Every Rawlings glove that I do that has that pad inside of it has a pad that falls apart like that. Then I get to try to get all those little bits out and put palm adhesive in the glove to try to get the glove back in to shapeThanks for showing that, that’s exactly what I was talking about on page one.
Here you goI purchased a cheap-o Rawlings Premium series catcher's glove a few years ago for myself to catch for my daughter As you can see in the picture, it is time for a new glove. I don't need a $250 glove, but I am not sure I want a $50 one again either.
I have wasted too much time on this today - and of course my price point keeps going up. I like that it is single hinge. Is that big enough for a man's hand?Here you go
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The Magnolia and Palmetto gloves have a hand well that will accommodate a medium sized man's hand, if you need large or x large batting gloves then those Marucci gloves will be a tight fit.Yep, that’s specifically why I picked that one! I was going to also suggest the Magnolia but I’ve never held one before, don’t know how big the hand stall is?