You now have the option to have your hockey player or goalie loose steel runners profiled at your convenience for LESS than the cost of gas & travel!
Did you know you could easily remove virtually every skate steel off your skates?
Bay Area Hockey Repair & Sharpening can profile and sharpen your Hockey Skates, Goalie Skates, and your loose steel.
HOW TO MAIL YOUR SKATES to Bay Area Hockey Repair & Sharpening:
Step 1: Decide if you want to mail JUST the steel or the entire pair of skates
Step 2: Choose your Profile Setup . Click here for more information about Profiling Radius.
Step 3: Choose which sharpening, FBV, ROH or ProSharp’s Channel-Z and Select available edges offered.
Step 4: Choose Shipping method. You can provide us your return shipping labels. ALL shipping to BAHR is your responsibility.
Step 5: Ship Skates with your own packaging.
Step 6: We receive package, profile, sharpen, and mail back to you as fast as SAME day (conditions apply)
Process takes between 3-5 days depending on which shipping you choose.
Profiling prices are for all skate sizes.
Shipping charge for return shipping only. You are responsible for packaging and shipping cost to get it to us.
14 x 12 x 8 in
Profiling Quick Guidelines
Single Radius - Traditional profiles
7 ́ - A good profile for figure skaters
8 ́ - A good profile for figure skaters
9 ́ - - A good profile for figure skaters. A common hockey pro- file that gives fast cross over skating,
but hard to maintain speed. Easy to do tight turns and change of directions. The short ice
contact requires a deep hollow to grip the ice. In return, it makes you to dig into the ice producing
higher friction, bad glide, unstable feeling, and hard to hit maximum speeds. Size of holders
up to 254.
10 ́ - Gives tight turns, fast acceleration, and change of direc- tions. But, the short ice contact
digs into the ice, produc- ing higher friction, and bad glide. Size of holders up to 263.
11 ́ - Good profile for younger players that have learned the proper skating techniques from an
improved balance of a longer radius. Size of holders up to 272
12´- Gives more drive speed and stability, than a shorter ra- dius. A popular profile for lighter
skilled players, who will stay with a single radius. Size of holders up to 280
13´ - The optimal choice for a fully developed skater and average player who will stay with a single
radius. Size of holder from 263 -296
14´ - The optimal choice for a heavy playing defenseman or average skater. Size of holders 280-
15´ - Radius for good balance, especially for the lighter players. Enhances the ability to work on
skating posture. *Note: go for a shorter radius when the skills are developed enough.
17´ - Radius for very good balance. It gives heavier players the ability to work on skating posture.
Increases speed, even in cross overs, but it lacks in acceleration and agility.
*Go for a shorter radius when the skills are developed enough.
Double "Combi" Radius
Detroit 1 - The combination profile of 10’-20’. Produces massive speed and very good balance.
Great for big ice hockey. Fantastic speed, even during cross- over skating. Good mobility. Modest agility.
Detroit 2 - The combination profile of 13’-26’. More for heavy defensive skaters. Great backwards
skating. Also, a good goalie profile.
Combo 10 ́-13 ́ - Very good acceleration, tight turns, and cross-over skating. Produces more
speed when compared to Combo 9’-10’.
Combo 9 ´- 10´ Great acceleration, tight turns, and cross-over skating. For lighter skaters. Size of
holders up to 263 .
Toronto 1 - The combination profile of 7’-10’. Used to improve acceleration, tight turns, and
cross-over skating. For elite light skaters. Size of holders up to 246
Toronto 2 - The combination profile of 9’-15’. Produces massive acceleration and good balance.
Size of holders up to 280
Toronto 3 - The combination profile of 11’-17’. Produces good acceleration, speed, and balance.
For big mobile defensemen. No need to profile more than 40- 50%. Size of holders up to 288
Win 1 - The combination profile of 9.5’-10.5’. Increases acceleration, tight turns, and cross-over
skating. For lighter players. Good for female specific play- ers. Size of holders up to 272
Win 2 -The combination profile of 10’-11’. Good accelera- tion, tight turns, and cross-over
skating. Produces better top end speed when compared to Win 1. For lighter players. Good for
female specific players. Size of holders up to 280.
Zuperior S - A combination profile of 6’-12’-26’. Used to increase acceleration, manoeuvrability,
speed, and balance. It delivers fantastic ice contact needed for producing great edge control.
It is a great choice for a power forward because of the added stability you need to battle along
the walls and corners, but also acceleration bursts to escape from those areas. Size of holders
246- 254-263. For lighter skaters.
Zuperior M - Profile of 6’-13’-26’. See Zuperior S. Size of holders 272-280-288. For medium
Zuperior L - Profile of 6’-14’-26’. See Zuperior S. Size of holders 296-306-312. For heavier
Zuperior V - Profile of 6’-17’-26’. See Zuperior S. Size of holders 296-306-312. For goalies or
heavy recreational players looking for great stability.
Quad Zero - Combination profile of 6' 9' - 11' 13'. Acceleration,́manoeuvrability, speed, and balance
are optimized. The best total solution.
Quad .5 - Slightly more flatness towards the hell compared to quad zero.
Quad 1 - Combination profile of 6’-9’-12’-15’. Acceleration,́manoeuvrability, speed, and balance
are optimized. The best total solution. This combination supports all types of situations and is
suited for elusive players 29 ́ offensively/defensively. Size of holders 254-263-272-280.
Quad 2 - Combination profile of 7’-10’-13’-16’. Same as Quad 1, but it adds more stability and
speed. Size of hold- ers 263-272-280-288-296. This is becoming the more popular choice.
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