skate. The felt at the point of the topmost lace has been compressed to almost nothing. The tongue is too thin and has no built-in lace bite protection.
3. The footbeds are thin with minimal comfort. I replaced them immediately with Superfeet Yellow.
The Vapor 3.0 has replaceable blades and a better tongue. I wish I had bought the 3.0's instead. If it wasn't for the mentioned issues, I'd be happy with these skates.
From: Sly, OR

Comments: These skates are very good beginner and intermediate skates! They are outrageously cheap! I love these they are very durable and can handle anything. Also the fit is right on for me with the 1 and 1/2 sizes smaller. Nice and snug with good support!
From: Josh, OK

Comments: Comments:Well... These are the 2nd pair of skates i have ever had. My first pair were Supreme one.4's. Both are beginner skates but the 2.0s turned out to be a whole lot comfortable and a bit better when it comes to performance. Perfect beginner skates for someone getting into the sport or already has the basics & For this price they are just perfect. I do freestyle ice skating and i love these skates. I recommend to anyone.
From: Angel, Miami, FL

Comments: I've been using the Vapor 2.0s for about three months, mostly just casual skating and some hockey practice. To me, the skates are quite stiff but fit well. My regular shoe size is 10 1/2 D and I got a 9D skate, which was just right. Overall these are decent skates with a few exceptions. 1. The blades are non replaceable. So, if you want to have the blades profiled or expertly sharpened and need to send them out to have that done, you'll have to send the whole skate instead of just the blades. 2. After three months of skating I'm starting to get lace bite on the left skate. The felt at the point of the topmost lace has been compressed to almost nothing. The tongue is too thin and has no built-in lace bite protection. 3. The footbeds are thin with minimal comfort. I replaced them immediately with Superfeet Yellow. The Vapor 3.0 has replaceable blades and a better tongue. I wish I had bought the 3.0's instead. If it wasn't for the mentioned issues, I'd be happy with these skates.
From: Sly, Eugene, OR

Comments: These skates are very good beginner and intermediate skates! They are outrageously cheap! I love these they are very durable and can handle anything. Also the fit is right on for me with the 1 and 1/2 sizes smaller. Nice and snug with good support!
From: Josh, Edmond, OK

Comments: I use these skate when i first start playing hockey. This skate is comfortable to wear and these skates are extremely light weight which is a feature that i absolutely love. They feel comfortable and very easy to control because they are so light. Overall, This skates offer great amount protection for the price.
From: Kyle, Canada

Comments: GREAT pair of skates for a great price. The blade stays sharp
for a while and they provide good support
From: Hunter, Richmond, VA

Comments: Great skates. I bought these skates to learn to play hockey, and now
that i know how to skate, they work just as good as any other skate,
and this is the lowest price ive seen so far.
From: Kenny, Richmond, VA

Comments: I hadn't skated in 20 years and figured the X2.0 would be a good skate to get back into the sport. I have narrow feet and always lacked that tight, snug fit I needed. Well I have a great fit with these skates and after some trips and falls the first two public skates, I can say I have extremely snug and comfortable fitting skates and I did go for the skate size 10 (my shoe size is 10.5 B) The edge on the ice is short which made for some unexpected spins!
From: Roy

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