It really depends, go with what you feel comfortable with. I've been using pumas for the longest time and they're amazing. I use kookaburras tooand they're also amazing it depends on what you feel.
Perhaps.... no1 really knows
Cricket Bat, Ball (leather & glazed), Helmet, elbow guard, rib-cage guard, thigh guard, abdomen guard (middle guard), Batting Pads, Wicket Keeping Pads, Wicket Keeper Gloves, Batsman Gloves, stumps (wickets), bails,
only batters and the backstop wear gloves no-one else does. (was the toole who posted this question American by any chance)
The answer is Gauntlets
Batsman normally wares a cricket helmet, padded cricket gloves, elbow pads, jock strap and leg pads. A wicket keeper normally where leg pads, wicket keeping gloves, a jockstrap and leg pads. Depending on the individual they may also ware more specialised padding for protection against the ball.
Iseem to recall that Allan Knott had a similar habit.
Ian Healy - Australia, good keeping skillsAdam Gilchrist - Australia, excellent keeping and extra-ordinary batting skillsMark Boucher - South Africa, for excellent wicket-keeping and extra-ordinary batting skillsWicket Keeper should have the batting skills too otherwise it would difficult for the team.In today's International Cricket, M.S.Dhoni is the perfect example of an excellent Wicket Keeper & an excellent Batsmen.
No. Only the 'keeper is alllowed to wear gloves regardless of what number of gloves he is wearing.
A. Knott has written: 'Alan Knott on wicket-keeping'
I think you mean wicket keeper. He is a fielder that stands behind the wickets with a pair of gloves in cricket. He can stump people and catches the ball when it goes past the batsman