There is no denying the fact that cricket has become a passion sport in many nations across the world though the game was said to have been initially played only in England.
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There is no denying the fact that cricket has become a passion sport in many nations across the world – though the game was said to have been initially played only in England.
It is possible to buy all types of good quality cricket equipments – right from cricket shoes to bats to gloves to cricket balls – either physically shopping around or online.
The list of cricket equipments include Cricket Bats, Batting Gloves, Helmets, cricket balls, Elbow Guards, Chest Guards, Thigh Pads, Wicket Keeping Gloves, Wicket Keeping Pads, Batting Pads, Cricket Stumps/Wickets etc.
The manufacturers claim that they bestow the necessary care and attention when making cricket clothing; footwear and cricket gear to ensure they are supportive, functional, and comfortable to wear and economically priced.
Any physical discomfort in clothing can adversely affect the performance of a cricketer in the field.
It is also good to know about the sturdy base layers worn by players underneath clothing. They include base layer leggings, shorts, long sleeve items, tights, etc - mostly made of nylon, polyester, lycra and elastane with antibacterial properties.
When buying cricket shoes, make sure they feature special spikes which lend support and stability to foot movements. You can buy full spike, half spike, multi spike shoes created for various levels of cricketers.
Cricket balls are of red or white color with cork base. The cork base is then wrapped in twine and further covered with leather. The standard cricket ball has a circumference of 23 cm (9 inches).
First, you must find out the size of cricket bat you will be most comfortable using. The length of the bat should not be longer than 38 inches. The blade and the handle are the two parts of the bat that you should specifically take interest to examine.
It is also necessary to choose the perfect handle length – be it long or short - and the diameter that is appropriate to your height and size of hand. English willow is widely acknowledged as the best material for the blade.