Product Review: Rawlings Players Series 11-inch Youth Baseball Glove

Product Review: Player Series by Rawlings

When you're looking for the perfect youth baseball glove for your Little League player, you have a lot of decisions to make. There are different types of baseball gloves for various positions, but especially at a young age, ballplayers often aren't locked into one spot on the field. Because of that, parents should consider buying a glove that can be utilized for a number of positions.

The one I recommend is the Players Series 11-inch Youth Rawlings Baseball Glove. It is definitely one that moms and dads should consider picking up for their young baseball player and athlete. At 11 inches, this glove is big enough to be used in the outfield, but its basket web also makes fielding tough hops and grounders a piece of cake. Additionally, the webbing is completely closed, which makes the glove perfect for pitchers who don't want to tip any pitches to batters.

Baseball gloves that tighten around the hand with laces are great for fully developed players who are pretty much done growing, but not so much for young athletes who seem to sprout up a little more every day. The Rawlings Player Series mitt has a convenient velcro strap that makes it easy to adjust how it fits.

Of course, you know what you're getting when you buy a Rawlings baseball glove, so quality definitely shouldn't be a concern. This glove comes to you already 80 percent broken in, so it's nearly ready for use in games before your ballplayer ever puts it on.

For penny-pinching parents looking for the perfect Christmas gift, the best feature of this versatile baseball glove is its price. Available for both righties and lefties, the Rawlings Players Series 11-inch Youth Baseball Glove is listed at an unbelievable $21.99 in SteelLocker's online store. Order yours today before they're gone!


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