Modern cricket bat have flat toe bottom, sharp edge and filled back profile. Some profiles ...
Fraser from the Greg Chappell Cricket Centre discusses the differences in styles of cricket bat profiles.Take a look at http://www.cricketcentre.com.au/page/...
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Cricket bats are the specialized equipment used by the cricket players. Cricket bats may come in different sizes but the length of the cricket bat may be no more than 38 inches and the width no more than 4.25 inches. Cricket Bats are used by professional, Club, and beginners batsman. The cricket bats are made for different style of play.
The softball cricket bat is only used for gully cricket and is not used in international cricket. This bat is manufactured with soft rubber, & excellent wood or fibre. Professional players do not utilise these sorts of cricket bats. Softball cricket bats are less expensive than Kashmir and English willow bats.
Different sizes of cricket bat are available in the market. Every cricket bat can’t be more than 38 inches and width can’t be more than 4.25 inches. There are different types of cricket bats which are made for various style of play cricket. Different Types of Cricket Bats – 1. English Willow Bat
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If a bat with low quality English willow cleft having 2-3 grains, edge thickness with 36 mm, concave profile and middle sweet spot position then it will give best in class cricket bat performance. This type of cricket bat will give best performance even with used cricket ball. These bats will be suitable for beginners.
Adidas Incurza Cricket Bat (Source: Amazon) Adidas Incurza has been designed and manufactured by use of premium level-1 English Willow. The 38.40 mm thick large edge with a square face makes the bat one of the best cricket bats in the world. Whereas a rubber toe guard protects the bat from getting damaged in any case. 11. Gray – Nicolls Viper
According to a study published in The Journal of Sports Engineering and Technology by Dr. Darshil Shah and Ben TInkler-Davies of the University of Cambridge, cricket bats made of wood from the bamboo plant provide higher strength than a traditional willow bat and hence, can be thinner and lighter than a willow bat, providing strength similar to a willow bat. The bamboo bat the researchers used was a specially made prototype laminated bat made by sticking layers of bamboo wood together.