Selecting the right equipment is essential to you performing your best.
The TC, DC and Burn ranges have all been re engineered for the 2020/21 season with you in mind.

To help you select the perfect range, fit and feel please follow the advice and guides below.

CRICKET BAT RANGE

DC

DC RANGE

Find the gaps and take your chances. The latest DC batting range is designed for the dynamic batter. Well suited for the stroke-makers who like to score all around the wicket.

TC

TC RANGE

Developed for the traditional cricketer that is looking to be at the crease for sustained periods. Take it to the opposition bowlers, work the ball around the field and show your class with the latest TC batting range.

Burn

BURN RANGE

The lightweight BURN batting range means you won’t be short of time when facing pace. Easy to maneuverer, enabling you to get into position quickly.

DC RANGE

Find the gaps and take your chances. The latest DC batting range is designed for the dynamic batter. Well suited for the stroke-makers who likes to score all around the wicket.

TC RANGE

Developed for the traditional cricketer that is looking to be at the crease for sustained periods. Take it to the opposition bowlers, work the ball around the field and show your class with the latest TC batting range.

BURN RANGE

The lightweight BURN batting range means you won’t be short of time when facing pace. Easy to maneuverer, enabling you to get into position quickly.

BAT WEIGHT AND SIZE GUIDE

LIGHT
2LBS 6OZ - 2LBS - 7OZ
1075GMS - 1105GMS
MEDIUM
2LBS 8OZ - 2LBS - 10OZ
1135GMS - 1190GMS
HEAVY
2LBS 11OZ OR HEAVIER
1220GMS+

MATERIALS

ENGLISH WILLOW

This is a soft, fibrous timber. This type of willow is the preferred choice for the majority of bat manufacturers due to its high performance affect when striking the ball. Regardless of type however, willow will become damaged and prone to breakages over time. The cricket bat can become scarred, bruised and dented due to the nature of the game and the frequent, high intense impacts of the ball hitting the cricket bat.

KASHMIR WILLOW

Kashmir willow comes from India. This is largely utilised by cricket bat manufacturers as a substitute for English Willow. The Kashmir willow is regarded as a harder wood and in comparison to English willow does not have the same performance effect i.e. a player will not experience the same "sweet spot" when striking the ball. Kashmir willow will only be used for lower range and priced cricket bats. It is unlikely that a regular adult player, playing at a reasonable standard, would choose to use a Kashmir willow cricket bat.

CRICKET BAT SIZE GUIDE

BAT SIZE

HEIGHT (CM)
88
86
85
84
82
80
78
76
72
68
64
WIDTH (CM)
11
11
11
10.51
01
01
09
.5
98
.5
8.5
HAND SIZE
LB
SH
SS
SA
H6
-
54
-
32
-
1
AGE
15+
15+
15+
14+
12-14
10-11
8-9
7-8
6-7
5-6
4-5
PLAYER HEIGHT
1.75+
1.75+
1.68
TO
1.75
1.68
TO
1.75
1.63
TO
1.75
1.57
TO
1.63
1.50
TO
1.57
1.44
TO
1.50
1.37
TO
1.44
1.29
TO
1.37
0
TO
1.29

THE SWEET SPOT EXPLAINED

Every batter knows that there is a special spot on a bat where the shot feels best. It sometimes feels so good that there is almost no sensation at all when the bat hits the ball. The sweet spot on a cricket bat is defined as the point where the ball receives maximum acceleration. Some players prefer cricket bats with a large bow whereas others don't. Increasingly, professional players' preference is for a larger bow and thicker edges to better meet the rigors of the modern game. The size of the bow can have an impact on the pick-up of the cricket bat, as an increased bow can often result in the cricket bat having a heavier pick-up. Some bows are higher or lower down the bat depending on batsman's hitting style, or to reflect the pitches which you play on.

High

HIGH

Suitable for players who like to play horizontal bat shots, cuts and pull shots. Lighter pick-up.

Medium

MEDIUM

Suitable for players who like to play off the centre of the bat.
This accounts for 80-90% of batsmen.

