There are three types of “Cricket Gloves”

Depending on how the players play.

  1. Gloves for Cricket Batting
  2. Wicket keeping Cricket Gloves
  3. Cricket gloves for the inner game

Cricket Gloves Batting

The cricket batsman uses gloves during the batting phase of the game. Gloves are used by cricket batsmen to provide warmth, comfort, protection from blisters, better grip, and shock absorption while hitting the cricket ball.

There are many sizes of batting gloves available, including small boy batting gloves, youth size batting gloves, large men’s batting gloves and large boys gloves.

Sportskhel offers authorized Batting gloves from brands like GN batting glove, Legend batting glove, Kookaburra batting glove, RNS batting hands, SG batting hand, SS batting hands.

Two profiles can be made for Cricket Gloves

  1. Traditional batting gloves
  2. Modern batting gloves

Modern gloves have finger cuts. Traditional batting gloves do not have finger cuts. Traditional gloves have a single, full-length finger padding. Because they are filled with cotton, they are usually heavy.

Modern batting gloves offer greater flexibility and protection. Comfort can be attributed to a combination of flexibility, feel, and ventilation. Modern gloves can also be found in traditional shapes, which are filled with foam. They are therefore lighter than the natural world.

During the fielding phase of cricket, wicketkeepers use wicket keeping gloves. Wicket keeping gloves are used by players to catch and field cricket balls that have been hit by a batsman, or thrown by teammates.

Wicket keeping gloves are available in a variety of sizes, including a men’s size, youth size, and a boys size batting glove.

Sportskhel is an authorized dealer for Wicket keeping gloves from brands like SS wicket keeping hands, SG wicket keeping hands, RNS wicket keeping glove, Kookaburra wicket keep gloves, GN keeping fingers, GM wicket keeping hand.

You need to be familiar with the terms used in wicket keeping gloves: palm padding, palm padding and finger end caps.

The palm lining of wicket keeping gloves is the part of the glove that comes in contact with the palm. The lining is located directly below the area where the cricket ball is caught. It is essential that the inner part of the wicket keeping glove be soft and comfortable to prevent rubbing and chaffing. Palm lining can be made from leather or cotton.

Both wicket keepers and batsmen use inner gloves. While inner gloves are a preference for batsmen, they are mandatory for wicket keepers. Inner gloves are the first barrier between your hands, your wicket keeping gloves, and your hands. They provide additional shock absorption and a snugger fit.

Different materials are used for inner gloves

Cotton Inner Gloves are a simple cotton glove that offers improved moisture control and fit.

Cotton Padded Inner gloves are cotton gloves made from simple cotton with additional padding on the fingers and palms for better moisture control and shock absorption.