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Kookaburra Zinc Cricket Bat 2017

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Kookaburra Zinc Cricket Bat 2017

Kookaburra have introduced Kookaburra Zinc cricket bat 2017. The Kookaburra Zinc cricket bats take a lot of their shape from the Kookaburra Onyx cricket bats. They are known to be an absolutely superb cricket bat for the power hitters.

Product Features :

1 : Sweet Spot Positioning

The sweet spot position for the Kookaburra Zinc cricket bats is in the perfect mid position. This is about 215mm to 235mm from the toe of the bat. The mid position is the optimal sweet spot position and is the position of choice for most international cricketers. The mid sweet spot allows for power off the front foot and the back foot. It also allows for great pick up and balance in the bat and power to even the shoulders and toe.

2 : The Weight Range

The weight range of the Kookaburra Zinc Cricket Bats is from 2lbs8oz to about 2lbs11oz. There is some very unique Kookaburra craftsmanship that has gone into the tow of the Kookaburra Zinc cricket bats. This has translated into a very light pick-up and a very well balanced cricket bat even in the higher weight range.

3 : The Face Profile

The face profile of the Kookaburra Zinc cricket bats is a dynamic power slightly rounded face profile. This face profile provides power to every area of the Kookaburra Zinc cricket bat including the toe and shoulders.

4 : The Edge Profile

The edges on the Kookaburra Zinc cricket bat are very big and are square. The square profile is in contrast to the slightly rounded profile of the Kookaburra Kahuna cricket bat.

5 : Spine Profile

Kookaburra have pioneered the very popular and very effective super spine profile. The Super Spine profile is also present in the Kookaburra Zinc cricket bat. The size of the spine profile is between 62mm and 67mm.

6 : Handle

The handle of the Kookaburra Zinc cricket bat is the oval powerdrive handle. The oval powerdrive handle does exactly as its name suggests. It delivers a huge amount of power so that the willow can meet the ball with optimum velocity. The handle is made from premium high quality cane.

7 : Options

The Kookaburra Zinc cricket bat comes in two options. There is the Kookaburra Zinc 800 cricket bat and the Kookaburra Zinc 400 cricket bat.

8 : The Willow

The difference between the Kookaburra Zinc 800 cricket bat and the Kookaburra Zinc 400 cricket bat is essentially in the willow. The Kookaburra Zinc 800 cricket bat is made from premium Grade 2 unbleached English Willow and the Kookaburra Zinc 400 cricket bat is made from premium Grade 4 English Willow.

The Kookaburra Zinc 800 is the more superior of the two cricket bats but both bats are of exemplary quality.

The Kookaburra Zinc cricket bats are available in Short Handle size only. This is the full professional size.

9 : Toe Guard

Toe guard comes fitted as standard on the Kookaburra Zinc cricket bat.

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