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Gunn & Moore Cricket Bats

GM-Cricket-Bats-2017 for sale

Recognised as one of the world’s leading cricket brands, Gunn and Moore cricket bats 2017 are made at their industry-leading Nottingham-based factory and utilise specialist DXM technology, which has implemented the findings of a five-year research programme. Browse GM cricket bats online today for true British manufacturing excellence – and start reaping the rewards at the crease. The Paragon and Mana cricket bats are brilliantly supported by the new Neon, Chrome, Kaha and ST30 ranges.

GM Players Cricket Bats are of the very highest quality. Travis Head, James Vince, Quinton De Kock and Ross Taylor’s cricket bat feature.

GM Neon L540 bats have massive edges with a reduced sweeping spine for superb pick up and a shortened blade with a mid to high swell position.

The GM Chrome L555 bats have a traditional blade with massive contoured edges and a partially concaved back profile to give added strength to your play.

GM Mana L540 bats have a shortened blade with a pronounced spine profile, substantial edges and a flatter toe to give you real power at the drive zone.

GM Paragon L555 includes a traditional blade with a high swell position, a concaved profile and toe along with an engineered lighter sweetspot.

The GM Kaha L525 features an accentuated spine in the drive zone which coupled with a supershort handle concentrates power to the toe thus giving a low swell for driving power.

GM’s ST30 L540 is specially designed for women as it features an extended sweetspot with a full concaved back but is lightweight but powerful.

GM Mana F4.5 Cricket Bats have substantial power at drive zone and a shortened blade design for dynamic sweetspot.

GM Paragon F4.5 Cricket Bats have an extensive swell and a lighter swingweight to generate tremendous power and bat speed.

The GM Six6 Cricket Bat is Joe Root’s choice, with substantial contoured edges and an elongated swell height providing power and precision.

Admire the massive sweet spot, huge edges and stylish aesthetics of the GM Mogul F4.5 Cricket Bat. Men’s, Women’s, H, 6.

Gunn & Moore Junior Cricket Bats are of the very highest quality. View a great choice of GM Cricket Bats for juniors.

Gunn & Moore Cricket Bats 2017

All GM cricket bats 2017 adopt the F4.5 bat face.

They are made from English willow and designed and produced by GM’s own craftsmen and women in their Nottingham-based factory – perhaps the most technologically advanced in the World. GM cricket bats blend cutting edge DXM technology with over 130 years of craft experience.

Gunn & Moore have direct and complete control over every aspect of the GM cricket bat manufacturing process. The DXM process implements the findings of a five-year research programme into cricket bat materials and manufacturing technology. Substantial investment in research, expert advice and machinery means:

• Superior wood conditioning improves the stability and consistency of willow pre-production

• New paperless design process using cutting edge CAD (Computer Aided Design)

• Quantum improvements to the vital pressing operation

• Blade crafting by advanced CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing)

GM cricket bats 2017 feature three different blade lengths – L555/540/525. Each blade shape is optimised for a specific blade length, as the blade length decreases, handle length increases so that the overall length of the bat remains constant.

By engineering shorter blade designs, the COP (Centre of Percussion) and the vibrational nodes can be closer together creating a larger “sweet spot”. The longer handle allows for changes in grip position affecting the swing weight and speed of the bat when held closer to or further from the centre of gravity.