In cricket, pads fall into two types, batting pads and wicket-keeper's pads. Batting pads are usually bigger and broader than wicket-keeper’s pads. A wicket-keeper wears a pad because he needs to grab the ball just behind the wickets and the speeding ball may hit his legs and can cause injury. Again, a batsman also wear the pad for the same reason, so as to protect his legs from fast-approaching ball in front of the wickets.
Pads are made up of cushioning elements like cotton or foam. They also have fiber rods inside and designed in such a way that they withstand the most impact and cover the most part of the legs and thighs. We make them in various colors and in white too.
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