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Mizuno GCP81SBK Classic Pro Soft Baseball Glove 12.75 Right Hand Throw $139.00
Since 1906, the Mizuno glove masters that design Mizuno Baseball Gloves have continued to discover innovative materials and technologies that enrich the baseball and softball experience. Mizuno combines the finest materials in the world with hand craftsmanship and revolutionary designs, providing baseball players with a competitive advantage, and helping baseball players of all abilities perform at their very best on the field. Get your Classic Pro Soft Ball Glove today Mizuno Classic Pro Soft Ball Glove Features: Throwback Leather - Rugged, rich, naturally pre-oiled leather that keeps its shape over time Ultra Soft Pro - New Palm liner with excellent feeling and soft finish Roll Welting - Increases structure and support throughout the fingers New outline patch 12.75" Outfield Pattern Shock 2 Trapeze Web Mizuno Baseball Glove Mizuno GCP81SBK GCP81SBK Classic Classic Pro Pro Soft Soft Baseball Baseball Glove Mizuno GCP81SBK Classic Pro Mizuno GCP81SBK Baseball Glove Mizuno GCP81SBK 12.75 Right
My whole, big review. Bought this glove for my 5'5" 115lb 11 year old leftie. He is partial to Mizuno gloves. Up til now I have been purchasing him Mizuno gloves with Power Close option and that has made the break in period easy peasy. However, at this point, my son is growing both tall and strong and he is pitching back and forth with his coach and his old , lower grade Mizuno was feeling small on his and more importantly was not mitigating the sting of a hard thrown ball. While we were not looking to purchase a $200 glove at this point, his skill level and hand size dictated a change. This Mizuno is clearly a new level of quality. I worried about the break in period, because my son can be impatient, and this glove is more rigid than any other Mizuno we have had to date. I'm happy to report that after two outings, and 3 days with a ball tucked in the web and placed under his bed for three days, my son says his glove is 80% broken in. He is happy with the glove at this point, which makes me happy with the glove. I expect he can use it on the Pitching mound as well as outfield. My only concern at this point is that an 11 year old may lose track of an expensive glove. I'm expecting this high quality glove will last multiple years, and if it does it will be worth every penny. About the glove my 11 year old, high skill player says, "It feels really nice, and I like it because it's all leather and doesn't really hurt when people throw the ball hard. It's very high quality. It looks pretty cool. One down side is it takes a bit to break in. Once it does break in I think it will feel great. It's just a bit weird to slide my hand in and use because it's not completely broken in yet. I rate this glove a 4 and 1/2 now and think it might be a 5 star once I break it in."Update: We took the glove to Dick's Sporting Goods to be steamed and broken in. His glove is a 5 star now. He likes it so much now he forgot to use his actual first baseman's glove, which he loves, in his first game.