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Red Ink Cricket / Re: Custom x2 - First 'Proper' Bat
« Last post by 19reading87 on Today at 09:25:24 PM »
As I work for a web design company, I like the website mate. Couple of pages need the text changing but on the whole, I like it 👍
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Red Ink Cricket / Re: Custom x2 - First 'Proper' Bat
« Last post by Red Ink Cricket on Today at 09:18:05 PM »
https://www.redinkcricket.co.uk/shop/soft-goods/x2-batting-gloves/

That. Is. Sexy!  Love this style of glove!

Thanks Mr FC. Would look good in your kit bag I reckon!
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Red Ink Cricket / Re: Custom x2 - First 'Proper' Bat
« Last post by Red Ink Cricket on Today at 09:17:24 PM »
Big fan of the new website John!

Really nice and clean!

Thanks. Not my area of expertise so relied heavily on someone else fitting it around his normal work and family life. Really pleased with the outcome and the hard work he put in.
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Red Ink Cricket / Re: Custom x2 - First 'Proper' Bat
« Last post by Calzehbhoy on Today at 09:12:25 PM »
Big fan of the new website John!

Really nice and clean!
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Red Ink Cricket / Re: Custom x2 - First 'Proper' Bat
« Last post by FattusCattus on Today at 08:43:10 PM »
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Red Ink Cricket / Re: Custom x2 - First 'Proper' Bat
« Last post by Red Ink Cricket on Today at 08:32:56 PM »
In response to the numerous posts

Softs are available in menís RH and LH. Both gloves have pittard palms and pads are lightweight and offer the highest levels of protection. 2 different duffles and a wheelie bag as well as the usual wk kit. Particularly pleased with the wk gloves, love the design

I delayed the release of the new logo etc as I was waiting on the softs. These were delayed but quite a few months so wanted to have everything ready together

The website is now live. Check out www.redinkcricket.co.uk a few minor tweaks and a couple of images to follow but itís 99% there.

Of course there are pics on the website but also some on twitter or Instagram. Still offering the bundle deals on softs
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Wicket Keeping / Re: DIY palm padding?
« Last post by Dooey__ on Today at 08:25:17 PM »
When I was younger I used to get the gel pads for your heels and tape them into gloves. Definitely helped playing against the sharper chaps. If not I would use a chamois underneath then get another pair of just cotton padded gloves. Cut the fingers off to maintain dexterity and then slip them over the top. Any of these suggestions should do!
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Gray Nicolls / Re: Australian Model GN's 17/18
« Last post by sarg on Today at 08:23:37 PM »
I've got 4 B3 Crowns -absolutely brilliant..exactly what I asked for, knew exactly what I was getting. I couldn't recommend them highly enough. Bob Meuleman picked me out a GN XXX 11 hand crafted bat made by SK which was also superb- but it seems to have a character that the B3s lack due to being hand-made.
Bob heavily discounted the bat for me which put it on par with what the B3 Crowns cost.
In Australia, I believe Bob tobe the man to source bats through as his 40yrs experience in the industry is evident when he hand picks your bat for you.
With his connection to SK and GN you cant go wrong!

Welcome @Tassie tiger. Enjoy the forum. Lots of really helpful posters and posts await.
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Bat Making / Re: Few Made Over The Weekend
« Last post by Seniorplayer on Today at 08:21:02 PM »
Excellent
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Wicket Keeping / Re: DIY palm padding?
« Last post by Dooey__ on Today at 08:20:21 PM »
I have a few pairs of inners made by Graham Plimmer with high density foam sewn over the knuckles palm side. I like to practice catching both with gloves and general fielding practice without. So get hotspots now and then. These completely nullify the bruising pain when keeping. I can send you his details if you wish?
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