Paul explains what heartwood is on a cricket bat and how it affects looks, grading, performance and durability.
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Designer Hardwood Cricket Bat. Designer Hardwood is truly a fantastic material. Strong, beautiful, natural and inspiring. It can be used to build homes, create art and warm our bodies. A simple piece of wood has limitless potential. However, wood sources are unsustainable. The continued deforestation of our planet is contributing to destruction ...
Plain English Willow 14 Grain 3lbs Grade A Cricket Bat with a Sheet Protector Blade length: 22 inches Bat Length: 33.25 inches Blade Width: 4.5 inches Bat weight: 3 lbs Top Edge: 15mm Center Edge: 30mm(at thickest) Bottom Edge: 20mm This bat was originally a CA bat before I took the stickers off of it and was purchased from Sialkot.
The cricket bat is traditionally made from willow wood. One big advantage why willows are used because they are very tough and hard to break. They also have the shock resistant feature and doesn’t get easily dented or splintered by the impact of a cricket ball bump against it at a high pace.
English cricket bats have become expensive over the last 10 years as good quality English Willow is becoming increasingly hard to find. Adult English willow bat prices range are from £80 up to £750. Kashmir willow comes from India and is regarded as a harder wood and does not have the same playing performance i.e. a player will not experience the same shot power when striking the ball. Kashmir willow is usually used for lower range junior cricket bats priced under £50. All adult English ...
This is because cricket bats are mainly graded on looks. To give you an idea, the world’s leading cricket bat willow merchant, J.S. Wright & Sons, have a guide on their website, and below is an extract: “A Grade 1 is the best looking blade, though it will not necessarily play the best. There may be some red wood evident on the edge of the ...
In my opinion, cricket bats, as natural products, vary so much and cannot be judged so definitively. The only thing that you can be sure of with the grading system is that a grade one bat will look nicer than a grade two, three or four bat. This is because cricket bats are mainly graded on looks.