MB Bubber Sher English Willow Cricket Bat Shahid Afridi

Model: JH-K013
Place of Origin: Zhejiang,China (Mainland)
Place of Origin:: Zhejiang,China
Type:: Cricket Bat
Availability:: Natural Finish or Paint Finish
material: Fine English Willow
Usage Range:: For cricket practice or training outdoor
Color: Various colors available

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Product Description

Payment & Shipping Terms Supply Capacity
Unit Price:0.3~15.0 USDProduction Capacity:50000
Trade Term:FOBPacking:PP Bag
Payment Terms:L/C, T/T, WUDelivery Date:30-45 Days
Min. Order:1000 Piece/Pieces
Means of Transport:Ocean, Air, Land

MB Bubber Sher English Willow Cricket Bat Shahid Afridi
MB Bubber Sher English Willow Cricket Bat Shahid Afridi
Specifications
Made Of Unique English Willow,With 9+ Grains
Stout Edges With Extra Meat in the middle

Product Detail
Made Of Unique English Willow,With 9+ Grains
Stout Edges With Extra Meat in the middle
Responsive & Trustworthy
Superb Balance and Pickup
Weight: From 2lb 7oz to 3lb
Pre-knocked,Fitted with Toe Guard and Clear Face Tape
Size: SH, LH, LB
Available in very Limited Quantity only

MB Bubber Sher English Willow Cricket Bat Shahid Afridi
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MB Bubber Sher English Willow Cricket Bat Shahid Afridi
MB Bubber Sher English Willow Cricket Bat Shahid Afridi

MB Bubber Sher English Willow Cricket Bat Shahid Afridi

Hand Shaping
The blade is shaped by 'pulling off' the willow with the draw knife. The bat makers will leave maximum wood in the driving area whilst working the blade to establish the balance that is associated with the finest handmade bats. The coarse cuts of the draw knife are smoothed using wooden planes and the shoulders and handle are seamlessly blended with the spoke-shave. The toe is very carefully shaped to a distinctive angle for strength and protection.

As with all the other stages of production, the hand shaping is absolutely unique to each bat. During the shaping, the bat will be removed from the vice and tested for balance and form by the bat maker, using his knowledge of the game as a point of reference for balance and pick-up.

Sanding
Once shaped, the bat will be both course and fine sanded. This is achieved through various drum sanding and belt sanding machines, but as with the shaping, the sanding is dependant upon the eye and skill of the craftsman. The characteristic finish of a Glide bat can be attributed to very fastidious sanding, which has always been a point of pride.

Once the bat has been shaped and sanded, the last element in blending handle and blade together seamlessly is to rasp the handle. This again is a very skilled process and is essential in obtaining the right feel to the bat.

The handle naturally becomes subtly oval and the shape is set before binding and gripping. If the handle is not shaped correctly at this stage then no amount of binding or gripping will make the bat feel good.

Binding
The handle is bound with Irish linen thread which is applied on a custom made binding lathe. The bat is mounted in the lathe which is controlled using a foot treadle; the handle is brushed with glue and whipped with the twine which provides strength at the top of the splice and throughout the length of the handle.

The handles are then left to dry before the next stage which is labelling the bats.

The bound bats are then brought through into the finishing room to be very carefully labelled with our Australian made labels. As with most of the components in the bats, the labels are again a specialist product manufactured for us in Australia but which we design ourselves right up to cutting out. The labels truly express us as a brand and our in house design enables us to develop ideas and artwork throughout the season. Labelling is time consuming and must be precise to emphasise the profile and finish of each bat.

Gripping
Finally, English made latex rubber grips are fitted to the handle. These are made for us in a specialist factory which produces traditional rubber grips - these look and feel totally different from imported grips, with a depth of colour which is essential to the final finish. All our bats then undergo a final quality inspection and ready for the customer to collect.

With each bat is carried the hope that the time and effort we expend will be rewarded by the owner's care and attention, and great success at the wicket.

If you are interested in any of our products or would like to discuss a custom order, please feel free to contact us

Category: Wooden Cricket Bat