In the air you can go 2,193mph in the fastest jet, 763mph on the ground in a jet-powered car, or on the ice you can go blazing past the defense in the Jetspeed 290 Ice Skates by CCM.
Designed to bring you the fastest and best fitting skates in the game, CCM engineered the Jetspeed 290s ergonomically, literally building them around the players foot. The Action Form™ Composite quarter package brings you reinforced ergonomic curves in key areas of the skate. This new boot design is contoured to eliminate wasted space, improve heel lock, and maximize energy transfer with each stride.
Finishing up the construction of the Jetspeed 290s are the Speedblade 4.0 holders and the SpeedBlade Stainless Steel runners. The holders are designed to increase your attack angle, providing greater strides and sharper cornering while the runners work in unison to provide a long lasting edge for long term performance.
When it comes to protection the Jetspeed 290s are no stranger, and when it comes to comfort CCM provided you with the utmost, all around. Additionally, the Jetspeed 290s join forces of both comfort and protection in the places you need it most.
The feature that joins these forces is the Thick Felt Tongue. Thick multi layer construction allows for enhanced lace bite protection while ensuring maximum comfort.
On the inside, the Pro Moose Suede liner provides good balance between weight, durability, and comfort. On top of that, or inside rather, the liner is equipped with multi density memory foam, which are lightweight comfort pads that conform to your ankle for customized comfort.
Another another feature that allows for customization is the Pro Reinforced Heat Moldable SpeedCore, built right into the Jetspeed 290s. The Speedcore is a contour shape with heat moldable technology that allows for customized support specifically for your unique foot shape.
CCM has proven once again that they’re not out of the skate game, but rather very much alive in the world of speed, comfort, and providing you the equipment you need to break records on the ice.