New Balance Cricket Bats
Roll Out The Welcome Wagon: New Balance Cricket Bats 2021
New Balance has been a cricket stalwart over the years with their huge range of batting gloves, batting pads, cricket bats, wicket keeping equipment, and more. Now for the turn of the decade, New Balance has exploded back onto the scene with their New Balance Cricket Bats 2021 range.
Historically a major player in the sportswear industry dating all the way back to 1906, New Balance put their money where their mouth was in 2017 and became the official sponsors of the England team, supplying equipment and kit for the international cricket stars.
Fresh off the line, the 2021 collection is made up of three different lines – the TC Range, DC Range and the Burn Range. Below we have provided you with a brief guide to each line in the collection, so read on to find out why all the professionals are grabbing New Balance bats:
The TC Range
Designed for players who like to demonstrate their time-honed skills out on the field, the TC Range of New Balance cricket bats is the bat for ‘traditional cricketers’ who prefer an old-school style with oodles of power.
Perfect for the modern stroke-player, the TC Range features a balanced middle and consistent pick up allowing for confident styles of play on the front or back foot.
Crafted from premium English willow and with generous edges and a sizable mid-swell, the TC Range is suitable for players who prefer an all-round style of play, as endorsed by our own start batsman and England Captain Joe Root.
The DC Range
Named after ‘dynamic cricketers’ who take big risks playing shots around the wicket, the DC Range of New Balance cricket bats gives players a chance to attack weak spots in the opposition's defence.
Championed by the likes of England opener Jason Roy, the DC Range is made from premium British willow and feature low-swells, huge edges and the sweetest of sweet spots for players who want to make a statement.
The Burn Range
Brand new for 2021, the Burn Range of New Balance cricket bats encourage dramatic play styles thanks to lightweight, shortened blades emblazoned with bold and bright graphic decals.
A sizzling hot line in both aesthetics and performance with a surprisingly lightweight feel, the Burn Range is ideal for juniors and adults who prefer a lighter option. Easy to manipulate and featherlight, the Burn produces lightning-fast results in the right hands: England international cricketer Danni Wyatt is a firm favourite, and her explosive style goes hand in hand with the whip-fast speeds offered with the Burn Range.
Do you DC, TC or BURN?
Whatever your style of play, there is something for you in the New Balance Cricket Bats 2021 range. Just ask the professionals.
New Balance boasts a back catalogue full of endorsements from some of the best-loved international players. As current captain of the England team, Joe Root is one of the biggest names in modern cricket and looks set to continue his rise using – you've guessed it – one of the TC Range.
New Balance cricket bats have only improved over the years, building on their expertise with each new season. Given the standard of professional players championing the brand, it's not hard to see why. Australian current Steve Smith, known for being the top-ranked Test batsman in the world and named the Ashes Player of the Series in 2019, uses a bat from the New Balance DC Range of cricket bats.
So, which is it?
Do you TC, DC, or BURN? Find out with the New Balance Cricket Bats 2021 range today.