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WS-1250C-Right Hand Throw

Nokona Walnut Softball Glove WS-1250C 12.5 Inch (Right Hand Throw)
$279.97


 its reputaion on legendary walnut crunch leather. Once you work it in,
 built its reputaion on legendary walnut crunch le
ona has built its reputaion on legendary walnut crunch leather. Once you work it in, this
its reputaion on legendary walnut crunch leather. Once y
Nokona has built its reputaion on legendary walnut crunch leather. Once you work it in, this glove is soft and supple, yet remains sturdy. A true classic Nokona, a long time favorite of softball players worldwide.
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wow. just wow. I've had your standard school little league mitts from Spalding and Louisville Slugger et al, and as an adult, $100 Rawlings outfielder gloves, or Wilson A2K pitchers mitt; but the quality on this Nokona is like no other. I love the leather, the build quality, and above all else, that new car leather smell that has to be sniffed to be believed. You will fall in love with this glove if you need a big one for softball. I just ordered an 11.5" baseball infielder's glove from Nokona (Amazon fulfilled by for Just Ball Gloves.com), and can't wait to get it on Monday!Peace out!

You'll never try anything other than a Nokona after this. Reviewed in the United States on NovemHand Orientation: Right I've been playing 12 inch softball for the last five years and have gone through a number of gloves. The reason has less to do with the wear and tear but more about fit and feel over the course of a few seasons. I've primarily played in Rawling's and Mizuno's and due to the fact I've had to switch from outfield to infield a number of times, I've had to use everything between 12 and 14 inch gloves. Over the past few years, my personal preference had moved to a 13 inch Mizuno as an all purpose glove. Despite this, I've noticed that it has had a hard time keeping form for me after a prolonged use, which is to be expected but it seemed like a pretty quick transition from here to there.Enter the Nokona.I had always seen Nokona's in sporting goods stores and passed them up purely because of price. What I didn't realize is that had I just started with the Nokona in the first place, I probably wouldn't have gone out and purchased so many gloves.Outside of the craftsmanship, you'll notice just how incredibly stiff the glove is at first. Truth be told, I purchased the glove in the winter of 2012. I would treat the glove on occasion with Nokona's brand of treatment cream. Even with the treatment, it took me a summer season of intermittent use before I felt I could play comfortably in the glove. Once summer was over and we had transitioned to fall, the glove felt fantastic. I'm not going to say it was the glove but I actually had my best fielding season at third while wearing it. Outside of that, it has great weight and a nice feel once you break in the pocket. It's nice to play with something that feels like it was crafted with care.I'm obviously just regurgitating what everyone else has already said about the glove itself. It's a fantastic product that comes at a premium but it honestly feels like it will last you forever. If it's in your wheelhouse I'd highly recommend it.

Great glove and easily broken in Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2016Hand Orientation: Right This is a great glove for my 13 year old daughter. She plays for a very competitive travel softball team. This glove was easily broken in, in just a couple of practices. The closed web is great since she is a pitcher. The glove we received doesn't look like the one pictured. The one pictured has velcro on the strap. The one we received has leather straps for tightening. I like the leather straps better as velcro tends to wear out quicker from all the dirt and sweat. This glove is top notch and wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to anyone.

Always go with Nokona! Reviewed in the United States on September 13, 2013Hand Orientation: Right I had always used Nokona till a few years ago I saw a glove that looked great but after a months use or so dried out and lost its shape........even with me constantly working on it.I finally came to my senses and purchased this glove and its already my favorite glove I've ever had. It has the perfect shape, the hide is great, the ball almost wants to stick in the mitt instead of popping out.Make sure to wipe dust out of it after every game, and use a conditioner (NOT OIL!) on it at least once a month and this glove will last you a long time.

Best investment. Reviewed in the United States on May 12, 2016Hand Orientation: Right Bought my oldest daughter a Nocona glove her freshmen year of HS. She used it 4 years. Bought her a new one for college. Bought this one for my youngest daughter. She love it. Why pay $60-$100 every year for cheap gloves. These are top quality gloves

Great glove Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2018Hand Orientation: Right This glove is the best glove I've ever used for softball. So much better playing infield with a softball glove over a baseball glove. It worked in fast, I used a hammer for 10 minutes and played with it that day

Awesome Glove Reviewed in the United States on January 13, 2012Hand Orientation: Right We got the Nokona softball glove for my daughter. It is absolutely awesome! The leather is top quality and the inside of the glove is made of the same leather that is on the outside of the glove. It cost a lot more than we have ever paid for a glove but we were buying a new glove every year because they just weren't holding up. This glove will last well into her high school years and possibly college. It is truely a top quality glove.

Awesome glove for baseball or softball Reviewed in the United States on July 19, 2013Hand Orientation: Right I got this glove off Amazon a week or two ago and I'm completely in love with it. It's just the right size, the leather is top notch and well oiled/tanned, and the craftsmanship is great. Not a single loose stitch in the whole thing. I'd recommend this to either a baseball or softball player. A teammate described my glove as "sexy" and I couldn't disagree. It's awesome. It's going to take a while to really break in (which a good glove should) but it's already breaking in well due to the awesome walnut crunch leather.Because you can't see the back of the glove in the picture I'll do my best to describe it. It has a hole for your index finger to sit out of the glove and then both the left and right side come together across the top of your hand and are held in place by two leather straps that can be tied/adjusted. No velcro closure or anything, and I like that. It looks just like the back of the Nokona WS-1200C. I hope this helps.

11 comment Report abuse Comment love it Reviewed in the United States on AugHand Orientation: Right the glove is true quality. it takes some time to truly break it in but it holds its form and holds up very nice. MADE IN THE USA!

You get what you pay for Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2019Hand Orientation: Right My last Nakona lasted 17+ years and is the only glove made in the US

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