Wilson Baseball 11.75" Glove Mitt Infield A2000 1787 2019 Pro H-Web RHT
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PRODUCT DETAILSNew for 2019 at CloseoutBats is the A2000 SuperSkin Series 11.75" infield glove. This 1787 pattern is made to work for you on the infield. The pocket on this glove is a little bit deeper and also makes quick transfers. The colorway on this glove features saddle tan, black, and white details throughout the glove. This glove combines the benefits of traditional leather with man-made SuperSkin to make a glove that is lighter, stronger, and easier to break-in. The pro stock leather used in this glove is made specifically for Wilson ball gloves. American Steerhide is preferred by players for durability and feel. The SuperSkin part of the glove is made with a microfiber material that is 2X stronger than leather and only half the weight. Our favorite feature is the Dri-Lex breathable wrist lining that transfers moisture from the skin. Take it from me nobody likes having clammy hands while playing ball. Another great feature is the flat finger binding because of the great finger protection it offers. Order yours today and feel the new technology in your hand this season. Colorway: Black/Brown/White. WTA20RB191787SS
- 11.75" Infield Pattern. Pro H-Web. Right Hand Throw
- Black SuperSkin, twice as strong as regular leather, but half the weight
- Saddle Tan/White Pro Stock Leather, preferred for its rugged durability and unmatched feel
- Flat finger binding. Double Lacing at Base of Web. Breathable Dri-Lex Wrist Lining
- Dual Welting for a durable pocket and long-lasting break-in
- Manufacturer Part Number: WTA20RB191787SS
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