Stay safe and in control with our range of cricket helmets. Kookaburra is an iconic fully Australian owned and operated company and proudly one of the leading manufacturers of test-quality cricket equipment in the world. Our range is designed with performance, specificity and protection in mind so you can face up to that new ball with complete confidence. Whether you’re a world-class athlete or a grassroots competitor, we have everything you need to move comfortably around the crease.
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Raise your game to new heights
There is nothing worse than walking out to the middle with a helmet that doesn’t mesh well or feels uncomfortable. With leather balls being hurled at you, you can’t afford to be playing at anything less than your level best. Kookaburra delivers, offering ergonomic design and full compliance with the Australian safety standards across our whole range, making our helmets the pro-choice for mainstream cricketers.
About our cricket helmets:
- Fully compliant to Australian Protective Standards
- Ergonomic shape for superb comfort and visibility
- Lightweight shell with unique shock dissipating lining
- Ultra lightweight steel faceguard
Walk with confidence in a Kookaburra cricket helmet
Shop online today for cricket helmets or get in touch with our friendly team to find out more. We have all the cricket protection you need, including gloves, batting pads, chest guards and arm guards.
Non-obstructive, lightweight cricket helmets
Customisable internal padding and a lightweight steel faceguard provide maximum protection on the pitch. Thanks to ergonomic shaping and unique shock dissipating lining, unmatched comfort, safety and visibility are experienced with each wear. All helmets include three sizes of padding for a personalised fit.
Neck guards are also available online at Kookaburra. Their unique design makes them easy to attach and adjust to size. Made from a moulded shell with HDF lining, the guard simply clicks to the helmet and provides optimum protection to the neck.
The craft behind the design
Helmets have not always been a staple in cricket, in fact, the first time a player wore a helmet on the field, they were booed off. Flash forward fifty-some years later, and the cricket helmet has quickly become a fixture for safety in the game.
Cricket balls can weigh anywhere from 155.9 grams to 163 grams and can be bowled at a variety of speeds reaching a maximum of about 145 kilometres/hour. Our cricket helmets are designed with this in mind and are compliant with all protective standards.
Containing a foam injected cavity between the inner and outer shells of the helmet, this cutting-edge technology helps cut down the risk of accidents and injury. Whether you’re new to the game or the next Tim Paine, the helmet is one of the greatest assets a cricketer can have.