CCM Tacks AS580 Junior Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS580 Junior Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS580 Junior Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS580 Junior Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS580 Junior Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS580 Junior Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS580 Junior Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS580 Junior Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS580 Junior Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS580 Junior Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS580 Junior Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS580 Junior Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS580 Junior Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS580 Junior Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS580 Junior Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS580 Junior Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS580 Junior Hockey Gloves
CCM Tacks AS580 Junior Hockey Gloves

CCM Tacks AS580 Junior Hockey Gloves

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New for 2022 from CCM are the Tacks AS 580 gloves. These gloves were designed with the high-level player in mind and include features also found in the higher-end AS-V gloves. In the AS 580’s arsenal, you’ll find D3O foam, a competitive-level Anatomical Shield Design, a Pro FlexThumb, and a FlexMotion open cuff.

External Material
The Anatomical Shield Design is a major asset that the AS 580 gloves bring to the table. The glove overall is modeled to form around your hand with some additional space for greater comfort and mobility. The variety of materials used on the exterior helps maximize coverage, flexibility, durability, and comfort. To construct the outer surface of the gloves, CCM chose polyester and Nash material.

Finger Design & Protection
The Tacks AS 580 gloves are equipped with premium dual-density foam and PE inserts in the fingers. The fingertips are reinforced with smooth, durable Nash material for extra protection. With this finger construction, you can perform at your full potential from the moment you step onto the ice, as they are made to be comfortable and flexible right out of the box. To further enhance the glove’s movement capabilities, the index finger has been built with a three-piece design.

Backhand Protection
The backhand uses a Vent-Tech base for primary coverage and excellent ventilation around your hand while you play. Over the backhand is an integrated impact protection plate designed to absorb and disperse impact when blocking shots or battling in the boards. In addition, the glove also features D3O foam in the knuckles for more security in that area. D3O is an amazing material when it comes to absorbing force on impact, as seen in much of CCM’s other protective gear.

Thumb Design
The thumb of the AS 580 is covered with PE injected thumb protection. Its design is built for stability and support, ensuring you can keep a good grip on your stick.

Cuff Design
The cuff is sectioned into multiple parts: a FlexMotion Segmented open cuff on the outside and a Sublimated Liner inside cuff on the inside portion. The FlexMotion cuff is a five-piece, open anatomical cuff that has been shortened for a greater range of motion while stickhandling without sacrificing protection. The Sublimated Liner inside cuff functions as part of the liner and has a soft cushioning texture. Its antimicrobial properties will keep you feeling dry and fresh all game long.

Palm Material & Gussets
CCM opted for a Nash palm with Nash reinforcement for comfort and added durability. Nash is traditionally used in hockey glove palms due to its water resistance and comfortability. Palms have a tendency to rip when not reinforced and after much use, which is why CCM made sure to include an extra layer right where the glove comes in contact with the stick to reduce friction and counteract that wear and tear.

Liner
The inside of the glove is lined with PU cushion foam and a sublimated laminated liner for a smooth and soft, game-ready feel. The laminated liner is water-resistant and durable, ensuring it lasts longer.

Sizes & Colors
The CCM Tacks AS580 Junior Hockey Gloves come in 10”, 11”, and 12” sizes, and the following colourways: Black/Gold, Black/Orange, Black/Red/White, Black/White, Navy/Red/White, and Navy/White.

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FeatureDescription
Backhand ProtectionIntegrated Impact Protection Plate
D3O Knuckles
CategoryPerformance
CuffFlexMotion Segmented Open Cuff
Sublimated Liner Inside Cuff
External MaterialAnatomical Shield Design
Tough Polyester
Nash Material
Finger Design2-pc Fingers w/3-pc Middle & Index Fingers
Finger ProtectionDual-Density Foam w/PE Inserts
LinerSublimated Laminated Liner w/PU Cushion Foam
Made InVietnam
Palm MaterialNash w/Nash Reinforcement
Sizes10" - 12"
Thumb DesignPro FlexThumb
PE Injected Thumb Protection
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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