I appreciate that, but, in general, I disagree you can't find a quality glove for under a hundred bucks. My personal glove is $80 and I love it.CoachJD, I realize some parents have a strict budget, a line they don’t want to cross, much less adding $20 on top of that budget. I get it.
And I also realize I hardly ever comply with the budget price that’s set here in posts like this, okay I never comply!
I spent 10/15 minutes going through my favorites after reading your post, found 2 or 3 different $89 / $99 gloves that I’d never spend my money on! They’re nowhere in the ball field compared to this $120.00 All-Star, not even close!
Don’t know these parents situation, order the girl this glove, I’ll send you the $20 to cover the difference!
It's an Easton Mako 14" Slow Pitch Glove. Looks like you can get them for cheaper than what I paid now, but I've had it for 5 years.What kind of $80 glove is it? Unless it’s been a heavily discounted pricier glove, I’ve never been so lucky!
From everything I can find, the real difference is how long a glove will last. I'm curious about other differences between the super expensive gloves and lower priced leather gloves. I've had girls come to me with the $20 Wal-Mart glove. Those are garbage. I know that.Okay, guess we’ll just agree to disagree, good luck getting her a glove.