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Cricketers are another type of pad that is always worn. The bowler's leg was adorned with a thigh pad. The thigh pad will be worn on the left leg by the right-handed batsman, and vice versa for the left-handed batsman. The guard is held in place by two straps around the waist and inner thighs.
However, modern thigh guards are quite different from their ancestors. They are small in size and cover both thighs. Like leg pads, they are pre-sized in PU castings from high-density foam. The front thigh is larger than the back thigh, which protects the inner thigh more than the back thigh.
Gone are the days when a cricket batting pad had to take care of the wicket in a pair of batting pads. The Cricket Store stocks some of the best quality and most comfortable Keeping pads available online. These best cricket pads have extra soft padding in the velcro straps to ensure that the keeper is comfortable even after spending several hours on the field.
The wicketkeeper pads stocked by Cricket Store Online include:
A protector needs to be humble in the crotch and fast on his feet, all of these light weight batting pads still endure while offering the necessary protection.
The design of pads has changed a lot over the years. In fact, they were made of leather to test and fight hard balls, and the protection offered was minimal. Construction has come a long way, and modern pads are great, but only if you understand what you're buying.
Leather pads are a thing of the past. You are more likely to see polyurethane (PU), high-density foam, and other materials such as PVC as well as cane. Many brands have their own methods of making pads. Modern technology means they weigh less than previous pads while you still get plenty of protection. They are also more durable and can withstand the conditions.
Some of the more expensive models also use inserts such as high-density carbon and even Kevlar materials, but this will increase the cost.
Trust us when we say you want lots of padding. If you hit a cricket ball bowled at 70 mph and you don't have proper protection, it will hurt.
Foam is used for padding in most cases, and the best cricket batting pads strategically place this foam to ensure that it protects your shin and lower leg. Padding is what protects your legs, but if too much of it can get in the way. Choose a model with high-density padding that's secure yet compact.
Cricket pads can be divided into two types based on the use of cricket players.
A batting pad is also known as a batting legguard. Batting lagguards are used by cricket batsmen during batting. Cricket batting leg guards are an essential part of any cricketer's safety equipment.
Batting pads come in different sizes viz
Adult Cricket Batting Pads
Senior Cricket Pads
junior Cricket Pads
A wicket-keeping laggard is used by the wicketkeeper during fielding. Cricket wicket-keeping pads are an essential part of any wicketkeeper's protective equipment.
Like batting pads, wicket keeping leg guards also come in the same size.
Both batting leg guards and wicket keeping leg guards have common features with slight variations in cricket pads. There are general definitions of batting leg guard / wicket keeping leg guard that need to be known such as leg guard face, leg guard knee roll, leg guard top hat, leg guard wing, and leg guard straps.
The face of a cricket wicket keeping pad/batting pad generally takes up the largest surface area of cricket pads and is usually made up of several vertically spaced sections. These vertical sections allow the pad to wrap around the shin, making it easier for cricket players to run and roll in. Each vertical section includes a can shaft for stiffness with any number of padding materials to act as shock absorbers. Generally, batting pads have 7 vertical sections. Wicketkeeping pads have comparatively fewer vertical sections.
The knee roll of cricket wicket keeping leg guards/batting leg guards has two main purposes which include offering better protection around vulnerable knee joints and secondly allowing the pad to bend and flex in conjunction with the rest of the leg. The knee roll is divided into several horizontal sections, which include a padding material. Unlike cricket batting leg guards, wicket keeping leg guards are designed all together without knee rolls.
The top hat is the area of the leg guards/batsman's leg guards above the roll of the knee on a cricket wicket, which serves to protect the lower thigh from the impact of the cricket ball. The top is often integral to the face of the cricket pad. Some cricket wicket keeping leg guards are designed where knee roll is considered excessive.
Wings are placed on the outside of each cricket pad to offer an extra wrap-around for protection. Cricket wicketkeeping leg guards usually do not have wings as the wicket keeper stands in front of the stumps. The batting leg guard ensures that the wing design provides protection for the most at-risk areas, while not adding weight by adding protection where it is not needed. In the case of cheap cricket leg guards, they are ambivalent, capable of protecting batsmen of any skill level, but can prove overwhelming for cricketers.
Cricket batting leg guards/wicket-keeping leg guards straps are used to hold the cricket pad tightly to the leg of the cricket batsmen. Traditionally batting leg guards/wicket-keeping leg guards were secured to the leg using leather straps and metal buckles, which proved bulky and uncomfortable. The straps of modern batting pads/wicket-keeping pads are cushioned, extra wide, secure, and comfortable fit with velcro. Batting leg guards have either two straps or three straps depending on the weight of the cricket leg guard. A wicket-keeping leg guard has only two straps.
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