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Size Guides

Please note all the below sizes are an estimated guide and should be taken as an approximate fit. This guide is published as assistance, not an alternative to actually trying on goods.

Cricket Bat Size Guide:

Choosing the correct size cricket bat is vital to the proper technical development of a young cricketer. If it is too long or too heavy it can hamper correct stroke play and good technique. Our junior bats are scaled down versions of the adult bats in both size and weight to ensure the best start to a young cricketers playing career.

Size of Bat Length of Bat Typical Height Typical Age
Size 4 30 inches 4ft 9in – 4ft 11in 9-10
Size 5 31 inches 4ft 11in – 5ft 2in 10-12
Size 6 32 inches 5ft 2in – 5ft 4in 12-13
Short Handle 33.5 inches 5ft 8in – 6ft 4in 15+
Long Handle 34.5 inches 6ft 4in and over 15+

Cricket Pads and Gloves Size Guide:

The way to measure for the correct length of pad is from the centre of the knee cap to the top of the foot. For gloves measure from the tip of your middle finger to the wrist. These measurements will give a good indication of the size needed but if you require further assistance please contact us.

Size of Pads Knee roll to instep size Typical Height Glove Size Typical Age
Boys 32 – 35 cm 4ft 6in – 5ft 17.5cm 9 – 12
Youths 36 – 38 cm 5ft – 5ft 7in 19cm 12 – 15
Mens 39 – 43 cm 5ft 7in and above   15+

Clothing Size Guide:

Size of Clothing Waist Size Chest Size
Large Boys 26/28 30/32
Youths 28/30 32/34
Small 30/32 34/36
Medium 32/34 38/40
Large 36/38 42/44
X Large 40 46/48
XX Large 42 50/52

Helmet Guide:

Size of Helmet Head size
XS Up to 540mm
S 540-570mm
M 570-610mm
L 600-630mm
XL 630-650mm