CCM Jetspeed FT475 vs CCM Jetspeed FT485 Hockey Gloves

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The CCM Jetspeed FT475 and FT485 offer a ton of protection, giving you the solid feel you've come to expect from pad Hockey Gloves. The large index finger pad is designed for grinders and the thumb protector is designed specifically for blocking. Both gloves have an excellent fit, thanks to the ELLIOT-BROWN sealing cuff system which forms a seal around your wrist. The FT475 and FT485 Hockey Gloves are built for the hardworking centerman, with a balance of durability, control, and comfort. The split-finger design provides better handling in broken ice conditions than full-finger systems. In addition, the striking graphics will make you stand out on the ice. The FT475 is constructed with a lightweight Thermo Plastic Urethane (TPU) shell for an improved puck feel and increased touch. It provides full calf protection for the best possible fit and coverage. The FT475 is the replacement for the JetSpeed VH4500, and has taken many of its predecessor's best features, such as the Kevlar stitching on the backhand, but has upgraded it with newer technology to provide a better fit and feel.

Hockey Gloves CCM Jetspeed FT475 hockey gloves CCM Jetspeed FT485 Hockey Gloves
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Age Group Senior Junior Senior Junior
MSRP $54.99 $99.99
Used Price $38.49 $69.99
Sale Price $49.49 $89.99

Hockey Gloves Descriptions

CCM Jetspeed FT475 hockey gloves

The CCM Jetspeed FT475 Hockey Gloves are designed for the ultimate in speed and dexterity on the ice. They feature a lightweight, yet durable construction with a tapered fit that allows for excellent mobility. The palms are perforated for breathability and the fingers are reinForced for added protection.

CCM Jetspeed FT485 Hockey Gloves

Looking for a pair of gloves that will help you with your grip and control on the ice? Check out the CCM Jetspeed FT485 Hockey Gloves! These gloves are designed with lightweight, soft materials that will give you a great feel for the puck, while the textured palms will help you keep a firm grip. The gloves also have an internal gel padding that helps absorb shocks and protect your hands, while the perforated fingers offer breathability and dexterity.

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