CCM’s new Tacks 4R Pro² Hockey Gloves will have you reminiscing about the classic straight 4 rolls of the past. The fit is similar with the major differences being the Open Flexcuff and the Pro Flexthumb.
The outside of the glove is wrapped with a pro-approved polyester with accents of PU Leather for a classic, long lasting look.
Finger Design & Protection
The Tacks 4R Pro2 continues its high level protection when it comes to its fingers. The two-piece design reinforced with D30 Smart Material optimizes shock absorbency while not sacrificing any stick feel.
The whole glove is covered with pro-level protection and shock absorbency. Along with this, the backhand has added D30 Smart Material for even further protection.
These gloves are fitted with a two-piece pro flex thumb. The two-piece thumb allows for better movement and grip on your stick.
An open segmented cuff allows for maximum movement, flexibility, and protection. The cuff is padded throughout with PE inserts.
Palm Material & Gussets
The Tacks 4R Pro2 palm is a pro level Nash palm with additional embossed Nash reinforcements making it more durable. The stretch mesh gussets further provide a flexible and responsive feel while also allowing your hand to breathe during play.
The CCM Tacks 4R Pro2 liner is treated with anti-microbial Polygiene to help eliminate that stinky glove smell.
|Backhand Protection||Dual Density Foam w/ PE Inserts and added D30 Smart Material|
|Cuff||Segmented flexcuff w/ PE Inserts|
|External Material||Pro-approved polyester + PU Leather|
|Finger Protection||Dual Density Foam w/ PE Inserts|
|Liner||Treated with anti-microbial Polygiene|
|Palm Material||Nash Palm w/ Reinforcement|
|Pinky Finger Protection||Yes, Foam w/ PE insert|
|Sizes||10" - 12"|
|Thumb Design||Pro Flex Thumb|
Sizing Before Purchase
To ensure you're purchasing the proper sized glove, one simple measurement using a measuring tape is all it takes to accurately find your size. Place the tip of the tape measure at the top of your middle finger (or which finger is longest) and measure all the way down to the bottom of your palm. Record this measurement and multiply by two. This will be roughly the size of glove you need. Compare your height, weight and age to the charts provided on each model as well to find your best fit.