- 11 1/4" pro pattern
- Conventional back
- Pro "I" web
- Middle infield model
- Two layers of Italian leather work in tandem to create a pocket built for performance at your position; the layers support each other for added durability and comfort while breaking in to form the ultimate pocket; additionally, break points are strategically placed within the pattern to allow your hand to close in the way that your position demands
- Born in the Tuscany region of Italy, European leather is marked by a tight grain structure allowing for a flawless appearance; the third layer of Italian calf lining creates a luxuriously smooth feel while the 100% wool padding adds an extra layer of cushion
- Hand-sewn welting, which reverses the way a glove is sewn together, eliminate the conjoining leather piece that would normally rub against you thumb and hinder your hand movements
- The unique Oxblood color, debossed Rawlings logos, and direct embroidery add a touch of style and finery
- Upon ball impact, the inner palm and lining adjust to the shape of the outer palm in order to absorb impact; the position specific break points enable the glove to close naturally and easily giving you the durability and function you need at the moment of impact
- Primo leather and lacing undergoes and intensive hot-stuffed injection treatment that repels water and ensures durability; additionally, the laces are tested to 100 pound tensile strength, creating a shape that endures all conditions
Sport: Baseball, Style: Right-Handed Throw
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Very good glove
The glove holds it's shape extremely well for a very long time, it also has a really good feel, if you take care of it, it should last 5+ seasons. With that said, the downside to this glove is the weight... it is heavy so if you are used to an a2000 or any other light glove I would not recommend it. Also because of the weight I would not oil it if anything use the primo glove butter sparingly on the palm, webbing, and inside of the glove. I am a 16 year old SS/2B and have had the glove for 3 years and is still in REALLY good condition.
Although pricy, this glove is well worth it. Takes 3-4 weeks to break in and about 2 months for me to get it how I wanted it to be for my games. This will last at least 4-6 years.
This is one of the best gloves you can get your hands on. The Italian leather looks gorgeous out on the diamond and the pocket molds into a perfect position to get the ball in and out quickly to turn those breath taking double plays. The glove is kind of heavy compared to another glove like an a2000 or a2k, but they still make for a great glove.
This is a very good glove. You may not like the $400 price, but it is a very top of the line glove. This glove is pretty heavy. If you want a high quality glove and weight is an issue I would recommend the pro preferred. Besides the weight this glove is amazing. It has dual core which means it molds to your hand very well. This glove also has the softest leather I have ever felt. This glove takes about a month or two to break in depending on how stiff or flimsy you like your glove. Overall I do recommend this glove.
This is a great glove to use but it is extremely heavy. Its not light and its weight makes it feel bulky. It lasts forever and shapes perfectly.
A buddy of mine has this glove and I have used it on occasion. We both play middle infield. This glove has some pros and cons. The pros are: It has a great feel on your hand and when you wear it you just feel like a better ball player. Also it holds its shape extremely well, most 2B men and SS bend the thumb and pinky fingers out, this glove holds the shape extremely well and probably better then any other glove.Another pro, it's Primo. The con with this glove is the weight. It is extremely heavy for a glove. When you're running for the ball in the hole and you bend to back hand it this glove just goes down like a 5 pound weight. Because it is so heavy you don't really get the control that a middle infielder needs. This is a great glove, but is it the best? No. Can you get a better glove for less money? Yes.
I have a old rawlings glove which is about 25 years old. I love it! Best glove ever if you keep it clean and leave a ball in it. It still has it's shape and I still use it till this day!!!!!!!!!!!! :)
The best glove you can find
By Sean Moran
Once I bought a primo glove it is hard for me not to go back. This glove is fantastic and most of the time when you catch the ball you don't even feel it