Kookaburra Kahuna 2.0 English Willow Cricket Bat

€350,49 €389,43


The Kookaburra Kahuna 2.0 is an iconic cricket bat that has been a favorite among players, including Ricky Ponting, since its introduction in 2001. It has stood the test of time and remains one of the most popular Kookaburra bats at Romida. The Kahuna 2.0 is a versatile bat suitable for all players, offering great performance on the field. Rest assured, all Kookaburra bats conform to the new MCC Law 5 on bat size, ensuring that your bat is legal for use in matches.

Key Features:

  • Sweet Spot: Approximately 215mm to 235mm from the toe
  • Edge Thickness: Approximately 35mm to 38mm
  • Edge Profile: Rounded Edge
  • Face Profile: Curved
  • Spine Height: Approximately 64mm to 66mm
  • Scallop: Approximately 1mm to 2mm
  • Bow: Approximately 11mm to 12mm
  • Handle: Oval
  • Weight: 2lb 8oz to 2lb 10oz

Additional Features:

  • Vertex Grip for enhanced control and comfort
  • 'Kookaburra Pre-Prepared' (KPP) for improved performance out of the box
  • 'Air Dried' for optimum moisture content

Kookaburra Willow Grading:

Kookaburra bats are available in different grades, and the price and performance may vary accordingly. Kookaburra evaluates each bat throughout the manufacturing process based on its playing characteristics or "ping," so you can make an informed choice when selecting a particular grade.

  • Grade One: The most expensive willow with an attractive appearance, typically featuring at least six straight grains. There may be some visible red wood on the blade, but the playing area should be clean.
  • Grade Two: Excellent quality with more visible red wood on the blade. This does not affect the playability, and the bat will have a similar number of grains as a Grade One with potentially minor blemishes.
  • Grade Three: A popular choice offering excellent value for money. A Grade Three bat may have up to half the face with a tint of red wood, but it won't impact the playability. It typically has around five grains on the face, which may not be perfectly straight, and there may be some minor specks or butterfly marks.
  • Grade Four: Usually, over half the blade will have visible red wood, but the playability remains good. Grade Four bats often have only four grains and may feature butterfly marks and specks.
  • Grade Five: Similar to Grade Four but with more visible staining, resulting in slightly lower cosmetic appearance.

No matter the grade you choose, the Kookaburra Kahuna 2.0 Cricket Bat offers outstanding performance and durability, making it a reliable choice for cricket players.