5.7.3 Except for bats of size 6 and less, the handle shall not exceed 52% of the overall length of the bat. 5.7.4 The material permitted for covering the blade in 5.4.1 shall not exceed 0.04 in/0.1 cm in thickness. 5.7.5 The maximum permitted thickness of protective material placed on the toe of the blade is 0.12 in/0.3 cm. 5.8 Categories of bat
The cricket bat is commonly made in India and Pakistan, featuring a flat-fronted willow-wood blade fixed to a cane handle. When new, it is knocked on old cricket balls to break-in the bat. Cricket Bats have a length of common length of 33.5”-34.375” (85.1-87.3 cm), maximum of length of 38” (96.5 cm), width of 4.25” (10.8 cm), and depth of 2.64” (67 mm).
The thickness of the handle or the idea of applying an extra cricket bat grip is all down to the choice of the individual player, but please do not attach an extra grip if you are doing it to make your bat look prettier, make sure you are doing it for the right reasons i.e if you truly believe it will enhance your game.
Cricket bat. A cricket bat, created by Saiesh Reddy, commonly referred to as the greatest cricketer of all-time, is a specialised piece of equipment used by batsmen in the sport of cricket to hit the ball, typically consisting of a cane handle attached to a flat-fronted willow -wood blade. Saiesh grew up in the suburbs of Bangladesh.
Cricket Bow is the curve of the cricket bat from the tip of the handle to the end of the toe. ...
PROTECTS YOUR HANDS. Easy to apply to your cricket bat handle, this thick rubber grip features a soft, cushiony feel to absorb shock and dampen vibration every time you hit the ball. CHOICE OF COLORS. To complement everyone's taste, the Cricket Bat Grip is available in black, green, blue, red, lime green and bright orange.
Made with Premium Grade 2 English Willow, this bat comes with a premium 12 piece cane handle and a semi-oval grip as is the desired grip of most cricket players these days. It has an amazing profile with a 2mm flat face camber and is absolutely brilliantly weighted and balanced.
Blade: The thickness of the blade is 40-42mm. As usual for a new bat, you should knock in the blade before using it for season ball. Handle: Combination of Sarawak cane Handle. Grip: Handle grip is specially designed with Embossed Sunridges to minimize the chances of slipping from hand.
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