Import English Willow Bats : World’s finest English Willow hard pressed & traditionally shaped for superb strokes with web tape on front for extra protection. Handle shape- Traditional Round cane handle for Supreme grip and overall Bat control, Latest Shape With Massive concave TON Edges enable high impact with optimum performance.
English Willow Bats Specifications:
- Made from Selected Grade 2 English Willow.
- Air Dried Willow
- Latest Shape With Massive concave TON Edges enable high impact with optimum performance
- Embossed Chrome sticker with high quality Grip
- Wide Play area with Clean bat face
- Pride to be made in India
- Size : Standard
- Grains : 6-7
- Short Handle
- In Box contents : 1 English willow cricket bat with full cover
- Brand: DGE
- Product Type: Limited Edition 500 Cricket Bat
- Handle: Short Bat
- Size: 5Round handle
- Handle Material: Sarawak cane Concave edges & curved blade Huge edge with high rebound quality
- Weight: 1180 grams.- 1250 grams.
What is an English Willow Cricket Bat?
The traditional and most usually used wood is English willow, also known as Salix alba ‘Caerulea’. Its combination of toughness and lightness, as well as a decent resistance to splitting, makes it an excellent choice for cricket bats. The bounce of English willow is what gives a cricket stroke its ping as the ball rushes away. Finally, the fact that it is made of white willow gives it an edge because the wood is lighter in colour and has a smooth finish.
An English willow bat is ideal for delivering nice, sure hits with precise shots. When playing cricket, a good bat is quite important. Of course, a bat’s upkeep is important, but an English willow is no exception. The ball will speed around the ground 360 degrees if struck straight with an English willow cricket bat.
English willow is mostly planted in the United Kingdom (genuine English willow is only grown in the United Kingdom), typically in low-lying wetland areas, along river banks, and in coppices, as the name suggests. Trees can be ready to transform into bats in four years because it is a fast-growing wood.