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Seasoned players searching for elite features or adults stepping onto the ice for their first practice will find the best senior ice hockey skates for all levels of play at Pure Hockey. We stock the latest releases from Bauer, CCM, and TRUE as well as their time-honored, customer-favorite skates. Browse Bauer’s Vapor and Supreme lines as well as top choices from CCM’s Jetspeed and Tacks models.
Consult our guides on How to Buy Hockey Skates and How to Fit Hockey Skates for informative tips to help you choose the right senior skates. Shop online with confidence and enjoy the most competitive prices, thanks to the Pure Hockey Low-Price Guarantee.
Senior hockey skates fit adults and full-grown teenagers with a men’s shoe size of 7/women’s shoe size of 10 (US) or larger. Entry-level hockey skates in senior sizes tend to be a bit softer, which makes them more comfortable and less expensive than other skates—a win-win for absolute beginners. Most other senior ice hockey skates are made to be stiff, protective, and very supportive. The higher the skate’s price, the more performance and comfort features they offer. Elite-level hockey skates are more durable and feature lighter materials, better-quality steel blades, and moisture management. These are the kinds of features athletes who play several times a week demand from their ice hockey skates.
Senior hockey skates at Pure Hockey cost between $130 and $1,120 A solid pair of hockey skates for a beer league player can cost less than two hundred dollars, and we offer a great selection of ice hockey skates on sale if you’re looking for a deal. Serious players who need performance-enhancing features and cushioning may find that they prefer the fit and feel of mid-price-point skates, which often include the same advanced comfort and protective technology as skates at the highest price points, but with fewer fine details.
Choose your senior hockey skates based on your foot shape and size, how frequently you play, your skill level, and your budget. New skaters can refer to our How to Buy Hockey Skates guide for details about what to consider when purchasing a first pair or upgrade. In hockey skates, proper fit is absolutely critical; we explain how to fit hockey skates in depth so you feel confident choosing the right ones.
Female skaters: A lot of senior skates on the market are unisex but sized for men. Typically, choosing a hockey skate 2-3 sizes smaller than your regular street shoe size is a safe bet. For example, if you wear a size 8 in women’s shoes, you’ll likely need a size 5.5 in hockey skates.
In senior hockey skates, D is a standard width for a medium volume foot. An EE designation means a wide width for a high volume foot. Both Bauer and CCM are evolving toward foot profile fit systems versus the old D/EE measurements, so their newest hockey skates offer a more customized fit for better performance.