Mission Inhaler NLS1 Skate Review

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IW Hockey reviews the Mission Inhaler NLS1 Roller Hockey Skates.

The Mission NLS1 Skates are the pinnacle for roller hockey specific performance. The NLS1 boasts one of the stiffest and lightest quarter packages ever brought into the roller hockey market. Aside from the lightweight and responsive feel, it is also is one of the best materials in the industry to bake for a customized fit that significantly decreases break-in time.


Julian Reiter says:

What about the price I have a bugey

fabberry23 says:

Damn… Did they fire their designers? these Boots are so ugly… Looks like the store man changed the job with the design team… For me i am done with Mission for this season.

Buffalo Inline says:

Do the skates come in the mail with the different colored tabs

laka pidi says:

Hi, if I can get the DS1 for 450-500 USD is it worth to spend an additional 300-350 USD to buy the NLS1?

Patrick Berry says:

do these skates fit anything like the old boss or t9. or are they completely different?

Patrick Berry says:

do these skates fit anything like the old boss or t9. or are they completely different?

Daniel Wills says:

Whoops I meant ice warehouse

Pablo says:

Love that skates…. Are awesome ¡

Daniel Wills says:


Daniel Wills says:

Ice wearhouse I’m picking up nls3 but putting the new rink rat hornet xxx wheels and I’m under 175 so is that a good setup for roller hockey?

william weyermann says:

Do you think mission will ever bring over the injected stability lacing system?

Malaya Wheeler says:

Should Bauer make a Nexs and Supreme inline skate?

Pablo Santos Fiz says:

I had also the same question , i think i will take one pair of nls1’s but… If the change between them is only the blades and wheels i’ll buy some of those new wheels, which are really an upgrade

Nightwing416 says:

So I reckon that with the near NLS blades, that if you already have a good set of wheels and bearings, then there is no real point of upgrading the blades you already have if you have a pair above the NLS2 since all the newer ones have is just new fancy wheels and bearing. If you’ve broken your wheels and bearings and you used to have a pair of like ds5’s and are about to set up new wheels and everything, then I’d probably just buy the nls1’s.

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