Oblivion Stealth 600 Batting Gloves
If you are looking for a high-quality batting glove to support you in club cricket, the Oblivion Stealth 600 Batting Glove would be perfect for you.
With stunning chrome and black design, featuring the same hexagonal motif that runs through the entire Oblivion family, the Stealth glove oozes class and style, but it much more than just looks.
Like the top glove in the range, the 600 also uses premium sheep leather on the palms, which offers superb feel and durable grip.
The gloves feature traditional, sausage-like fingers that allow for superb flexibility, aided by a Poly Armour overlay that adds another layer of protection against fast bowlers.
A two-section thumb enables you move to move your thumb freely, crucial for controlling the bat when making your shot.
Tri-layer protection offers peace of mind to batsmen, designed to distribute the impact of the ball throughout each layer, therefore reducing the effect the ball has by the time it reaches the hand.
The 600 glove is also available in GEM sizing, slightly smaller ideal for women's cricketers.
For a club player looking for high-class performance, get your hands in the Oblivion Stealth 600 this season.
- Premium sheep leather palm
- Traditional finger design with overlay Poly Armour
- Two section thumb
- Tri-layer protection
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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.