Risk vs reward is a phrase particularly prevalent in cricket. You risk hitting the ball in the air for the reward of hitting in six. In T20 cricket, you'll often put yourself at risk by getting into non-traditional body positions, for the reward of hitting the ball to all parts. When your body is on the line, you can trust the Shockwave Power pads to protect your legs.
Our design team produced the Shockwave range with junior players in mind. An eye-catching name, with a design to get the blood pumping. A youngster will have no doubt in their mind when they choose the Shockwave leg guard, with its bold blue colourway and fractured pattern design.
It was essential for us that the quality of the pad matched the style of it, and with the Shockwave Power, a junior cricketer will have all the protection they need. The diffuser foam bolster will offer ample protection against the hard ball, with none of the added weight that can impede youngsters at the crease.
Movement and flexibility are essential in the modern game, and that is no different in junior cricket, as they try to replicate the style seen on television. The Cashmillon knee will ensure young cricketers have a comfortable experience wearing the Shockwave pads, as they attempt the same daring shots as played by their heroes.
Discomfort and tiredness can be a significant issue in junior cricket, and we have designed the Shockwave Power to avoid these at all costs. The final feature of the pad is the Diffuser foam instep that works to ensure young cricketers feel no discomfort in the lower part of their leg and top of the foot.
With pads in place, youngsters up and down the country can go out to bat with confidence in their protection and do their talking with their bat.
- Diffuser foam bolsters for unbeatable protection in junior cricket
- Cashmillon knee gives young cricketers more comfort when playing more extended innings
- Diffuser foam instep, adding comfort and protection around the foot area during long innings
- Designed and tested by Gray-Nicolls in-house product development team