The CCM Tacks 9060 hockey pant offers solid comfort and mobility without sacrificing protection, ideal for the performance-level players who don’t need a top-of-the-line model for their game but are still looking for a quality pant that will keep them comfortable and help to prevent injuries.
- 400D nylon construction for reduced weight
- JDP hip cap for enhanced impact resistance
- Molded PE for advanced protection in key areas
- Internal belt system for a custom fit
The new 2019 Tacks hockey pant line uses a classic CCM cut with an anatomical fit, offering a construction that is both mobile and protective. The construction in the 9060 also features 400D lightweight, high quality nylon panels which reduce the overall weight of the pants while also optimizing durability.
In the hip, CCM uses a pro-level JDP cap construction designed to disperse the force of impact away from the hip joint, while also enhancing overall protection. The hip cap also includes PE foam which further protects this area from common impacts like collisions, contact with the ice, and blocked shots.
CCM uses molded PE for advanced protection in key areas of the pant. A molded PE cap is included in both the kidney area and thigh guard of the 9060. The floating thigh guard also includes PE foam for top-end protection and a leg zipper which provides easy access for custom embroidery as well as a personalized fit. For back protection, the Tacks 9060 has a fixed molded PE spine for solid impact resistance in the lower back.
Also included in this model is an internal belt system, allowing for a custom fit while also offering a length adjusting zipper. This feature includes a 1-inch length extension for personalization if you need some extra length to your pant based on your height or personal preference for how you want your hockey pants to fit.
The Tacks 9060 pant offers the right amount of protection and comfort for the performance player, showing CCM’s commitment to providing all skaters with the right pant based on skill level, frequency of play, and the need for every hockey player to have equipment that keeps them protected.