|Warranty||90 days for skate boot, 365 days for holder & runner||Period of time the product is covered by manufacturer's warranty|
|Runner Type||SpeedBlade Stainless Steel||Type of runners|
|Tongue Material||10mm Black Felt Tongue||Material used in tongue of the skate|
|Boot Construction||Composite||Materials used in boot|
|Quarter Package||Injected w/ Composite Skin||Materials used in skate's quarter package|
|Liner Material||TotalDri Liner w/ Abrasion Resistant Zones||Type of inner liner material|
|Outsole Material||Injected Outsole w/ Exhaust System||Type of material the outsole is made of|
|Footbed||CCM Anatomical Response||Type/Brand of footbed in each boot|
|Fit Type||Standard||Fit characteristics of the product|
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Built with the beginner or weekend warrior in mind, the CCM JetSpeed Xtra Skates come in at a stunning price point. Based off the JetSpeed FT360 skates, the Xtras improved on the liner, tongue and eyelets to provide extreme comfort from top to bottom. Fully thermoformable, the JetSpeed Xtra allows for maximum speed and tremendous cornering.
With the TotalDri Liner you see among the top-end skates in the JetSpeed line, the Xtras resist abrasion at all costs, allowing you to move comfortably without reactionary movement from your boot. The 10mm Black Felt Tongue and brass eyelets allow for a better feel while playing and lacing them up, and the RocketFrame composite boot is durable and sturdy, yet lightweight to keep you moving quickly. The TPU outsole includes exhaust features to keep your feet drier for longer, and the injected composite skin on the quarters provide structural stiffness.
The SpeedBlade 4.0 holder is standard with the top-of-the-line JetSpeed skates, and the Xtra is no exception. The SB stainless runner allows for a long-term performance grade, keeping spare change in your pocket from constant sharpening.
CCM senior skates will generally fit 1.5 sizes down from your shoe size. For example, a size 6.5 skate would be recommended for an 8.0 shoe size.