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Easton Stealth RS Ice Skates

2013 | 9356-41
Stealth RS Ice Hockey Skate is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5.
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  • Fused-composite side panels offer supreme protection
  • The Dry Flow system drains moisture and excess heat
  • Footbed gives custom feel right out of the box



Weight:780 GramsWeight of the skate measured in Grams (Sr 8.0D, Jr 4.0D, Yth 12.0D).
Heat Moldable:YesImproves break-in time.
Holder:Razor Bladz EliteType of skate blade holder.
Runner:EliteType of skate blade.
Tongue Material:Felt/Foam With Lace Bite ProtectionType of material and design of the tongue.
Boot Construction:Texalium And Fused CompositeType of material the product is primarily made of.
Outsole Construction:Texalium And Dry Flow TechnologyType of material the outsole is made of.
Footbed:Giro's Supernatural Fit SystemType/Brand of footbed in each boot.
Warranty:Boot: 90 Days, Holder/Runner: 1 YearrPeriod of time the product is covered under a manufacturer's warranty.


Easton has stepped up the protection level in the Stealth RS Ice Skates. The quarter panels are constructed with a fused-composite material, consisting of EPP, TPU and TPE foams. This collaboration leads to a lightweight boot that is stronger and more responsive, while also allowing for deeper heat moldability. This allows the skates to fit closer to your foot with less negative space and translates into a more direct feel with less power loss per stride.

The outsole of the skate is protected by Texalium, a fiberglass fabric that has a trademarked finish and a thin coating of aluminum on the surface; this material translates skate flex directly to the ice and further minimizes power loss. Dry Flow venting ensures your foot stays dry and cool all game long.

The tongue is lined with an injected lace-bite protector, which protects the top of your foot from soreness. The pre-formed felt and foam combination also helps the comfort of the skate on the top of your foot.

The footbed features Giro's SuperNatural Fit System, which helps optimize comfort and enhances skating efficiency. The adjustable arch zone allows you to choose the amount of support needed, giving you a custom feel every time you strap on the skates. The Soft-Top Edge, where your foot enters the boot, is designed to be more comfortable and make Tournament Day soreness a thing of the past.

Aggressive Razor Bladz II Holders and stainless-steel runners round out the package and provide a proven-skating combination.

*Senior skate pictured*





US Shoe Size 7.5 8.0 8.5 9.0 9.5 10.0 10.5 11.0 11.5 12.0 12.5 13.0 13.5
Skate Size 6.0 6.5 7.0 7.5 8.0 8.5 9.0 9.5 10.0 10.5 11.0 11.5 12.0



US Shoe Size 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 6.5
Skate Size 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5



US Shoe Size 9.0 10.0 11.0 11.5 12.0 12.5 13.0 13.5 1.0 1.5
Skate Size 8.0 9.0 10.0 10.5 11.0 11.5 12.0 12.5 13.0 13.5




Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great skates Im a big dude. 300 6'1. My son challenged me and I accepted. So at 40 I jump into ice hockey. I knew needed good skates as my close out rec skates just killed my feet. So afer reading many reviews I pulled the trigger on these . Great deal on clearance . And I could not be any happier. I cant compare them to any high end skate . I can say they are super heat mouldable and seem fogiving on the ice. super comfortable I have flat wide feet.the insoles are great . Super customizeable. Doing adult learn to play . Maybe some d league in the spring. Thanks total hockey
Date published: 2016-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great skate I got these skates back in may, i had only started playing hockey in January of 2015 and had been using Bauer supreme one.4's, massive jump in quality and i would say that these skates have a long break in period, i had them baked and then had to have them stretched and again baked with yellow superfeet in them but after owning them for almost a year I wouldn't go with any other skate, feels like wearing slippers now, not sure how they differ in quality to other high end skates as i haven't tried any others but for the price theres definately nothing better out there at the moment, i origionally wanted to upgrade to the supreme one.7 or the vapour x60 but found that they weren't a great fit and as i had previous ligament damage i needed something which provided great ankle support which the Stealth RS do and as i'm 6'2 and 280 lbs these have held up great as even though i'm very new to hockey i am on the ice 3 or 4 times a week and these skates are definately improving my skating.
Date published: 2016-01-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from These skates kill my feet I've been playing for 20 years at a high level and have worn many different brands of skates. These are by far my least favorite. I'm 6'2 195 with a narrow skinny foot. At first they were comfortable but now some of the stitching on the inside of the skate is becoming sharp and digging into my ankle which is making it painful to skate. I've only had them about 6 months and am now looking to replace them. They are light but after skating on them a while the quality seems far inferior to my old Bauer Vapors. Just one man's opinion but I would not recommend them.
Date published: 2014-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A skate that you do need to try it! The meaning of "EASTON" this word is: "Quality" and "Durable," ....well...also "High Price." But they mark the price with a equal promise. A promise that you will not regret for the money you spend. I got this one and went to local ice rink pro shop to bake the boot and sharp the blade. I am using this one for ice skating training purpose, 1~2 times a week. In my experience, this boot is "REALLY" light. No kidding, REALLY LIGHT. It is as light as you are holding about 20~30 pieces of A4 size papers. It feels even a little bit lighter than Reebok 20K, and just about the same as Bauer APX and Total One NXG. To brake down: 1. Out Look: The outer look of the boot is the same level as CCM Crazy Light and Bauer Total One, no exaggerate features, nice and clean. However, the feeling of the texture of the boot surprised me some what. It is not like all other brands using composite material, which gives a smooth and firm feeling. The texture of the EASTON RS is more like...rubber-like material. The boot is not cut resistant. It is strong enough to resist the abrasion and scratch from the ice, but when the blade hit the boot, it will chip off. I have fell several times during practicing and there are one long cut at the inner left boot and one chip off at the right heel part, BUT, I DO NOT have any abrasion or scratch marks on the boot. For those who are comparing Reebok 20K and Easton RS, go ahead get this RS because when you have the 20K in hand, you will feel like holding a toy with paints on it, literally. 2. Supportive: Not sure how many people is concerning on this. This is TOP LINE, definitely gives proper support. I have not skated a lower level ice hockey skate, only checked them with hand, they are still giving proper stiffness, so no worry about the stiffness of the Easton RS, it has what it should have. I am 264 pounds plumpy man, and this boot gives proper support that I need, just remember to tight your lace properly. (P.S. This RS may be a little bit softer than the Reebok 20K and CCM Crazy Light, only the feeling by hand, not actual skating experience.) 3. Sweat whipping and ventilation: Well, it is made in China (correct me if I got it wrong), so there may be some imperfect. I actually took out the insole and checked the sole venting hole. It is by make 2 holes on the sole to crate the "SOLE VENTING SYSTEM." Those 2 hole are properly cut, but not really well done....so, I am not sure how it really work. All I can tell you is that after skating 90 minutes of each time, my socks are always dry as I just put on my feet. No taking off the skate during the 90 minutes of skating skill training. 4. The Supernatural Fit System insole: You really need to try this. This is the best insole design. Though I want to recommend getting Shock Doctor Skate Insole to replace any manufacture insoles, but for the customizable arch type, it has special benefit over the shock doctor's insoles. I love it just as much as I like Shock Doctor's products. 5. Runner and holder: Well, not much to say as I only experienced Reebok holder and runner. I believe no matter what kind of holder and runner they give you, the most important is how the blade is sharpened and depth of the blade. Only when the blade is properly sharpened to your style, then it can be called a good blade. Being light is just light, does not mean it can slide on the ice well. So, select the person who does the sharpening work deliberately. I have a customized ice skate, Mission Wicked 1 boot with Reebok holder and runner. The first store that did the sharpening only made it "OK," but the second store that did the sharpening made this skate "EXCELLENT." 6. Sizing: I have thick and wide feet. The length of my feet is street shoes size 10 BUT the width f my feet needs size 10.5. I went to a local store for sizing and they figured that I need size 9 EEE on Bauer NEXUS line. There is no manufacture even make EEE size. When put on size 9 EE, length is OK but a little bit tight on the width; when put on size 9.5 EE, the width is OK but the length is a little too long. Easton did a great job on this RS skate material usage. My 9.0 EE skate fits my feet properly after baking. So, for those who have thick and wide feet, no worry, this Easton Stealth RS can fit your feet properly after you bake it. 7. I only give 4 stars to the "comfort" is because the tendon guard of my left skate scratches my skin when I practice backward skating in clockwise circulation. After baking to fit your feet, you may find some glued parts kind of expended and shows the empty space, but the overall quality of the whole skate is still in excellent condition Over all, I do recommend people to buy this skate, for any level skaters.
Date published: 2013-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Impressed I have skated in Graf G35 Ultra Xs and Bauer Total Ones.... I loved both, but had some problems with the tongue inserts and boot height on the Bauers. I picked these up a couple days ago with lower expectations (One of the Easton Reps told me they were kinda of an in between skate until their next model). After skating 4 hours on them, I can say that I am thoroughly impressed. They respond well, feel extremely comfy and are pretty light, though not as light as Total Ones (However if you really need that extra .30 of a lbs off to skate you shouldn't be playing at a high level anyway). My feet can really feel each stride and cut, and even though the stiffness was a bit spongy for me compared to a full composite, they were supportive and tough. My only problem is the height of the holder, which is a little shorter than the Tuuks, but easily fixable by swapping holders and steel. If you have a larger foot you might find yourself hitting your outside toecap on tight, low turns. Irregardless, great skate, supreme feel, dirty all around. Well done, Easton... even if it's just a transitional skate
Date published: 2012-08-02
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Without being able to try them on how would I determine to order EE or D? Is there a measurement you would be able to give?

