Hammer Pro cricket batting gloves 2014
Hammer Pro cricket batting gloves 2014
New to 2014, Newbery has released its Newbery Kudos SPS Cricket Bat. This is an extremely well made bat, and handcrafted in England out of the finest grade 1+ English willow.
Find this bat at your cricket store, as well as other top quality cricket equipment from Gunn and Moore, Gray Nicolls, Slazenger Cricket, Kookaburra, and AdidasCricket.
Newbery has really taken care to make sure the Newbery Kudos SPS Cricket Bat is beautifully crafted, with no blemishes and a high number of grains. The decals on Newbery’s Kudos SPS bat are embossed and silver, but very subtle, and really showcase the quality of the wood.
In terms of shape, the Newbery Kudos SPS cricket bat has thick edges and a high spine, with a long mid-low middle. The Kudos SPS bat also has a good amount of wood in the hitting area, increasing the size of the middle sweet spot.
There is a bit of a weight range for the Newbery Kudos SPS cricket bat, but for the most part, the bats sit at around 2:8 to 2:12, a pretty standard weight for cricket bats. This bat has a very balanced feel, which increases bat speed and really creates an incredibly light pickup.
For some nice finishing touches, Newbery has included on its Kudos SPS cricket bat an oval handle, a Newbery Hammer Edge Sheet, and a toe guard. This bat is really great quality, down to the last detail, which is exactly what you’re going to see with all of Newbery’s cricket equipment.
Make sure to stop by your cricket store online to find this great 2014 cricket bat as well as other cricket equipment from these premium brands: Gunn and Moore, Gray Nicolls, Slazenger Cricket, Kookaburra, and Adidas Cricket.
As im sure many of you know im not a fan of the sausage finger due to the slight lack of flexibility in the gloves. But the fact remains that the Sausage finger design does give a better level of protection than the split finger design.
These SG RSD Supalite gloves are another fine example of the quality SG can put out. These not only look like quality but they really are. These same gloves with a Newbery label on would easily be double the price and as it is these are only $47 at www.cricketstoreonline.com.
RSD Supalite is one of the highest quality batting gloves in the International range. The palm of this glove is made from high quality leather. it has Imported polyurethane finger rolls. Nylon gusset for ventilation. Sponge-padded polyurethane back for better fit and comfort. Extra finger protection reinforced with a thermoplastic polyurethane insert in the first two fingers. Lightweight and rounded high-density foam finger rolls and split thumb. Three-piece sidebars on lead hand. Leather tabs on fingertips. Extra PITTARDS® leather patch on hard-wearing areas of the palm. Toweled wristband with embossed Velcro® fastener.
The Pittards feature on these gloves is one upgrade that is the current fashion in batting gloves and is a good feature i think. It covers the section on the palm that wears down the quickest so that will really help these gloves to last a bit longer.
SG are a force to be reckoned with this year. great job on these gloves guys.
This is a great set of gloves for $37. wow i wish i could produce gloves of this quality for this super low price. If you are on a tight budget, these are definitely the gloves for you. Available in regular mens as well as large mens size. The Excelite is a lightweight glove with a premium quality leather palm. Together the gloves weight just 12.3 oz. The RSD supalites are 11.5 oz but are $10 more so for this price, this is a light set of gloves.
These gloves have Premium quality PVC finger rolls. Nylon gusset for extra ventilation. Sponge-padded polyurethane back for better fit and comfort. Thermoplastic polyurethane insert in the first two sections of the lead two fingers for protection. Three-piece sidebars on lead hand. Premium leather on fingertips. Extra leather patch on hard-wearing areas of the palm. Toweled wristband with embossed Velcro® fastener.
Overall a good set of gloves. i normally prefer the block style split finger design, but feel on this pair that the split finger sections are just a little to long and doesn’t quite give me the flexibility i like to have in gloves i wear. And also feel because of this when you do grip the bat and the padded sections open up at the split that the gap is just a little to big for comfort and if the ball happens to strike you right on the split, you might actually feel the impact more than you would like. Even with this slight flaw, i think for this price these are awesome gloves. i cant remember when the last time i was wrapped on the fingers anyway, so what do i know right??
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