Nokona Buffalo Combo Series: BC1200C (AMG1200BCCW)
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Average Customer Review
The glove is the top-of-the-line rec glove--for non-competitive softball, baseball, and playing with the kids. If you break it in right, the pocket gets large enough for a softball because the Buffalo relaxes slightly more than the Walnut, which gives the glove an excellent shape. I have a Bloodline for more serious games, but, having said this, the Buffalo would suit as a pitcher's glove fairly well, even at the serious level.
Really nice, soft leather. Breaks in quick and is game-ready with just two sessions of catch and one treatment of Nokona glove conditioner.
Price and size. It's slightly smaller than other 12" gloves. It's about the same size as my Rawlings 11.5". So if you want something to use in the outfield, keep that in mind. It's a really nice glove, but not significantly better than my Rawlings Gold Glove series. If you have money to spend, spring for the Nokona. If you're playing on a budget, the Rawlings Gold Glove is the better value.
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Will a 12" glove be alright for a third baseman in softball?
The Nokona Buffalo Combo Series: BC1200C (AMG1200BCCW) will be on the smaller for a softball third base glove, but will still work great.
I have a son that is a front of the rotation pitcher and shortstop. He has a Rawlings pro preferred with this same web pattern and thinks this glove will perform better. Any thoughts or advice for him? He is coming into his 2nd yr of Babe Ruth and headed to high school next year. Thanks
The 12.00" Nokona Buffalo Combo Series: BC1200C (AMG1200BCCW) is a very durable and long lasting glove that would suit your son's needs well.
I have a 6yr old boy that plays 3rd base. I know that this is a glove he will get long term use with. My only concren is will his hand fit it now? From reading some of the cons the gloves run samll So should I stick wtih the 12" or 11.75?
The Nokona Buffalo Combo Series: BC1200C will be way too big for a 6 year old. The may measure small, but it is designed to fit an adult's hand. The BC1200C is a better fit for a player of High School or College age. It's also a very stiff glove that would take a 6 year old close to a year to break in to a point where they can squeeze it with ease.
America’s pastime. American madeTM. Since 1934, Nokona has been producing ball gloves for America’s pastime right here in the United States. Made with top-grain American hides provided by American ranchers, our leathers are tanned in the USA to Nokona’s specifications. Nokona gloves are still produced in the very same small town in Texas, where Nokona all started in the 1920s. They are made by Americans who carefully cut, stamp, stitch, lace, and embroider each glove by hand. Each Nokona has its own unique identity and feel, based on the careful selection of leather p.... read more
- 12.00 Inch Model
- Buffalo and Walnut Leather
- Buffalo Leather Made From Select Range Bison From South Dakota
- Closed Web
- Conventional Open Back
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- Long Lasting Durability
- Made In Nocona, Texas U.S.A.
The Glove Care Kit is designed to help you break-in your new glove the correct way and help maintain your glove from season to season. This unique package that cannot be found anywhere else provides everything you will need to get the glove game ready in the shortest amount of time. The Glove Care Kit includes:
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