CCM Tacks AS550 Youth Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS550 Youth Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS550 Youth Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS550 Youth Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS550 Youth Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS550 Youth Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS550 Youth Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS550 Youth Hockey Gloves

CCM Tacks AS550 Youth Hockey Gloves

Regular price$54.99 CAD
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Keeping your child in the game is usually a matter of keeping them comfortable, protected, and having fun. CCM’s new AS 550 gloves look to achieve just that at a more affordable price point. With a similar look and feel to what the adults and professionals wear, these gloves look to start your child’s hockey career with a positive outlook and experience in the game of hockey.

External Material
The AS 550 takes a recreational build and design, meaning its comfort and durability have been enhanced. The polyester-weaved exterior ensures toughness in the gloves while keeping them both waterproof and lightweight.

Finger Design & Protection
The fingers use a two-piece design to enhance your child’s ability to both move and grip the stick. They use PE foam padding in all the fingers, giving the gloves great flexibility and cushioning upon impact.

Backhand Protection
The backhand is equipped with PE foams for premium protection and cushioning. The foams in this area are designed to soften the blow in all directions to help your child recover quickly and effectively after a fall on the ice.

Thumb Design
The thumb is protected with a tough plastic protection plate and has a one-piece design. The one-piece design makes it easier for smaller hands to move and grip the stick, and the underside of the plate is covered with PE foams to provide comfort and a good buffer.

Cuff Design
The AS 550 gloves have an open cuff, so your child can have good range of motion when handling the puck. As your child moves and changes direction, the open cuff allows them to move their hands and wrists easily. The cuff design also ensures the glove is secure around your child’s wrist with flexible PE foam in the padding.

Palm Material & Gussets
The palm uses classic Nash material, which is perfect for young hockey players. Nash is a synthetic leather and an affordable option used often in hockey glove palms due to its smoothness and comforting feel, as well as its durability.

The AS 550 is lined with PU cushion foam and a laminated liner. The liner materials work together to offer premium comfort and smoothness to your child’s hands, making the game more enjoyable for them.

Sizes & Colors
The CCM Tacks AS550 Youth Hockey Gloves come in 8” and 9” sizes, and the following colourways: Black/White and Navy/White

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Backhand ProtectionPE Foams
CuffOpen Cuff
External MaterialLightweight Polyester
Finger Design2 Piece
Finger ProtectionPE Foams
LinerLaminated Liner w/PU Cushion Foam
Made InVietnam
Palm MaterialNash
Sizes8" - 9"
Thumb Design1 Piece
Protection Plate
PE Foam
Warranty90 Days

CCM Hockey Gloves Sizing Chart

CCM Hockey Gloves Sizing Chart

Player Glove Sizing

To ensure you're purchasing the proper sized glove, one simple measurement using a measuring tape is all it takes to accurately find your size. Place the tip of the tape measure at the top of your middle finger (or which finger is longest) and measure all the way down to the bottom of your palm. Record this measurement and multiply by two. This will be roughly the size of glove you need. Compare your height, weight and age to the charts provided on each model as well to find your best fit.

Sizing Hockey Gloves (Growing Players)
If you are including growing room in the glove for a young player, always round the measurement up to the next whole number (ex. 3.2” x 2 = 6.4” -> 7”).

Making Sure Your Hockey Gloves Fit (Growing Players)
To ensure hockey gloves fit properly for a growing hockey player, have them place their hands in the glove with their palms facing up. Have the player place their hand inside the glove as they would if they were wearing the glove in a normal situation. Take your index finger and put it between the top of the player's palm and the edge of the cuff. Typically you want no more room than the width of your index finger.

You also want to have the player press their fingers against the palm so you can see the outlines. Make sure their pinky finger is at least 3/4” of the way into the pinky slot of the glove finger. To determine if the glove is too small, take your fingers and feel along the inner cuff of the glove just after the palm material. Make sure the player’s palm is not spilling over the material and onto the cuff. You also want to look at the fingers of the glove, and make sure the player’s fingers to fit in each finger slot, but they should not be pressed up against the edge or touching the gussets.

Sizing Hockey Gloves (Full-Grown Players)
When sizing for true size (no growth room) using the above measurement, round measurements less than 0.5 down to the next whole number. If the measurement ends in .5 or higher, round up to the nearest whole number.

Making Sure Your Hockey Gloves Fit (Full-Grown Players)
To ensure your hockey gloves fit properly, you want to take a look at two things.

  • 1 – make sure the your fingers are all the way in the finger slots, but not pressing into the gussets on the end of the glove. A good fitting glove will leave your fingers so that they are just able to brush the tips of the gussets.
  • 2 – make sure the palm of your hand is not spilling out the end of the glove palm material onto the inner cuff. If the bottom of your hand is into the cuff of the glove, you may want to try sizing up for a more comfortable fit.

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