Senior CCM Tacks AS550 Hockey Skates

Item No. 46028-SKAS550-SR
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Senior CCM Tacks AS550 Hockey Skates


Step onto the ice with confidence in the Senior CCM Tacks AS550 Hockey Skates, a top choice for avid skaters seeking unparalleled performance and available at SCHEELS. These skates boast 3D-injected boot construction, which not only enhances durability but also improves visual appeal while delivering a comfortably tailored fit. The high-strength plastic midsole paired with medium-density foam ankle padding ensures robust support and exceptional comfort during intense gameplay. Meanwhile, the 5mm reinforced felt tongue protects your foot, allowing you to focus on the game. What truly sets these skates apart is their pre-sharpened steel runners with a standard finish; unlike most, they are ready right out of the box, removing the wait and expense of initial sharpening. Slide into the Senior CCM Tacks AS550 Hockey Skates at SCHEELS and glide into your next victory with ease.


  • 3D Injected Boot - It provides a new level of comfort and fit for recreational hockey players. The new construction makes the skate more durable with better visual appeal
  • Pre-Sharpened Runner - Unlike most skates that need to be sharpened, these runners are ready to skate, utilizing a standard sharpening hollow.
  • Lining Material Brushed Microfiber
  • Ankle Padding Medium-Density Foam
  • Holder Construction - SpeedBlade
  • Material - High-Strength Plastic
  • Midsole - High-Strength Plastic
  • Tongue - 5mm Reinforced Felt
  • Construction - 3D-Injected
  • Abrasion Reinforcement No
  • Tendon Guard - Standard
  • Blade Material - Steel
  • Facing - Traditional
  • Collar Padding No
  • Footbed Standard
  • Standard Finish
  • Laces - Unwaxed
  • Pre-Sharpened


  • Height - 16mm
  • Radius - 10'
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