Select Paladin Cricket Bat
Packed with the ultimate balance between performance, pick up and class!
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Crafted using only the finest genuine English Willow grown in the UK, the Paladin uses an optimal balance between performance and pick-up, using a mid-high sweet-spotted, full shaped profile. Minimal concaving allows for a more forgiving centre often associated with a superb performing cricket bat, also giving forgiveness on timing. Whether you are an aggressive player or not, this bat's large profile should always aid you in clearing the boundaries.
Handcrafted with total care and attention in the UK by our master craftsman to bring the very best out of the willow. Much of our willow is grown within our very own county, processed and then handcrafted to the finest standards to not only keep costs down, but also produce you the very best bat.
✅ Mid to High Sweetspot
✅ All bats are 100% UK handmade & grown from the finest English Willow. 🇬🇧
✅ Exceptional performance/ping, with all bats being made with minimal concaving, to give a wide & forgiving sweetspot.
✅ Huge Profile - Edge and spine sizing often made to the very maximum the MCC regulations will allow us, depending on weight (produced in line with MCC law 5.7.2)
✅ Small duckbill toe (for superb balance)
✅ A combination of unbelievable performance, astonishing size & attention to detail, and exceptional pick up will leave you amazed at the skill of the batmaker.
✅ Finished with premium 3D embossed Matt Black stickers with some glossy, chrome effect to them, along with a classy texture. Debatably some of the classiest stickers on the market. 🇬🇧
✅ Complete with matching plain white grip
✅ Anti Scuff Sheet, Linseed Oiling, Double Grip, Toe Guards & even Knocking In available
✅ We do allow our customers to hand pick where possible, so please contact us and we'd be more than happy to help
Size: Short Handle (other sizes available upon request, please contact us)
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