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Men's Clothing
International Chest Waist
XS 86 71-76
S 91 76-81
M 97-102 81-86
L 107-112 86-92
XL 117-122 92-97
2XL 127-132 97-102
3XL 137-142 102-107
4XL 147-152 107-112

Women's Clothing
UK International Bust/Chest (in) Bust/Chest (cm) Waist (in) Waist (cm) Hips (in) Hips (in)
6 2XS 30 76 76 56 32 81
8 XS 32 81 24 61 34 86
10 S 34 86 25 64 35 89
12 M 36 91 27 69 37 94
14 L 38 97 29 74 39 99
16 XL 40 102 31 79 40 104
18 2XL 42 107 33 84 43 109
20 3XL 44 112 35 89 45 114
22 4XL 46 117 37 94 47 119

Men's Footwear
UK Size USA Size General Continental
5.5 6 38 2/3
6 6.5 39 1/3
6.5 7 40
7 7.5 40 2/3
7.5 8 41 1/3
8 8.5 42
8.5 9 42 2/3
9 9.5 43 1/3
9.5 10 44
10 10.5 44 2/3
10.5 11 45 1/3
11 12 46
11.5 12.5 46 2/3
12 13 47 1/3
12.5 13.5 48
13-14 48 1/3
13.5 14.5 49 1/3
14 15 50
15 16

Women's Footwear
UK Size USA Size General Continental
2.5 5 35
3 5.5 35 1/2
3.5 6 36
4 6.5 36 2/3
4.5 7 37 1/3
5 7.5 38
5.5 8 38 2/3
6 8.5 39 1/3
6.5 9 40
7 9.5 40 2/3
7.5 10 41 1/3
8 10.5 42
8.5 11 42 2/3
9 11.5 43 1/3
9.5 12 44
Adult Shoe
UK USA Men USA Women EURO
4 4.5 5.5 36.5
5 5.5 6.5 38
6 6.5 7.5 39.5
7 7.5 8.5 41
8 8.5 9.5 42
9 9.5 10.5 43.5
10 10.5 11.5 44.5
11 11.5 12.5 46
12 12.5 - 47.5
13 13.5 - 48.5
Women's Shoe
US UK Europe Heel-To-Toe Length (in) Heel-To-Toe Length (cm)
5 2.5 35.5 8 5/8 22
5.5 3 36 8 7/8 22.4
6 3.5 36.5 9 22.9
6.5 4 37.5 9 1/8 23.3
7 4.5 38 9 3/8 23.7
7.5 5 38.5 9 1/2 24.1
8 5.5 39 9 5/8 24.5
8.5 6 40 9 7/8 25
9 6.5 40.5 10 25.4
9.5 7 41 10 1/8 25.8
10 7.5 42 10 3/8 26.2
10.5 8 42.5 10 1/2 26.7
11 8.5 43 10 5/8 27.1
11.5 9 44 10 7/8 27.5
12 9.5 44.5 11 27.9

Men's Shoe
US UK Europe Heel-To-Toe Length (in) Heel-To-Toe Length (cm)
6 6.5 38.5 9 3/8 23.7
6.5 6 39 9 1/2 24.1
7 6 40 9 5/8 24.5
7.5 6.5 40.5 9 7/8 25
8 7 41 10 25.4
8.5 7.5 42 10 1/8 25.8
9 8 42.5 10 3/8 26.2
9.5 8.5 43 10 1/2 26.7
10 9 44 10 5/8 27.1
10.5 9.5 44.5 10 7/8 27.5
11 10 45 11 27.9
11.5 10.5 45.5 11 1/8
12 11 46 11 3/8 28.3
13 12 47.5 11 5/8 29.6
14 13 48.5 12 30.5
15 14 49.5 12 3/8 31.3
Women's Clothing
UK International Bust/Chest (in) Bust/Chest (cm) Waist (in) Waist (cm)
8 XS 29 74 24 60
10 S 31 78 25 64
12 M 32 82 27 68
14 L 34 86 28 72
16 XL 35 90 30 76
Basketball
Size Best For
Size 7 For male players aged 14yrs +
Size 6 For female players aged 14yrs +, For male and female players aged 11-14yrs
Size 5 Key stage 2 - players aged 7-11yrs
Size 3 Key stage 1 - players aged 5-7yrs
Cricket Bats
Bat Size Bat Length Typical Player Height Typical Player Age
Size 1 27 Inches 4ft - 4ft 3in 4 - 5
Size 2 28 Inches 4ft 3in - 4ft 6in 6 - 7
Size 3 29 inches 4ft 6in - 4ft 9in 8
Size 4 30 inches 4ft 9in - 4ft 11in 9 - 10
Size 5 31 inches 4ft 11in - 5ft 2in 10 - 12
Size 6 32 inches 5ft 2in - 5ft 4in 12 - 13
Harrow 33 inches 5ft 4in - 5ft 8in 13 - 15
Short Handle(SH) 33.5 inches 5ft 8in - 6ft 4in 15+
Long Handle(LH) 34.5 inches 6ft 4in and above 15+

