CCM Jetspeed Shock

CCM Jetspeed Shock: A term used to describe a line of hockey skates manufactured by CCM, known for their advanced technology and enhanced performance features.


1. What makes CCM Jetspeed Shock different from other hockey skates?
CCM Jetspeed Shock is designed with innovative technologies such as the One-Piece Boot Frame and the Flex Frame Technology, which enhance energy transfer and responsiveness, ultimately improving the player’s speed and agility on the ice.

2. What is the One-Piece Boot Frame?
The One-Piece Boot Frame is a unique construction technique used in CCM Jetspeed Shock skates that eliminates unnecessary layers and joins, providing a more direct energy transfer and a more anatomical fit, resulting in improved acceleration and overall performance.

3. What is Flex Frame Technology?
Flex Frame Technology is a feature in CCM Jetspeed Shock skates that offers flexible boot and blade holders, allowing for a better forward flex, increased stride power, and better stability during quick turns and transitions.

4. Are CCM Jetspeed Shock skates suitable for all skill levels?
Yes, CCM Jetspeed Shock skates are designed to cater to players of all skill levels. They offer a combination of performance-enhancing features and comfort, making them suitable for both recreational players and elite athletes.

5. Are CCM Jetspeed Shock skates customizable?
Yes, CCM Jetspeed Shock skates can be customized to some extent. Components such as blades and footbeds can be swapped out to better suit individual preferences and playing styles.

6. How do I choose the right size of CCM Jetspeed Shock skates?
It is recommended to refer to CCM’s sizing chart and measurement guidelines to determine the appropriate size of Jetspeed Shock skates for your feet. Trying them on and ensuring a snug fit is also crucial to maximize performance and comfort.

7. Can CCM Jetspeed Shock skates be sharpened easily?
Yes, CCM Jetspeed Shock skates can be sharpened like any other hockey skates. It is advisable to take them to a professional skate shop or use a sharpening tool that specifically caters to hockey skates for the best results.