Salix has released the Salix Pod Arma Batting Gloves as its entry-level cricket gloves. While these cricket gloves are around the lower middle of Salix’s range, they’re very affordable, and you’re still getting great pieces of Salix cricket equipment for your money.
One thing that Salix has done a great job with in its Pod Arma batting cricket gloves is the air flow system. These cricket gloves are incredibly cool and comfortable, really allowing you to bat for a long period. On top of the mesh gussets and thumb vents, the Salix Pod Arma batting cricket gloves have extensive airflow on the sides, between each finger, and even on the back of the hand.
The Salix Pod Arma batting cricket gloves come very flexible and comfortable, and are ready to use right away. With a split finger and split thumb system, these cricket gloves really don’t need any working in before use. For the multiflex Pod Arma batting cricket gloves, Salix has used lightweight D7 merri-skin PU, and a soft sheepskin palm. Every little step Salix has taken with the Pod Arma batting gloves helps to make them comfortable and flexible.
Salix’s Pod Arma batting cricket gloves offer a good amount of protection, with the most focus and protection on the leading fingers. These cricket gloves are ideal for the club cricketer or youth cricketer in terms of protection. Salix has included on its Pod Arma batting cricket gloves extra protection on the back of the hand.
The Salix Pod Arma batting cricket gloves are in very traditional all-white coloring, so you don’t have to worry about clashing with other cricket equipment from Salix and these other top brands: Gunn and Moore, Gray Nicolls, Slazenger Cricket, Kookaburra, and Adidas Cricket.