As a regular Badminton player, a kit is your best companion to the court. Apart from the must-have’s like a hand towel, towel or a pair of scissors, there are a few stuff that you need to carry.
There are certain equipment that you must have in your Badminton kit because they are extremely essential for playing and we have the list ready for you.
Li-Ning Men’s front sublimation rest solid T-Shirt exclusively developed Air Dry Technology fabrics that offer Superior Breathability and excellent Moisture management control. Keep your running performance top-notch with the sweat-wicking comfort of this T-shirt from Lining.
This Yonex Product is manufactured using TruCool technology incorporating micro-polyester fabric with moisture management property. The TruCool fabric has wicking property and helps to disperse the moisture away from the skin into the atmosphere, thus keeping you dry, cool and Comfortable.
The outer material is of Mesh & PVC Synthetic Leather with Solid & Striped heel printing. Available with rubber sole.
Perfect for beginners and intermediate players of badminton, the Li-Ning badminton racquet features an aluminium frame, making it lightweight and convenient to play with.
Developed using the flight timing of feather shuttlecocks, Mavis nylon shuttlecocks are precision designed and manufactured to provide accurate flight performance When smashed, a Mavis shuttlecock recovers in only 0.02 seconds.
This Badminton Kit Bag is equipped with the latest design and material which offers an attractive look to players. It is developed with Sleek look fabric & colour combinations provide attractive aesthetics to this kit bag. It is 2 compartments big badminton kit bag for advance badminton players with an all-new look. Players can easily carry 2 to 4 rackets.
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