Newbie needs help choosing a glove

Newbie needs help choosing a glove

Post by S. Full » Wed, 08 Mar 2000 04:00:00


Can anyone give me a simple and easy way to select and break in a decent
but reasonably priced glove (~$50 give or take)... or at least point me
in the right direction.  Thanks a ton in advance!

steve

 
 
 

Newbie needs help choosing a glove

Post by Wes Linnenban » Thu, 09 Mar 2000 04:00:00

Quote:

> Can anyone give me a simple and easy way to select and break in a decent
> but reasonably priced glove (~$50 give or take)... or at least point me
> in the right direction.  Thanks a ton in advance!

> steve

One place to look for inexpensive pre-broken in gloves is your local
sports resale shop.  I have purchased several Rawlings left handed
gloves for my daughter at Play It Again Sports.  

Wes

 
 
 

Newbie needs help choosing a glove

Post by Michael J Klaphak » Thu, 09 Mar 2000 04:00:00

How much do you play?  What position do you play?  If you play quite a bit,
then the postion you play becomes a factor a bit more. But if you are just
looking for a glove to toss the old rock around, then yeah, any sports store
will have a wide selection of gloves for that price.  If you take care of a
glove, it can last you a long time.  Keep the pocket shaped in the offseason
by placing a ball in the web and tieing a string around it.

--
"You don't always have to have the lead, if you have the heart to come from
behind."

Quote:

> Can anyone give me a simple and easy way to select and break in a decent
> but reasonably priced glove (~$50 give or take)... or at least point me
> in the right direction.  Thanks a ton in advance!

> steve