Hammer PRO White Cricket Balls

Hammer PRO White Cricket Balls

People have always wondered, if baseballs and cricket balls are so similar then why are cricket balls so expensive and baseballs are relatively cheap? Here is the Hammer pro white cricket ball.

Hammer pro cricket ball

 

Hammer pro white cricket ball

Hammer pro white cricket ball

Firstly, it is worthwhile noting that cricket balls and baseballs are very different. Cricket balls have to endure much longer duration of play then baseballs. All the while, a cricket ball cannot show signs of splitting or capitulation as changing of the ball is a rarity in cricket.
The Hammer PRO White Cricket Balls is a huge stride towards bringing down the prices of quality cricket balls. A cheap cricket ball, usually breaks and shows early signs of wear and tear. This is not the case when it comes to quality cricket balls. This is where the Hammer PRO White Cricket Ball really has a huge advantage, in that, it is made of some high quality materials and shows great signs of durability but is a fraction of the price of other cricket balls of the same quality.
This has been a general trend with Hammer Cricket since their inception, they have been producing cricket gear of the highest quality at a fraction of the price of other brand cricket equipment of the same quality.

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Puma Platinum Stealth Cricket Bat

The Bat.

New to 2014, Puma has released a Puma Platinum Stealth Cricket Bat. With customers in mind, Puma has created this bat to be very similar to its popular Black Edition bat, but slightly less expensive.

The Puma Platinum Stealth Cricket Bat

The Puma Platinum Stealth Cricket Bat

Puma Platinum Stealth Cricket Bat has a very full profile, with nice large edges and a high spine. It’s an ideal player shape profile with lots of power behind every hit.

Features.

While on the heavier side, the Puma Platinum Stealth Cricket Bat still has a very nice pickup, thanks to the minimal bow and comfortable, slightly oval, handle. A solid piece of wood, bat is available from weights 2:10 to 2:13.

Sweetspot.

The sweet spot on Puma’s Platinum Stealth 2014 cricket bat is comfortably right in the middle. With little to no concaving, it’s a nice wide sweet spot as well. Check your cricket store for exact specs and to feel it out.

Now I’ve mentioned that this bat is very similar to Puma’s Black Edition, and it is. In terms of shape and profile, it’s nearly identical. The difference here is that for the Puma Platinum Stealth Cricket Bat, Puma has used a slightly lower grade English willow, allowing them to lower the cost and pass the savings on to the customer.

Don’t let the lower grade wood bother you; it’s still a great quality Puma bat. Puma has given its Platinum Stealth 2014 cricket bat a nice sleek look with shiny black and silver decals, with a black and silver handle to match.

Even though this bat is more affordable than the black edition, don’t expect it not to sell out. Head over to your favorite local cricket store to pick one up. While you’re there, don’t forget to check out these top brands: Gray Nicolls, Hammer Cricket, Gunn and Moore, Kookaburra, Affinity Cricket and Adidas Cricket. They’re all sure to impress.

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