CCM Jetspeed Junior Skates

DEFINITION:CCM Jetspeed Junior Skates are high-performance ice hockey skates designed specifically for junior-level players. These skates offer advanced features and technological enhancements to optimize speed, agility, and overall performance on the ice.


1. What sizes are available for CCM Jetspeed Junior Skates?
CCM Jetspeed Junior Skates are available in a range of junior sizes, typically starting from size 1 to size 5.

2. Are these skates suitable for beginner-level players?
While CCM Jetspeed Junior Skates are designed for junior-level players, they can be suitable for beginner-level players as well. However, it is always recommended to assess the skater’s skill level and consult with a professional before making a purchase.

3. What type of blade holder is used in CCM Jetspeed Junior Skates?
CCM Jetspeed Junior Skates feature the SpeedBlade XS blade holder, which provides a secure and customizable blade fit for optimal performance.

4. Can the steel runners be replaced in case of damage or wear?
Yes, the steel runners in CCM Jetspeed Junior Skates can be replaced. They are designed to be easily removable and replaceable, allowing players to maintain their skates’ performance and extend their lifespan.

5. How does the Jetspeed Fit System benefit young players?
The Jetspeed Fit System in CCM Jetspeed Junior Skates offers a close, anatomical fit designed to enhance power transfer and overall comfort. This feature helps junior players improve their stability, response, and skating efficiency.

6. Are these skates designed for narrow or wider feet?
CCM Jetspeed Junior Skates are designed for players with narrow-to-regular foot widths. However, it’s important to consider individual foot shape and consult fitting guides or professionals for a better fit assessment.

7. Can the holders be adjusted to different positions for personalized performance?
Yes, the SpeedBlade XS holder in CCM Jetspeed Junior Skates can be adjusted to three different positions. This allows players to customize their blade position based on their skating style or performance preferences.