Low

LOW

Suitable for players who like to hit straight. Preference to play ground strokes and off the front foot.

High

HIGH

Suitable for players who like to play horizontal bat shots, cuts and pull shots. Lighter pick-up.

Medium

MEDIUM

Suitable for players who like to play off the centre of the bat.
This accounts for 80-90% of batsmen.

Low

LOW

Suitable for players who like to hit straight. Preference to play ground strokes and off the front foot.

CRICKET GLOVE RANGE

DC

DC RANGE

Fully flexible and breathable material. You'll have all the protection you need. Try these on for size. The latest DC gloves will be the perfect fit for the new aged cricketer wanting to play dynamic shots.

TC

TC RANGE

Tradition meets technology. You'll be in safe hands with the latest TC gloves. Breathable and perfectly positioned splits for the player who wants to get a grip on their game.

Burn

BURN RANGE

This lightweight glove has been developed to ensure players have complete feel on the bat handle, without sacrificing protection. The BURN glove has been designed for the player wanting the ultimate combination of comfort and strength.

DC RANGE

Fully flexible and breathable material. You'll have all the protection you need. Try these on for size. The latest DC gloves will be the perfect fit for the new aged cricketer wanting to play dynamic shots.

TC RANGE

Tradition meets technology. You'll be in safe hands with the latest TC gloves. Breathable and perfectly positioned splits for the player who wants to get a grip on their game.

BURN RANGE

This lightweight glove has been developed to ensure players have complete feel on the bat handle, without sacrificing protection. The BURN glove has been designed for the player wanting the ultimate combination of comfort and strength.

CRICKET PAD RANGE

DC

DC RANGE

Keep cool in the heat of battle. The DC pads have been put together to allow dynamic cricketers complete control over their legs and footwork when facing both spin and pace.

TC

TC RANGE

The ultimate protection, matched by the ultimate comfort. Developed with a traditional style player in mind, the TC pad range is the key to facing fast bowlers with the upmost confidence.

Burn

BURN RANGE

Light in weight, heavy on comfort protection. The BURN pad will ensure you have no troubles and are full of confidence when out at the crease.

DC RANGE

Keep cool in the heat of battle. The DC pads have been put together to allow dynamic cricketers complete control over their legs and footwork when facing both spin and pace.

TC RANGE

The ultimate protection, matched by the ultimate comfort. Developed with a traditional style player in mind, the TC pad range is the key to facing fast bowlers with the upmost confidence.

BURN RANGE

Light in weight, heavy on comfort protection. The BURN pad will ensure you have no troubles and are full of confidence when out at the crease.

CRICKET SIZING MATRIX

BATTING GLOVES, LEG GUARDS & THIGH GUARDS

LR
LARGE RIGHT HAND
LL
LARGE LEFT HAND
AR
ADULT RIGHT HAND
AL
ADULT LEFT HAND
SAR
SMALL ADULT RIGHT HAND
SAL
SMALL ADULT LEFT HAND
YR
JUNIOR RIGHT HAND
YL
JUNIOR LEFT HAND
JR
JUNIOR RIGHT HAND
JL
JUNIOR LEFT HAND
SJR
SMALL JUNIOR RIGHT HAND
SJL
SMALL JUNIOR LEFT HAND

LEG GUARDS

A
ADULT TWIN
SA
SMALL ADULT TWIN
Y
YOUTH TWIN
J
JUNIOR TWIN
SJ
SMALL JUNIOR TWIN

ACCESSORIES

A
ADULT
Y
YOUTH
J
JUNIOR
SJ
SMALL JUNIOR

CRICKET FOOTWEAR SIZE & WIDTH GUIDE

Having the right fit is essential to performing your best, no matter what your activity.
That's why New Balance offers the majority of our shoes in multiple widths, from Standard D
to extra-extra wide (4E). We're the only manufacturer to offer so many width options, ensuring you the
best possible fit. Our shoes are sold in US sizes, which are the equivalent of AU sizes.

