Rawlings Pfbdct Player Preferred 12.5" First Base Baseball Glove

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    Designed for recreational players of various age and skill levels, the Rawlings Player Preferred 12.5" First Base Glove features quality, full-grain oiled leather shells for easy and quick break in along with all-leather laces for durability and strength. With popular patterns and styling, the Rawlings Player Preferred 12.5" First Base Glove seamlessly covers baseball, softball and recreational leagues. Visit your local Source For Sports baseball locations to check out the Rawlings Player Preferred 12.5" First Base Glove!

    FEATURES:

    • Quality full-grain leather for enhanced durability
    • Zero Shock palm padding for impact protection
    • Improved fit with pull strap and Velcro strap closures
    • Quick, easy break-in for a game ready feel
    • 12.5" First Base Mitt
    • Single post, double bar web
    • Conventional back
    • Original Double Ca-Thud design

     

     

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