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For St. Patrick’s Day, 2015, we teamed up with Wilson in creating the latest addition to our HomerunMonkey Custom Gloves. In the spirit of St. Paddy’s day, the newest glove will carry a special, Irish theme!
The glove is a Wilson A2000 DP15GM, Dustin Pedroia game model. It features all of the same specifications you would expect from the 11.5″ DP15, most notably Wilson’s “Pedroia Fit” which includes: longer laces, a low profile heel (for a better feel), shorter finger stalls and a smaller hand opening for those that prefer a more snug fit or have smaller hands. The only difference between More >
As baseball and fastpitch softball have evolved as sports, the equipment each player uses has evolved as well. The gloves and mitts that are used on the field are more position-specific, helping the player field or catch the ball to the best of his/her ability. However, those that are new to a position may not understand the importance of the design of the glove and just what the big differences are between each one. This goes especially for the fielders that are considering catching for the first time. If you are new to being behind the dish, here are 3 More >
With summer coming to a close, baseball and softball players find themselves creeping into the dreaded “Off-Season”. What to do during this boring, game-less time? Well, many players take advantage of the down time by breaking in a new glove for the upcoming season. With plenty of time until those cleats hit the dirt again, the off-season is ideal for softening up that brand new, stiff glove. But with this, many players, coaches and parents find themselves wondering, “What is the best way to break-in a new glove?”. Hopefully we can shed some light on this popular topic.
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Now in stock as part of our HomerunMonkey Custom Gloves, the Rawlings Gamer XLE glove in your choice of Limited Edition, Neon Green or Orange.
These Gamer XLE gloves from Rawlings are made of lightweight and soft, full-grain leather – making them easy to break-in, but still durable enough to maintain their shape and life. These gloves also come with Rawlings’ exceptional Poron XRD padding in the palm, which adds a cushion to help reduce ball impact on the hand.
Just released this month, the Nike Sha|Do Elite J – the Latest and Greatest from Nike
Crafted in Japan out of Japanese Kip leather, the Shado Elite J is Nike’s Top-of-the-Line, as good as it gets glove. But what makes the Nike Sha|Do Elite ball glove so great? What would make it stand out over some of Nike’s other competitors? The answer is simple, not only are there great, new upgrades, but the craftsmanship is specific for each glove. Each glove put out for purchase has been handmade by ONE master craftsman, the ENTIRE way through the production- no assembly lines, no relying on More >