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Elevar Sports | Elevar Custom Bats | Get Your Name On A Bat

Generic Name of Product: Cricket Bat Manufacturing Country (Country of Origin): India Designed & Marketed By: Elevar Sports Private Limited. Registered Address: Jash Chambers, F1C, 5th floor, Mustafa Building, Sir PM Road, Fort, Mumbai, Mumbai City, Maharashtra, India, 400001

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India's Best Cricket Bats | Elevar Sports | Elevar Sports

INR 3,250. ELEVAR KASHMIR. A dual purpose Kashmiri willow, versatile enough for both hard tennis and leather ball use. SHOP NOW. INR 10,990. ELEVAR ENGLISH. An English Willow combining revolutionary bat engineering with premium aesthetics. SHOP NOW. INR 15,990.

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1,411. ₹84. ₹84. Get this cricket bat grip from GM. Equipping your cricket bat with this stupendous grip will ensure that your batting performance enhances incredibly. This cricket bat grip is designed using the A-Okay material, which is known for its high strength, tear-resistance, and high shelf life. Get this cricket bat grip from GM.

Technology - Cricket Bats | Elevar Sports

We started Elevar because we absolutely love cricket, but despite years of trying, we could not fall in love with a cricket bat. At different times, bats have let us down in terms of performance, reliability, and style. So we decided to build a bat that addresses all these problems and a brand that reflects the values of the new age cricketer.

Elevar Sports | Engineered Performance Footwear & Cricket Bats

ELEVAR BATS Special? By taking a fresh approach to bat making using science and design thinking, we were able to re-imagine how the handle, grip and blades of bats should be made. The result is a bat that is geared for power-hitting and maximum control, whether that's in a gully or on a pitch.

Elevar Sports’ technologically-designed cricket bat

Aayush says Elevar Sports is very picky about the bats they make. Of all the clefts that are cut in the initial bat-making process, only 10% are actually turned into bats. This is because of the ...