Size Guide for Cricket Equipment Complete Includes Bat Pads Gloves & More.

Cricket Equipment Complete Size Guide:

Cricket is one of the most popular games being played today with millions of fans all around the world. The fans not just love watching the game but also have a passion to play it, explore it, and enjoy it. And, when it comes to playing the game, one really needs to be spot on with their choices of cricket equipment so that they can perform at their best. Cricket equipment includes everything from a cricket bat, gloves and pads to helmet, shoes and keeping equipment. So, when you have to buy cricket equipment, there are certain measurements to be taken into consideration so that you can buy the best fit for your needs. Let’s find out what measurements suit you when choosing the right cricket equipment.

Cricket Bat Size Guide:

Cricket bat is, obviously, the main piece of equipment you need to play the game. However, if the bat is chosen without taking specific measurements into consideration, you may end up choosing the wrong bat. And, obviously, wrong selection of bat will affect your performance as a batsman. Some factors to consider include age of the batsman, their height and the length and width of the bat. Below is a chart that will help you understand which bat size is perfect for you.

Size 1 4-5 Years Old Up to 4ft 3inches 25 1/4 inches 3 1/2 inches
Size 2 6-7 Years Old 4ft 3" - 4ft 6" 27 3/4 inches 3 1/2 inches
Size 3 8-9 Years Old 4ft 6" - 4ft 9" 28 3/4 inches 3 3/4 inches
Size 4 9-10 Years Old 4ft 9" - 4ft 11" 29 3/4 inches 3 3/4 inches
Size 5 10-11 Years Old 4ft 11" - 5ft 2" 30 3/4 inches 4 inches
Size 6 11-13 Years Old 5ft 2" - 5ft 5" 31 3/4 inches 4 inches
HARROW 12-14 Years Old 5ft 5" - 5ft 8" 32 3/4 inches 4 1/6 inches
FULL SIZE (Short Handle) 15+ Years Old 5ft 8" - 6ft 3" 33 1/2 inches 4 1/4 inches
FULL SIZE (Long Handle/Blade) 15+Years Old 6ft 3" and above 34 3/8 inches 4 1/4 inches


Size Guide for Cricket Batting Pads:

When playing hard-ball cricket, you are probably most concerned about your overall safety and batting pads play an important role in that. The batting pads ensure that you do not get hit directly by the ball on your legs. Typically, you need protection from just above your knee cap down to your foot just where your ankle starts. Below is our size guide that will help you choose the right batting pads for maximum protection.


SMALL BOYS 30 - 32cm
BOYS  32 - 35cm
MENS 39 - 43cm
LARGE MENS 44 - 48cm


Size Guide for Cricket Batting Gloves:

Selection of right batting gloves also plays an important part in your performance as a batsman. Obviously, the gloves allow you to grip your bat perfectly and play your strokes freely. Besides, they give your hands the safety they need. The gloves size is usually measured in centimeters and it is the measurement of length starting from your wrist and going all the way to the tip of your longest finger in straight line. Gloves sizes can also differ from one manufacturer to the other. However, here’s a size guide that will help you choose the right gloves.

SMALL BOYS 6 1/2 inches
BOYS 6 7/8 inches
YOUTHS/SMALL MENS 7 1/2 inches
MENS 8 1/4 inches
LARGE MENS 8 7/8 inches


Size Guide for Wicket Keeping Gloves:

Wicket keeping gloves are used by the wicket keepers and they are made in a specially designed shape and are meant to catch the ball coming quickly towards the wicket keeper. These gloves make it look pretty straightforward when it comes to catching the cricket ball. Many often think that they are larger in size as compared to the batting gloves. Well, they look and feel bigger but the size of these gloves is measured in exactly the same fashion as the batsmen gloves. Check our size guide below to have an idea of what gloves size would suit you.

SMALL BOYS 6 1/2 inches
BOYS 6 7/8 inches
YOUTHS/SMALL MENS 7 1/2 inches
MENS 8 1/4 inches
LARGE MENS 8 7/8 inches


Size Guide for Wicket Keeping Pads:

Keeping pads are different from the batting pads. Yes, keeping pads are slightly on the shorter side but they still serve the same purpose that is to protect the legs – but not the legs of the batsman this time as they’re used by wicket keepers while they stand behind the wicket. The length of these pads is measured in the same fashion and you can follow our guide here for the selection of most appropriate keeping pads in terms of size.

Size Guide for Cricket Helmet:

Helmet is another piece of cricket equipment that offers ultimate protection to the players. It covers the head and avoids head injuries. Beside, modern helmets also help avoid face injuries as well because of that protective case right in front of the face. As for the helmet size, typically you’re required to measure the circumference of your head to pick the right helmet that fits you perfectly. Check out our helmet size guide to determine what size would fit you best.


 To Fit Head circumference
Small boys 51-52cm
Boys 53-54cm
Youths 54-56cm
Small Mens 56-58cm
Mens 58-60cm
Large Mens 60-62cm

Size Guide for Cricket Shoes:

Whether you are a batsman or a bowler, you need a few pairs of shoes that fit perfectly in your feet. Obviously, you have to run hard on the field and, therefore, the right pair of shoes will ensure that you don’t just run fast but also avoid any kind of strains and injuries that may happen. The shoes sizes have different standards and are normally measured on CM, UK, US and EU scales. Follow our size guide below to choose the perfect pair of shoes for yourself.

Men's Footwear Size Chart

5.5 6.5 39.5 24
6 7 40 24.5
6.5 7.5 40.5 25
7 8 41 25.5
7.5 8.5 41.5 26
8 9 42 27.5
8.5 9.5 42.5 27
9 10 43 27.5
9.5 10.5 43.5 28
10 11 44 28.5
10.5 11.5 44.5 29
11 12 45 29.5
11.5 12.5 45.5 30
12 13 46 31
12.5 13.5 46.5 31.5
13 14 47 32
14 15 48 33

Children Footwear Size Chart

12 13 31 19.1
12.5 13.5 31 19.4
13 1 32 19.7
1 2 33 20.6
1.5 2.5 34 21
2 3 34 21.6
2.5 3.5 35 21.9
3 4 36 22.2
3.5 4.5 36 22.9
4 5 37 23.2
4.5 5.5 37 23.5
5 6 38 24.1
5.5 6.5 38 24.4
6 7 39 24.8


Size Guide for Cricket Clothing Including Cricket Shirt, Pant/Trouser, Jock Brief, Jock Shorts and more.

In modern day cricket, clothing also gets fair bit of attention. Ever since those colored kits were introduced in cricket, more and more attention is paid to the clothing. As for size, you can go with your regular size but remember that the clothing shouldn’t be too tight and it must make you feel comfortable because you have to be on the field all day long.