With the recreational player in mind, the CCM Jetspeed FT475 Hockey Elbow Pads features a two-piece design, for improved mobility, protection and comfort.
The FT475 is a two-piece constructed elbow pad that is ergonomically shaped to your forearm, elbow and upper arm. The upper bicep guard is a separate piece attached to the forearm and elbow protection, giving your arms range of motion when skating and controlling the puck.
Bicep & Forearm Protection
The bicep guard on the FT475 is an independent molded plastic insert that moves with your arm as you need it. The forearm features a molded plastic insert that wraps your forearm comfortably, while providing a good level of protection for a recreational level elbow pad.
The JDP (Joint Dispersing Protection) elbow caps feature half exposed injected plastic that is designed to disperse impact away from your elbow joint.
The strapping system features 3 separate straps; a bicep guard strap, a lycra mesh strap internal strap, and a forearm strap to keep your arm locked in during all types of movements and puck battles.
A performance liner designed to wick sweat away helps keep you locked in and helps keep the elbow pad dry throughout the game.
|Bicep Protection||Articulated Bicep
Molded Plastic Insert
|Elbow Caps||Molded JDP Construction|
|Forearm Protection||Molded Plastic Insert|
|Liner||Moisture Wicking Liner|
|Sizes||S - L|
|Strapping System||Three-Strap System|
Hockey Elbow Pads Sizing Information
When fitting or trying on elbow pads, there are a few things to look at to make sure you have a proper fit. To start, make sure your elbow is placed in the center of cup or designated area and fasten the elbow pad using the straps. You will want to make sure that elbow pad is snug and secure and will not slip off the elbow joint. As well, move your arms around with each pad on, range of motion is key, and you will feel mobility differences in each product. If the elbow pad is too big it will shift and slide around on your arm. If it is too small your elbow will feel like it is sitting above the pad.
Compare your height, weight and age to the charts provided to find your best fit. As well, put on your shoulder pad and gloves and have someone measure the space/gap in between (in inches) to determine the proper sizing.