To measure your head size, wrap a tape measure horizontally around your forehead. Select the helmet that is the closest fit to that size. A helmet should fit snug on your head. If it moves while wearing, it is too large. If it is painful to wear, it is too small. For proper sizing, your nearest dealer will be able to help you get sized up.

Open the chin straps and slide the helmet onto your head starting at the forehead. A helmet should feel snug. If it slides on easily it is too big. It should feel tight to pull down. Make sure the inner padding fits snug all around. You should feel the padding pressing against your cheeks and head. The last check for a proper fit is to test if it moves while wearing, there should be no movement if you shake your head. Place your hands on the helmet and move it front to back and side-to-side. If there is a lot of movement, try a size down.

 

Gray Nicolls

2XS

51 - 52 

cm

 

 

XS

53 - 54 

cm

 

 

Small

55 - 56 

cm

 

 

Medium

57 - 58 

cm

 

 

Large

58 - 60 

cm

 

 

Extra Large

61 - 62 

cm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gunn & Moore

Junior Small

52-55

cm

 

 

Junior

54-59

cm

 

 

Senior

54-59

cm

 

 

Senior Large

58-62

cm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kookaburra

Junior

56 - 58 

cm

 

 

 

Adult

58 - 62 

cm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Masuri

Junior

51 - 54 

cm

 

 

Youths

54 - 57 

cm

 

 

Small

55 - 58 

cm

 

 

Medium

58 - 61 

cm

 

 

Large

61 - 64 

cm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shrey

Junior

52-54

cm

 

 

Youths

54 - 57 

cm

 

 

Small

55 - 58 

cm

 

 

Medium

58 - 61 

cm

 

 

Large

60 - 63 

cm

 

 

We endeavour to give you the confidence to buy the correct Helmet for you. If there's anything you wish to ask, please contact us..... or come down to CricketWorldBolton and our expert will provide all the assistance you require.

 

Legislation.

In 2017, the International Cricket Council has refused to pass laws requiring the wearing of helmets, rather leaving the decision to each test nation to decide for themselves. However, although it is not obligatory for a batsman to wear a helmet, should he chose to do so, the helmet must comply with specific safety requirements, a rule all the test playing nations have agreed to.
In first class cricket, as of 2016, the England and Wales Cricket Board requires all batsmen, wicketkeepers and fielders closer than 8 yards from the wicket to wear helmets. This is mandatory even when facing medium-pace and spin bowling.

 

To measure your head size, wrap a tape measure horizontally around your forehead. Select the helmet that is the closest fit to that size. A helmet should fit snug on your head. If it moves while wearing, it is too large. If it is painful to wear, it is too small. For proper sizing, your nearest dealer will be able to help you get sized up.

Open the chin straps and slide the helmet onto your head starting at the forehead. A helmet should feel snug. If it slides on easily it is too big. It should feel tight to pull down. Make sure the inner padding fits snug all around. You should feel the padding pressing against your cheeks and head. The last check for a proper fit is to test if it moves while wearing, there should be no movement if you shake your head. Place your hands on the helmet and move it front to back and side-to-side. If there is a lot of movement, try a size down.

 

Gray Nicolls

2XS

51 - 52 

cm

 

 

XS

53 - 54 

cm

 

 

Small

55 - 56 

cm

 

 

Medium

57 - 58 

cm

 

 

Large

58 - 60 

cm

 

 

Extra Large

61 - 62 

cm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gunn & Moore

Junior Small

52-55

cm

 

 

Junior

54-59

cm

 

 

Senior

54-59

cm

 

 

Senior Large

58-62

cm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kookaburra

Junior

56 - 58 

cm

 

 

 

Adult

58 - 62 

cm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Masuri

Junior

51 - 54 

cm

 

 

Youths

54 - 57 

cm

 

 

Small

55 - 58 

cm

 

 

Medium

58 - 61 

cm

 

 

Large

61 - 64 

cm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shrey

Junior

52-54

cm

 

 

Youths

54 - 57 

cm

 

 

Small

55 - 58 

cm

 

 

Medium

58 - 61 

cm

 

 

Large

60 - 63 

cm

 

 

We endeavour to give you the confidence to buy the correct Helmet for you. If there's anything you wish to ask, please contact us..... or come down to CricketWorldBolton and our expert will provide all the assistance you require.

 

Legislation.

In 2017, the International Cricket Council has refused to pass laws requiring the wearing of helmets, rather leaving the decision to each test nation to decide for themselves. However, although it is not obligatory for a batsman to wear a helmet, should he chose to do so, the helmet must comply with specific safety requirements, a rule all the test playing nations have agreed to.
In first class cricket, as of 2016, the England and Wales Cricket Board requires all batsmen, wicketkeepers and fielders closer than 8 yards from the wicket to wear helmets. This is mandatory even when facing medium-pace and spin bowling.

 

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