GN200 Batting Gloves
GN200 Batting Gloves
Looking for a beautiful batting glove with an old school look but contemporary performance? This is the GN200 Batting Glove.
Featuring the red diamond design made famous by Gray-Nicolls in the early 1990’s, the GN200 gloves match our retro Originals Collection.
These lightweight gloves are ideal for club or junior cricket, and feature a split finger design which have the dual benefits of fantastic fit and comfort.
The gloves feature a duo layer of foam – impact and diffuser – which ensure any impact is negated, perfect peace of mind for a parent watching their child at the crease.
We’ve used a lightweight synthetic material to ensure we keep these gloves as easy to use as possible. Grade three leather palms will be durable even after a season’s use, ensuring these gloves provide great value for money.
- Playing Level: Club
- Features: Lightweight split finger design for excellent fit and comfort
- Protection Features: Duo-layer: Lightweight high impact foam, diffuser foam
- Side Bar Protection: Shield EVA
- Materials: Lightweight synthetic, grade three leather palm, double sided wrist band
- Protection: 2 star
- Sizes: XSJ, SJ, J, Y, A
- Colour Options: White only
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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.