Nokona Classic Walnut Series: WB1200C (AMG1200WCW)
Average Customer Review
Great leather quality. After about a week of practice it was broken in. When it isn't being used, the leather naturally stiffens up, resulting in the glove not getting too floppy. Has a great feel to it.
kind of a "tweener" glove. On the bigger side for an infielder's glove, but too small for an outfielder's glove.
Sold my old Nokona I bought back in the 90' on e-bay for $150 and bought this new one. Love the way it feels and looks that kills. Nokona is the best...all the others are imported junk.
Hard and stiff at first but when broken in it fits like it was custom made.
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I am looking for a glove to take me through high school as a pitcher. Would this be a good glove for me?
The Nokona Classic Walnut Series: WB1200C (AMG1200WCW) would be a great option for the pitching position. It is tough to say how long any glove will last. However, with proper glove care, this model could last a couple seasons.
Is this a good glove for a 13 year old third baseman? I just moved to the big field.
The Nokona Classic Walnut Series: WB1200C (AMG1200WCW) is a 12" pattern, which may be a little large for you. Based on your age and position, we recommend an 11.50" pattern.
Looking for a glove for slow pitch softball. I will be playing infield. I prefer the open back of a baseball glove. Is this my best option in a Nokona?
The 12 inch size of the Nokona Classic Walnut Series WB1200C (AMG1200WCW) would be a bit small but should still be serviceable as an infield glove for slow pitch. For an open back design this would be the best option from Nokona for what you are looking for.
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 Pattern
- Basket Web
- Contemporary Styling
- Free Shipping
- Index Finger Platform
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Open Back with Shearling
- Premium Walnut Tanned Cowhide
- Utility Model
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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