GM NOW! & ToeTek™ finish fitted as standard : Seasoned unbleached Grade 2 English Willow Minor ...
Make no mistake, the minor cosmetic blemishes in a Grade 1 English Willow cricket bat still put it a notch above any cricket bat made with Grade 2 English Willow. The flex, feel and control of the Original GM cricket bat range is due to the top quality treble spring multi-piece can handle. The cane is of the highest quality and it translates into a superb batting experience.
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GM Bat Grading. ORIGINAL L.E., ORIGINAL, SIGNATURE L.E., 909, 808, 707, 606, 404 & 303. Each quality is developed around different grades of willow.
707 GM English Willow Grade Bats Seasoned unbleached Grade 2 English Willow Minor blemishes with some color on one edge Fitted with good quality treble spring cane handle GM Helix™ Grip GM NOW! and TOE-TEK™ finish fitted as standard 606 GM English Willow Grade Bats Naturally seasoned bleached Grade 3 English Willow Minor blemishes with some color on one edge
At GM we’re proud of our Bat Grading and in Australia we offer English willow bats in ten qualities. ORIGINAL L.E., ORIGINAL, SIGNATURE L.E., 909, 808, 707, 606, MAXI, 404 & 303. Each quality is developed around different grades of Willow. GM Willow Grading is Industry Leading and is consistent across every bat model.
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Welcome to The Official Website of GM Cricket. Blending over 130 years of expertise with the love of the game. All GM DXM English Willow bats are made by our own staff in our own factory in Nottingham, England. Gunn & Moore make the finest cricket bats in the World. Pick up a GM cricket bat and you will instantly know from the balance, finish ...
A Grade 2 Willow blade also makes a very good quality Cricket Bat. This is unbleached English willow with a slight irregular grain patterns. It has at least 6 straight grains on the face of the blade. It normally has a larger amount of red wood on the edge of a blade. But this doesn’t affect the playing ability of the Cricket Bat.