Nokona Glove Conditioner
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I've played baseball my whole life until joining the Army 7 years ago. I stopped using my gloves all together. I recently started playing again, since being stationed in Hawaii. I started restoring my old gloves and friend's gloves. This has to be the best out there HANDS DOWN. Everything is like new again. I can't see myself recommending anything else ever again. This is a definite must have with your gear if you're an avid player, coach, or in any way involved with baseball. If you don't have this, YOU'RE WRONG and you need to change that. I can't wait to have kids and teach them the difference between "quality" and "quantity" in baseball, this is definitely the QUALITY aspect.
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How do I apply it?
Apply a small amount of glove oil to a sponge or cloth, then use the sponge or cloth to apply the oil to the areas of the glove that are currently firm. Start with the palm, the break point of the glove and then web. Then use the glove oil on all other parts of the glove including the entire inside to help moisturize and protect the glove. Work the glove oil into the leather evenly. Do not apply the glove oil directly to the glove, as it will be too concentrated at the point of application. Also, make sure that the laces get oiled so they can stay moisturized so they will not dry and begin to crack. Otherwise, the webbing of the glove will come loose.
How do you flare a baseball glove?
All the information you will need to flare a glove can be found in the link provided! http://www.justbats.com/blog/index.php/4653/how-to-flare-a-baseball-glove/
How often should I put on the conditioner?
The Nokona Glove Conditioner should be applied as needed. You will need to apply the conditioner based on the amount of use, how the glove is stored, and the climate you live in. Be careful to not over apply conditioner, as this can over saturate the leather and cause damage as well.
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
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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