SG Dazzler Cricket Batting Gloves


Regular price $55.00 $49.00 Sale

Polyurethane finger rolls
Nylon gusset for ventilation
Sponge-padded spacer mesh back for better fit and comfort
Extra finger protection reinforced with a Thermoplastic Polyurethane shell in the first two fingers of the lead hand with Hex Tech reinforced over flaps on top
Cotton filled finger rolls and split thumb
Palm is made from premium quality Cougar leather
Three-piece sidebars on lead hand
Extra leather patch on hard-wearing areas of the palm
Leather tip on thumb of both hands
Thumb with mesh lining and window for better ventilation
Perforation in palm fingers for air flow
Polyurethane embossed knuckles
Toweled wristband with embossed velcro® for perfect fit


“Batting Gloves For Master Batsmen.”
You Have The Fire. You Have The Practice. You Have The Experience. You Hold The Perfect Cricket Bat In Your Hands. But Do You Have The Right Batting Gloves?
Can You Imagine A Sunil Gavaskar . . . Virender Sehwag . . . Suresh Raina . . . Or Rahul Dravid Walking Out There Wearing The Wrong Pair?
Batting Gloves Should Be So Good That The Batsman Out In The Middle Virtually Forgets He Is Wearing Them. Comfort Is Important. But So Too Is Protection. And Durability? That's Important Too.
SG Makes Some Of The World's Best Cricket Gear. And That Includes Batting Gloves. Got Your Heart Set On Owning An SG English Willow Bat Or Already Own One? You Cannot Imagine How Useful A Pair Of The SG International Series Batting Gloves Can Be To You.
The International Series Is The Best-Of-The-Best Batting Gloves Created Especially For Top-Notch Batsmen. Sweat . . . Moisture . . . Stickiness . . . Poor Ventilation . . . Too Much Or Too Little Knuckle, Finger And Thumb Protection . . . And Other Nightmares Are Now All A Thing Of The Past.
As You Would Expect, The International Series Batting Gloves Are Made From Only The Finest Materials. SG Has A Panel Of Well-Known Cricketers Helping Us Stay One Step Ahead Of The Needs Of Cricketers Like You. In Other Words, The Gloves—Like Our Other Cricket Gear—Are Virtually Made By Cricketers For Cricketers.