It’s safer to wear gloves when wielding an AXE, especially when you’re facing 90+mph deliveries. With their modern, split-finger design, Newbery AXE LH Left-Handed Junior Batting Gloves protect your hands while allowing you to flex enough for any kind of shot you wish to play.
In addition to eye-catchingly bold red AXE branding, the standout feature here has to be the cougar pearl leather palm with their supple texture, premium feel and breathability. Reinforcement at the heel of the palm adds further protection, while Pola-dura vents improve airflow and sweat control.
• Genuine cougar pearl leather palms provide improved feel, maximum grip, durability and moisture management
• Tried-and-tested design with sturdy materials to perform game after game
• Unique glove design with a reinforced section at the heel of the palm with the AXE stitching
• A split design for the modern cricketer offering extra protection and comfort
• Lightweight with new flexi finger design
• A new hybrid design combines traditional fingers with added low-rebound foam on the back of the hand for maximum movement without compromising the weight or protection
• Added protection on the bowling fingers
• Poly-dura vents in palm and gusset for improved airflow and sweat control
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If you find that your purchased product is unsuitable, simply return the item(s) to us in their original condition within 28 days of receipt and we will issue a full refund (excluding original delivery charge) on receipt. There is a handy returns form with label on the reverse of our invoice. Please note that we cannot be held responsible for items lost or delayed in transit on the way back to us.
Batting/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.