Can you customize CCM sticks?

Get your favorite customization every time by choosing your curve, flex, kick point, grip & blade finish, height, weight, and custom graphics. Create a CHS login to save your desired setup, so you can either make repeat orders or adjust & tweak your unique hockey stick specifications. Graphics are optional.

How long does it take to get CCM custom skates?

All current CCM models are available via TC, including the Super Tacks AS1 (player/goalie), Jetspeed FT1 and Ribcor 70K. Since TC skates are made “from scratch,” you may have to wait up to 3-4 weeks to receive your skates.

Who wears CCM Ribcor skates?

Also, the 80k’s holders are attached to the boots via an outsole, unlike the FT2 and Super Tacks, that are attached directly to the boot. NHL players wearing CCM Ribcor skates: Sidney Crosby (PIT), Matt Duchene (NSH), John Tavares (TOR), Carl Hagelin (WSH), Nathan MacKinnon (COL).

What does CCM brand stand for?

Customer Communication Management
CCM is an acronym for Customer Communication Management. It’s a long-term for a simple concept. In a nutshell, it’s the process of making sure the messages you send to your customers are congruent, complete, and personalized. CCM represents all the different ways that you communicate with your customers.

What is a kick point on a hockey stick?

Composite sticks are designed with a “kick point.” A kick point refers to where the stick bends when force is applied and how much potential energy is created when loading your shot. There are three kinds of kick points: Low Kick. Mid Kick.

What stick should I use?

When choosing the right flex, you should consider your weight, playing style, and personal preference. But as a general rule, choose a stick with a flex that’s one-half of your body weight, rounded down. So a 160-pound player should use around a 75 flex stick.

Where are CCM skates made?

CCM decided to dedicate its business to the sport, launching CCM Automobile Skate and dominating the hockey skate business for 30 years. They now research, develop, test and prototype its products at its Montreal headquarters. Then, the company has the products manufactured in Asia.

Where are true skates made?

As part of the Agreement, True Temper Sports will continue to manufacture VH skates in Winnipeg, Canada. All employees of VH will be retained, and there are plans to expand the footprint in Winnipeg – both in terms of facilities and people.

Does CCM own true?

TRUE Hockey and Lefevre Inc (aka Lefevre Goalie) officially acknowledged today they are joining forces, with the former acquiring the latter. Rumors of this union started shortly after Lefevre’s design contract with CCM concluded at the end of 2019, and it’s a match that makes strategic sense for both companies.

Are Reebok and CCM the same company?

REEBOK HOCKEY Reebok actually acquired CCM and other brands back in 2004 and was bought by Adidas in 2005. Sidney Crosby popularized an array of their products but the brand was phased out in 2015.