Cricket Pads
Pad Size Pad Length Typical Player Height Typical Player Age
Small Boys 30 -32cm up to 4ft 6in 6 - 8
Boys 32 - 35cm 4ft 6in - 5ft 9 - 11
Youths 36 - 38cm 5ft - 5ft 7in 12 - 15
12 - 15 39 - 43cm 5ft 7in - 6ft 3in 15+
Large Mens 44 - 48cm 6ft 3in and above 15+

Cricket Gloves
Pad Size Typical Player Height Typical Player Age
Small Boys up to 4ft 6in 6 - 8
Boys 4ft 6in - 5ft 9 - 11
Youths 5ft - 5ft 7in 12 - 15
Mens 5ft 7in - 6ft 3in 15+
Large Mens 6ft 3in and above 15+

BEGINNERS GUIDE TO CRICKET

Aims
Two teams of 11 players take turns at batting and fielding. When batting the team aims to score as many runs as possible whilst the bowling team attempt to dismiss the batsman for as few runs as possible. When a team is batting that is know as their innings and different formats of the game determine how many or how long a batting teams innings can last. The winner is determined simply by which team scores the most runs.

Scoring Runs
Runs are scored when each time the batsman cross and reach the opposite set of stumps. A batsman can score four runs by reaching the boundary rope and six runs can be scored if the ball crosses the boundary without bouncing.

Ways of getting out
Caught
The majority of bats are fitted with round or oval handle profiles. Round handles are ideal for players looking to put more lift on the ball with oval handles generally considered stronger. Some bats within our cricket bat range come fitted with dual profile handles offering the perfect blend of both demands.

Bowled
If the bails are knocked off from the stumps by the ball a batsman is out either from the ball being directly bowled or from the batsman deflecting the ball onto the stumps.

Leg before wicket (LBW)
Should the ball strike the batsman’s leg pads the umpire may consider an LBW decision based on the following factors:

A batsman cannot be out if:

  • - The ball pitches outside the line of leg stump
  • - The ball hits the bat first
  • - The ball hits the batsman outside the line of off-stump when making a genuine attempt to play the ball
  • - The bowler bowls a no-ball

A batsman is out if:

  • - The ball has struck the pads when pitched in line with the stumps
  • - The pad is struck when pitching outside the line of off-stump when not making a stroke
  • - A batsman can be given out LBW without the ball striking the leg pads, for example hitting the helmet

Run Out
If the bails are completely removed when a batsman has no part of their bat or body grounded behind the crease when going for runs they are out.

Stumped
When the wicket keeper collects the ball and removes the bails before the batsman grounds either their body or bat behind the batting crease.

More uncommon methods of dismissal include handling the ball, hitting the ball twice, hitting the wicket, obstructing the field and being timed out.

DIFFERENT FORMATS

There are 2 main formats of cricket:

Test
Played over five days with two innings per team with at least 90 overs a day bowled. Teams classically wear cricket whites and play with a red ball.

Limited overs cricket:
This is mainly split into Twenty20 and One Day International (ODI) games which have 20 overs and 50 overs respectively, with both teams only having one innings per game.

OTHER EQUIPMENT

Stumps
Three stumps are found at each end complete with a set of two bails sat on top, we have a variety of stumps available from ash match play sets to sprung stump sets for training.

Cricket Box
A box or abdomen guard is a must for men or boys for obvious reasons!

Thigh Pad
Thigh pads aren’t worn by all batsman but are perfect for those who feel they need extra protection. You can get single thigh pads or dual thigh pads which offer a smaller area of protection to your rear leg.

Wicket Keeper Pads
Shorter and generally lighter, wicket keeper pads are similar to batting pads but allow a great freedom of movement so the wicket keeper can make diving catches.

Wicket Keeper Gloves
Due to the amount of catching wicket keepers do gloves are an essential piece of kit. Inners are also worn by most keepers and help to prolong the life of your gloves.

ChOOSING YOUR BAT

Size
Arguably the most important consideration when choosing a new bat. Having a blade the wrong size can seriously hamper your batting ability and technique.

