In 25 years of handing out gloves to children up to adults,
I found that most coaches and parents don't ask or even seem to care what
the child or teenager has on their hand as a glove. Rawlings has taken the
guess work out of this problem with their new gloves on todays market but
using the tag to give the parent the information they need to know about
the type of glove and where it should be used for. This makes buying a glove
for a child or a more experenced player much easier and a no question product.
Rawling has always been a leader in the baseball field and as a parent and
a coach they have always been number one in this field.
In the sports market there can be many products to choose from but Rawling
makes the type that holds up to all types of treatment. You just can't go
wrong with RAWLINGS PRODUCTS.
It will make your dollar well worth it.
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Looking for a baseball glove can often be a difficult process.
There is really no good way to see how well a glove is going to perform once
it is broken in; buying a new glove can be a tough decision. When I bought
my new glove, the Rawlings Gold Glove, I was a victim of impatience. With
the season getting closer with everyday, I thought I couldnít wait any longer
to get a new glove.
My other option was the Heritage, but that would have required more waiting
and more money. In the store, I tried the glove on, liked the feel, and hoped
it would break in all right. With a couple days of play, it began to break
in, and has retained a nice firm feel. Although it did break in nicely, the
feel and performance I receive from the glove isnít the same as other gloves
on the market. The leather isnít very soft or giving, and it makes it harder
to field a ground ball. Iím not talking about the ground ball that you couldnít
field because you donít have soft hands, itís the one that rolls into the
edge of glove, and simply stays on the ground and spins.
Itís small things like those that make a decent glove a good one, or even
a great one. This glove is decent, and makes a good beginner glove for an
average player or pitcher. But, if you play infield I would definitely recommend
a Heritage, Wilson A200, etc., donít make the same mistake I did.
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