Louisville Slugger TPX Omaha Select Series: OSL1200
Average Customer Review
Excellent value overall,perfect utility size with deep pocket, breaks easy, decent stiffness on the perimeter for the age level with good padding. Soft & Lightweight - weighs just a shade over a pound. My son has a youth 10.75 Slugger Crossover - great glove - just got too small. This glove is too small for an adult & bigger than a youth. Perfect for the 9-13 year age range. Color looks like red, black & white online but the red is really burnt orange/redwood deck stain color - actually has a nice old school patina after oiled. IMO, Slugger turns out the best quality sub $100 youth gloves and this is one of them.
I have a Rawlings Heart of the hide 12 inch for myself (FYI weighs 1.36 pounds) This glove is a bit smaller by comparison - remove a ring finger from the Rawlings and you have about the same size glove. Something about the white laces makes me think they are not that durable - it could just be in my head because of the color but time will tell.
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Do you break in/form a pitcher's glove like any other regular outfield glove? (ball in the glove and tie it up for a day or two)
Absolutely. The break-in process for a glove like the Louisville Slugger TPX Omaha Select Series: OSL1200 would be the same as breaking in any other fielders glove.
Is this an adult glove? Does it have a deep pocket, too?
The Louisville Slugger TPX Omaha Select Series: OSL1200 is an adult glove. This glove does have a deep pocket as well.
Do you guys know if this glove in 11.75 or 11.50 will be good for a second basemen playing in high school? I currently use a Rawlings gold glove series elite at 11.25 with an H-webbing.
An 11.5 inch Louisville Slugger TPX Omaha Select Series: OSL1200 baseball glove would be the recommended choice for a high school second baseman.
In 1842, J. Frederick Hillerich emigrated with his family from Baden-Baden, Germany to the United States. Eight years before, the 1834 Book of Sports had made its debut as the nation's first publication covering baseball. But when he arrived in Baltimore, J. Frederick Hillerich would never have dreamed of the future impact his family would have on America's favorite pastime. After a short while, the Hillerichs moved to Louisville, where J. Fred started a woodworking shop in 1856. Two of his sons, Adam and John Andrew "Bud" were born in the United States and would later join their fathe.... read more
- 12.00 Inch Pattern
- Bruise-Gard Padding
- Conventional Open Back
- Dye-Through Lacing for Added Durability
- Free Shipping!
- Lightweight Design
- Modified T Web
- Oil-Treated Cowhide Leather
- Professional Pattern
- Utility Model
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