Willow Type
Cricket bats are made from willow, which is a naturally fibrous wood. Each cricket bat manufacturer will seek to select the best woods for their products to ensure high standards and overall product quality. The two types of willow used for bat making are English Willow and Kashmir [Indian] Willow. Kashmir is harder and does not have the same performance characteristics as English willow but is more prone to split, dent and crack.

Handle
The majority of bats are fitted with round or oval handle profiles. Round handles are ideal for players looking to put more lift on the ball with oval handles generally considered stronger. Some bats within our cricket bat range come fitted with dual profile handles offering the perfect blend of both demands.

Weight
If you’re looking for power then the heavier the bat is better, those batsmen who prefer a little more accuracy and faster swing speeds should consider lighter blades. As a guide a light bat will weigh between 2lb 6oz and 2lb 9oz, a medium bat will weigh 2lb 9oz to 2lb 11oz and a heavy bat between 2lb 11oz and 3lb.

Pick-Up
When you pick the cricket bat up, note how the bat feels in your hands, i.e. is it light? Is it heavy? Where is the balance of the bow? Is it a lower middle or a higher middle? More generally can you hold the cricket bat in one hand, when stretched out in front of you? When trying out cricket bats, it would be advisable for you to wear a pair of batting gloves. That way you gain a reliable insight into how the cricket bat actually feels in your hands. It would also be advisable for you to practice some shots without a ball, to see if you can use the bat effectively.

Sweet Spot
The sweet spot is the area of the bat that produces the most power where batsmen always aim to make contact with the bowlers delivery. Bats are crafted with sweet spots at normal, high and low points to the face of the bat. Bats with high sweet spots are perfect for openers who look to play off the back foot with low sweet spots perfect for aggressive batsmen who look to go after the bowling attack. Finally players with a full range of shots should look for blades with normal sweet spots.

Other Points to Consider:

  • - What’s your budget?
  • - What profile of bat have you use previously?
  • - Are you growing quickly?
  • - How serious a cricketer are you?
  • - Do you require a toe guard or not?
  • - Would you prefer a natural finish or covered face?
FOOTBALLS

The numeric size of a soccer ball correlate to the level or purpose of the activity. Use the chart below to help you determine the appropriate soccer ball size.

Size Circumference (cm) Best For
5 69 – 71 12 Years Old & Above (Outdoor Field Play)
4 64 – 66cm 8 – 12 Years Old (Indoor/Futsal Use)
3 58 – 61cm 8 Years Old & Below (Recreational Play)

Shin Guards

Shin Guard sizes are best determined by height, match your height below to find your correct shin guard size. A good rule of thumb is that shin guards should fit from a couple inches below the knee to just above the bend of your ankle.

Size Typical Player Height (cm) Typical Player Height (in)
XXS 120 3"11"
XS 120-140 3"11"-4"7"
S 140-160 4"7"-5"3"
M 160-180 5"3"-5"10"
L 180-200 5"10"-6"6"

Bibs
Size Length of bib (cm) Chest (cm) Neckline (cm) Armhole (cm)
Youth 55 cm 46 cm 15 cm 20 cm
Men 64 cm 117 cm 19 cm 24 cm

Football Bib
Keeper Kits

Goalkeeper gloves should always be selected according to best fit for you. To find the sizing based on an average size, print this and follow the instructions on it.

Hockey Sticks
Stick Size Recommended Age
28" 8 - 10 years
30" 10 - 12 years
32" 12 - 14 years
34" 14 - 16 years
36" + Adults
Rugby Balls
Ball Size Age Group
Size 3 (Mini) Under 7, U8 & U9
Size 4 (Junior) Under 10, U11, U12, U13 & U14
Large Boys(LB) 54cm
Size 4.5 (Women) Under 15 and above to senior rugby
Size 5 (Men) Under 15 and above to senior rugby

Head Guard
Size Circumference (cm)
Small Boys(SB) 51cm
Medium Boys(MB) 52.5cm
Large Boys(LB) 54cm
Small 55cm
Medium 57cm
Large 58.5cm
Extra Large 60cm
Yoga Balls
Diameter Of Ball (cm) Typical User Height
145cm and below 45cm
140-165cm 55cm
165-185cm 65cm
185-195cm" 75cm
Junior Rackets
Length Recommended Age
19" Up to 4 years
21" 4 - 6 years
23" 7 - 8 years
25" 9 - 10 years
26" 10 - 12 years
Adult 12+ years
Adult Rackets
Hand Measurement Grip Size
4" (100 - 103mm) 0
4 1/8" (103 - 106mm) 1
4 1/4" (106 - 110mm) 2
4 3/8" (110 - 113mm) 3
4 1/2" (113 - 116mm) 4
4 5/8" (116 - 119mm) 5
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