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Youth Baseball and Softball Gloves

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  1. All-Star Pro CM1100PRO Yth. Baseball Catcher's Mitt
  2. All Star CM1200BT Youth Baseball Catcher's Mitt

    All Star CM1200BT Youth Baseball Catcher's Mitt

    Compare Price:  $74.99

    Our Price: $62.99

  3. Rawlings Gold Glove Bull Pro Taper GGB1072 10.75 Baseball Glove
  4. Rawlings Player Preferred RCM315T 31.5 Youth Baseball Catcher's Mitt
  5. All Star CM1010BT Youth Baseball Catcher's Mitt

    All Star CM1010BT Youth Baseball Catcher's Mitt

    Compare Price:  $47.99

    Our Price: $34.99

  6. Wilson A450 DP15 Baseball Glove

    Wilson A450 DP15 Baseball Glove

    Compare Price:  $36.99

    Our Price: $31.99

  7. Wilson A500 Game Soft 1175 Baseball Glove

    Wilson A500 Game Soft 1175 Baseball Glove

    Compare Price:  $49.99

    On Clearance: $31.98

  8. Mizuno Prospect GPP1076 Baseball Glove

    Mizuno Prospect GPP1076 Baseball Glove

    Compare Price:  $36.99

    Our Price: $29.99

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Youth Gloves

A child's first baseball glove is something he/she will remember forever! Gloves have historically been very difficult for kid's to use, which oftentimes leads to frustration. Manufacturers today have recognized this issue and have started using alternate materials that allow children to use them much more easily. Instead of stiff, thick cowhide leather composing the whole glove, modern kids ball gloves are made of numerous materials including pigskin. Cowhide may be used where it is needed most, but these gloves are designed for comfort and performance. They almost feel like they can catch the ball themselves. Youth baseball gloves are now designed with the child’s hand eye coordination and physical skills in mind. A child’s finger dexterity and strength aren’t fully developed, so they’re not going to be able to use a glove with the skill of an older youth or adult ball player. There are gloves for even very young children, which is something that couldn’t be done decades ago.