tied up with renowned sports goods
company, who produces the
finest of hand crafted
cricket bats in Kashmir, the syndicate sports
goods is one of the very few companies
in Kashmir producing high class cricket
bats through keeping a strong emphasis
on quality and performance
is taking in delivering this via the
expertise of the team based in Kashmir ,
led by the master bat mark. Traditional
methods are used by syndicate sports
good to shape bats by hand and eye with
original tools of the trade this
tradition combine with constant
TECH cricket bats are considered
to be the very finest cricket bats in
the field and in the market we are
presenting the following pages in the
range of best naturally seasoned Kashmir
willow cricket bats coming from the
company that perhaps has many number of
domestic cricket playing with bats made
in our factory. Our website is simple
and practical just as our management
philosophy is just the away our products
are. We hope you enjoy your tripe here
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Selected best grade Kashmir willow bat
contemporary masterpieces developed by
syndicate sports goods to enable the
accomplishing players to succeed in the
today's demanding game. A beautiful
balanced bat allowing a light pick up.
With out losing the Feeling of power at
your fingertips quality smooth Kashmir
willow. Natural seasoned willow blade.
With reinforced carbon fibers handle
inserted. Nine piece imported Singapore
cane, which provides excellent shock
absorption and gives jerk free.
Performance deep long bow and thick
edges. Special pressing techniqe blended
with a massive and strong edges
flattened back with a rising swell
behind the sweet spot providing optimum
weight displacement. Natural. Finished
available in poly coating, oiled,
natural, and bleached on request.
with one self adhesive, fiber tape, bat
care instruction manual, full-length
tetron cover with straps.
Selected 1st grade Kashmir willow Bat
Naturally seasoned willow blade. Handle
insisted nine pieces. Cane handle. Thick
edges. Thick shoulders thick toe Curved
blade. Long sweet spot. An advantage on
low and bouncy. pitches. Delicately
bowed helping you keep your. Hands. In
front of the ball, on contact enhancing
control and technique. These bats are
ideal for the crickters wanting bats
with a large profile for. Fantastic all
round the wicket performance. Naturally
finished available is poly coaling
oiled. Natural, bleached on request.
along with one self-adhesive fiber
tape. Bat care instruction manual,
full-length tetron cover with
Selected garde Kashmir willow bats
naturally seasoned willow bats.
Handle inserted all cane bambo
handle. Unique contused back. With
an extra big bulge behind the sweet.
Spot for the extra bench extra
protective covering along front of
bat that enhances. Longevity of
blade. Best suited for club players
. natural finished available in ply
coating natural bleached on request.
along with one self adhesive, fiber
tape bat case instruction manual
Half cover with straps.
Naturally seasoned willow bats
handle inserted half cane
economically priced bats. Scooped
back for better balance and extra
strength to sweet spot. Naturally
finished available in poly coating
natured, bleached on request comes
along with half cover with straps,
Selected grade Kashmir willow .Bats
naturally seasoned willow bats for
tennis balls small size bats with
size of 6 no., 5 no. and 4 .no.
handale inserted wood handlke .best
bat for the age group of 7 to 14
years available in poly cooling
.natural bleached mostly played by
the tennis balls.
Knocking in is the process by which
the fibres of the willow blade are
compressed and knitted together to
help prevent damage from the impact
of a cricket ball. This is best done
by using an old ball or bat mallet.
It is not sufficient to hit a few
balls in the nets or in the garden.
Knocking in should be done in a
patient and thorough manner and
should take no less than 6 hours in
total . To a large extent, the
effective life of your bat is
determined by the thoroughness of
your knocking in process. You are
trying to make the toe and edges in
particular harder than when the bat
was purchased, to minimise the
damage from an edged stroke.
I Knock In My New Star Tech Bat?
Using an old ball or a bat
mallet like a hammer and
deflect gently off the edges
the way a ball might in a
Increase the force and work
the edges until they show a
rounded, compact appearance.
Use the bat to hit short
catches (i.e. very light
work on the face) or bounce
a cricket ball up and down
on the face.
Use the bat in the nets
against old softer balls.
Use the bat in the nets
against newer balls.
Causes Of Damage
Cricket bats are made of
willow it is to be expected that the
condition of the bat will
deteriorate during it's poor quality
or excessively hard cricket balls
can be a cause of many types of
crack damage to the blade of the
bat. We recommend that only balls of
reputable manufacturers are used.
Use of any other type of ball many
cause damage to bats and will affect
any claim made
It is important to store your bat
wisely to prevent the willow drying
out and becoming brittle. Ideally
you should store your bat in a
garage or shed where the wood can
absorb some moisture from the
DO NOT leave your bat close to a
central heating radiator or fire.
DO NOT leave your bat in your car
boot or rear window where the
temperature will soar.
Toe swells due to damp.
When the toe of your bat
swells this has been caused by
water/dampness getting up into the
wood fibres. Avoid this by doing one
of the following:
Do I Knock In My New Star Tech
Applying a light coat of oil
to toe before each game.
Use of a sealant to prevent
Applying a toe guard before
bat is used
Place the toe of the bat in a
woodworking vice, being careful
to cushion both sides of the
blade to prevent damage.
Allow damp area to dry normally
then use an old ball to knock
out the swollen area.
Edge and toe damage
The majority of bats will be damaged
if the batsman edges a quick ball or
digs out a fast yorker. The bat must
be put in for repair as no willow
will withstand such impact. Knocking
in properly, however will reduce
is not manufactured. Surface cracks
or crazing will appear on the face
of all bats after a period of use.
The knocking in period is vitally
important in minimising surface
cracks. Surface cracks do not harm
the bats performance but proper
knocking in delays the appearance of
Far too many bats coming back for
repair have been over-oiled. There
is a danger that you can damage the
wood fibres by over oiling. It is
better not to oil than to over-oil.
Polyarmour bats or bats with face
tape do not need oiling other than
perhaps a very light coat to the toe
to avoid water getting in and
causing the wood to swell.
your bat properly
Using a soft rag, apply a light
coat of oil to the front, edges,
toe and back of the bat blade.
(DO NOT OIL THE SPLICE AREA)
Keep bat in a horizontal
After 2 weeks, lightly sand with
very fine sandpaper and apply
another light coat of linseed
oil to the face, edges and toe
(not the back).
Repeat after 2 more weeks
ensuring the bat is kept
horizontal between oilings.
Only use raw linseed oil.