D
2E
4E
STANDARD
WIDE
X-WIDE
US
Men
US
Women
UK
EU
Length
(cm)
4
5.5
3.5
36
22
4.5
6
4
37
22.5
5
6.5
4.5
37.5
23
5.5
7
5
38
23.5
6
7.5
5.5
38.5
24
6.5
8
6
39.5
24.5
7
8.5
6.5
40
25
7.5
9
7
40.5
25.5
8
9.5
7.5
41.5
26
8.5
10
8
42
26.5
9
10.5
8.5
42.5
27
9.5
11
9
43
27.5
10
11.5
9.5
44
28
10.5
12
10
44.5
28.5
11
12.5
10.5
45
29
11.5
13
11
45.5
29.5
12
13.5
11.5
46.5
30
12.5
14
12
47
30.5
13
15
12.5
47.5
31
14
-
13.5
49
32
15
-
14.5
50
33
16
-
15.5
51
34
17
-
16.5
52
35
18
-
17.5
53
36
19
-
18.5
54
37
20
-
19.5
55
38

Kid's Shoe Widths

M
W
STANDARD
WIDE

Little Kid

 | 4-8 Years

US
Kids
Shoe
Type
Length
(in)
UK
Kids
EU
Kids
US
Women
US
Men
10.5
Pre-School
658
10
28
-
-
11
Pre-School
634
10.5
28.5
-
-
11.5
Pre-School
7
11
29
-
-
12
Pre-School
718
11.5
30
-
-
12.5
Pre-School
714
12
30.5
-
-
13
Pre-School
712
12.5
31
-
-
13.5
Pre-School
758
13
32
-
-
1
Pre-School
734
13.5
32.5
-
-
1.5
Pre-School
8
1
33
3
1.5
2
Pre-School
818
1.5
33.5
3.5
2
2.5
Pre-School
814
2
34.5
4
2.5
3
Pre-School
812
2.5
35
4.5
3

Big Kid

 | 8-12 Years

US
Kids
Shoe
Type
Length
(in)
UK
Kids
EU
Kids
US
Women
US
Men
3.5
Grade School
858
3
35.5
5
3.5
4
Grade School
834
3.5
36
5.5
4
4.5
Grade School
9
4
37
6
4.5
5
Grade School
918
4.5
37.5
6.5
5
5.5
Grade School
914
5
38
7
5.5
6
Grade School
912
5.5
38.5
7.5
6
6.5
Grade School
958
6
39
8
6.5
7
Grade School
934
6.5
39.5
8.5
7

What size are you?

  • The standard Men's width is "D". For Women, the standard width is "B". If the majority of shoes you own fit adequately, these are the widths you should select.

  • If the shoes you own tend to feel overly spacious in width, you should consider selecting a narrower width size. If the shoes you own tend to feel noticeably narrow or snug, then you should consider selecting a wider width size.

  • If your feet seem "between" sizes and you cannot decide which size to select, we suggest you choose the larger size. You can make adjustments for a better fit with socks, insoles, or a different lacing pattern.

Sizing Tips

  • Your heel should fit snug with no slipping. The midfoot of the shoe under your arch and over the top of your foot should be snug but not tight. You should have enough room in the toe box to wiggle your toes. New Balance shoes are made to fit directly out of the box. They do not need to be broken in.

  • People are more than twice as likely to buy a shoe that is too small than too big. Clues that your shoes are too small or narrow include - foot cramping or "falling asleep" while running or just after running or the formation of blisters and calluses between or on your toes.

  • Feet typically get bigger with age. We encourage you to have your feet measured every year. Women's feet often become a half-size (or more) larger after pregnancy.

  • Your left and right feet may differ in length or width as much as a full size. Be sure to measure and try shoes on both feet, and always buy shoes to fit your larger foot.

  • If your feet seem "between" sizes and you cannot decide which size to select, we suggest you choose the larger size. You can make adjustments for a better fit with socks, insoles, or a different lacing pattern.

  • Since feet always swell during the day, we encourage you to try shoes on later in the day when your feet are at their largest.

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