Croquet Mallets are made in many different shapes, materials and weights. The Croquet Association has a lot of useful advice on their web site and in general it is advisable to try playing with a variety of mallets before purchasing one.
George Wood makes competition mallets, croquet sets and some accessories.
John Hobbs makes mallets to your personal requirements with regard to type of head, weight and length of handle.
Alan Pidcock makes several different types of mallet and more information can be found on the Oxford Croquet website.
Xact mallets are also high quality competition mallets where more than 80% of the weight is distributed in the head which gives a high transfer of momentum to the ball from the head and also helps to maintain a straight swing.
Fenwick-Elliott make innovative high quality equipment and continue in their search for the perfect mallet .