Nokona Pro Line Series: PL1150M (AMG1150SXMT)
Average Customer Review
One of Nokona's best, and that's saying something. Breaks in without oil by playing catch, a lot of catch. The glove forms to the player's hand, making it possible to develop a nice deep pocket. Great for all infield positions.
you may not get it back if you lend it out.
This glove is magical. I have used rawlings since I was a boy. I still remember getting my first HOH Pro 3 when back in 1980. I now have four other fairly new Rawlings HOH gloves. This Nokona compares very favorably with my HOH gloves. It is stiff, fairly light and just feels good on the hand. I really like the way Nokona gloves "hinge" completely on the pinky side fo the palm. The HOHs kind of also hinge a little on the thumb side of the palm. I like the Nokona better for that reason. It also breaks in fairly quick. Get a nokona mallet...makes break in no time. This is my third nokona..I like it the best of the three (I also have the AMG 1150 W-CW and the AMG 1200 W-CW)
An amazing glove. I got it for christmas and i haven't really used that much but it is already almost broken in. the leather is top quality people say that it seams heavy. I don't know what they are talking about. It is a great glove I use it for pitching and infield. You should definetly get the nokon glove conditioner it really helps. You don't have to worry about your glove changing colors, and it doesn't at all make it weigh more. DO NOT do those quick fixes to break your glove in. It will mess up your glove. to break it in just put a good amount of the nokona glove conditioner all over the glove including the inside were you put your hand because the oils from your hand will ruin the leather.Also play catch if you do all of that your nokona pro line series should be broken in in no time at all.
If there were any cons then I wouldn't have commented on the glove and I would of sended it back and got a different model.
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Would this glove be good for high school short stop
The Nokona Pro Line Series: PL1150M (AMG1150SXMT) would be a good glove for a high-school short stop. This glove is made with Nokona's Premium top grain leather which will provide a break-in feel that players like, while still have being a very durable.
How good is the leather compared to a Rawlings Heart of the Hide series, or is it better like a Rawlings Pro Preferred?
The Nokona Pro Line Series: PL1150M uses high quality buckskin leather with rigid sandstone leather will be more comparable in leather quality to the Rawlings Heart of the Hide Series.
My son is a high school catcher looking for a new glove for his stints at 3B. Looking for the 11.5" size, but trying to understand difference between Pro Line, Buffalo Combo, Bloodline. He catches with a Bloodline mitt and loves it, but it required a super long break in time.
To compare the different leather go to Nokona.com and click on leather guide, which is located to the top right.
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
- 11.50 Inch Pattern
- Buckskin Cowhide And Sandstone
- Contemporary Styling
- Free Shipping
- Infield Model
- Modified T Web
- Radius Welting
- Smooth Brown Tan With Sandstone Back
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