GN100 Batting Gloves
GN100 Batting Gloves
Looking for the perfect starter glove for you or your child’s first foray into cricket? The GN100 batting gloves are an ideal place to begin.
With good protection at a brilliant price, your first introduction to hardball cricket can be pain free.
Our pre curved finger design ensures you’ll be able to use your new gloves straight out of the packet, while tri-layer protection will diffuse the impact of any blows that you get to the hand.
The select leather palm ensures this will be a durable glove, comfortably lasting the season ensuring these do really pass the value test, while the double-sided wrist band will ensure you keep cool when the going gets tough at crease
Start your cricketing journey in style this summer with the GN100 Batting Gloves.
- Playing Level: Club
- Features: Classic pre curved finger design
- Protection Features: Tri-layer: Fibre shield on first two fingers, classic cotton padding with diffuser foam soft fill layer
- Side Bar Protection: None
- Materials: Lightweight synthetic, select leather palm,
- double sided wrist band.
- Protection: 2 star
- Sizes: XSJ, SJ, J, Y and A
- Colour Options: White only
Every UK order gets FREE shipping.
UK customers get FAST & FREE shipping via UPS or DPD - usually with you in 2 working days.
Embellished products such as club teamwear are manufactured to order and take a few days to make before shipping. See the message under the "add to cart" button for an estimate.
Rates for international shipments vary depending on country. See our delivery page for more information
We offer FREE Returns for UK customers. Simply use our self service tool to generate a return label and drop it off at your local UPS drop-off (thousands across the UK)
We offer a 30 day window to return your product.
Customers from other countries - please see our returns page for more information.
GLOVE SIZE GUIDE
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Check your size carefully before you buy to ensure a comfortable fit. To measure your glove size, start of the wrist and measure to the tip of your middle finger (the longest one) in a straight line.