Asked by: RGman
Typically, if you know that you need special wide shoes you will need EE skates; if not, your probably ok in a D width.
Answered by: JeffC
Date published: 2015-11-30

I've always used Bauer vapour skates but we found these skates for a great deal.... Do u think it would be hard to get used to the different skate?

Asked by: Anonymous
All skate changes are going to take a little bit of getting used to. If the skate is comfortable on your foot, properly sized and heat molded, you will have a much easier break-in process.
Answered by: ConnerC
Date published: 2015-05-26

Are these skates comparable to the Bauer Vapor X.70 ?

My son is 11 and we get new skates every year. he is 5 foot 4 and 120-125 lbs. His feet grow every year so we are looking for a quality skate that does not break the bank. We like Easton products, but have never bought anything but Bauer for skates. I am also interested if the fit of the boot is comparable.
Asked by: Heipfam
The fit of the RS skates will be a little different. Bauer's Vapor line has a more narrow/ tapered fit compared to the RS line that has a more natural/ anatomical fit. The RS line is a higher quality skate than the X70's when talking about boot construction and better holders/runners.
Answered by: MikeM
Date published: 2014-06-12

Are these skates for wide or narrow feet

My feet are more tapered shape i would say. I have a more wide forefoot and a small heel. Would these be a good fit for me? And what are the sizing specs?
Asked by: CRAZY
In your case, take the EE size, and if you still need room for forefoot, then bake the boot following the instruction. The heel of this skate is using memory foam, so it starts with very narrow space to "REMEMBER" the user's foot structure.
Answered by: Everest
Date published: 2013-07-27

What is the weight?

Asked by: Anonymous
?? How to answer your question? There are D and EE width options.
Answered by: Everest
Date published: 2013-07-27


Hi I am 11 shoe, I have S12 skates now, size 9, but according to this chart I need 9.5, what do you think?
Asked by: KEVINM
If you cannot go to local store to really try out any model of Easton skates, follow manufacture's guide, -1.5 from your regular shoe size. I have thick and wide feet. I ware size 10.5 shoes because I need that width. Taking down 1.5 from 10.5, I should ware size 9 of EASTON skate. I did purchased this RS skate in size 9 EE. Thought it fit OK, but it fit even better after you bake it.
Answered by: Everest
Date published: 2013-07-27

sizing: D compared to R?

I currently wear a pair of Easton S11 skates. they're size 8.5 R. Is 8.5R the same as 8.5D now days?
Asked by: blair
I believe so. But the best way is go to local stores and just saying you are there for sizing reason, will buy skate later. Then, ask for width D skates for trying. IT should fits you properly. I think you do not see R width other than GRAF skates. Only GRAF is still using R and W size model and GRAF's W width is narrower than width D in CCM skates.
Answered by: Everest
Date published: 2013-07-27

hi guys, I have wide mid foot, wide forefoot and regular heel. just wondering if i bought them in EE then would they be a nice snug fit?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, go ahead to get the EE size. I am the same, thick and wide feet, inherit from my grand mother..... I ware USA size 10.5 shoes for the wide feet reason. The 9.0 EE size EASTON skate fits my feet well AFTER BAKING. You do need to bake the skate.
Answered by: Everest
Date published: 2013-07-27
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