The Kookaburra 1250L wicket keeping gloves features traditional 'long cut' cuff with cane inserts, premium aniline sheep leather, unique Kookaburra catching cup and DuoChrome Octopus rubber.
Kookaburra’s traditional ‘Long Cut’ style glove provides a genuine ‘big glove’ feel, boosting confidence and allowing excellent movement and flexibility.
Brand new for 2016, K-Flex provides key support through the backhand, reducing the risk of injury while boosting comfort.
Premium aniline sheep leather is incredibly soft and supple for comfort, whilst being tough enough to provide support and durability.
The Kookaburra Catching Cup uses unique padding and flex points within the palm to provide a perfect enclosure around the ball.
The Octopus rubber grip is a remarkably flexible, durable and grippy rubber, the only choice for both performance and longevity.Features Include:
- Palm - Premium Aniline Sheep Leather
- Lining - Premium Aniline Sheep Leather
- Padding - Unique Kookaburra Catching Cup
- Rubber - DuoChrome Octopus
- Fingers - Premium Aniline Sheep Leather
- Back - Premium Aniline Sheep Leather with K-Flex Support
- Cuff - Traditional English Long Cut with Cane inserts
- Web - Strap law 40.2 compliant – with reinforcement
- Thumb - Unique setting to enhance Catching Cup
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Battling/Keeping Glove Sizes
This guide has been put together with the help of G & M and Slazenger. The critical measurement is from the start of the wrist to the tip of your longest finger, in a straight line. This guide is approximate.