Vinci Pro Custom Pro Junior Series: BRV1957 Youth
Average Customer Review
I bought the 10.5" for my 9 yr old and like it so much I bought the 11" for my 11yr old. This is an adult quality glove in youth sizes, more so than others we have owned (6 manufacturers). The palm leather and lacing are sturdy and take a little more breaking in time than other models, but look to last much longer. On sizing I note--and this is preference--my 9 yr old plays SS and the 10.5" should last him a few more years before he moves up in size. Both kids love the look and feel of the gloves.
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I'm interested in comparing this glove to the slightly larger, Rawlings GG Gamer XLE Pro Mesh Series: G107PTLE. My son was using an 11 inch Mizuno which he, at times, had trouble keeping the ball in his glove when it was thrown to him. I was concerned that maybe the glove was too large. My son is turning 7 in a couple months and is 4 foot 3 and weighs 85 pounds. He plays mostly first, with some outfield and some third and short. Would he benefit from a glove with a deeper pocket or just a slightly smaller glove to control? Which of these two gloves would be the better fit for him? Which would be more durable?
Durability between the Vinci Pro Custom Pro Junior Series (BRV1957) and the Rawlings GG Gamer XLE Pro Mesh Series (G107PTLE) should be very similar. If he is having trouble securely catching the ball but not getting the glove to where it needs to be, I would say maybe a larger glove with a deeper pocket could help. Both of the models that you mentioned were smaller with a more shallow pocket which may make it easier to maneuver but harder to secure the catch. Based on the problem you described, I am not sure a smaller glove is the answer.
My 5 year old son is already playing with a 10.5" glove. I would like to know if the Vinci Pro would be good for his age?
The Vinci Pro Custom Pro Junior Series (BRV1957 Youth) is a good youth model for his age in 10.5 inches.
My 7 year old son is average size. Would you recommend the BRV1957 or BRV1953 model for him? Just want to know if the 11" would be too large or if he would outgrow the 10.50" quickly.
I would suggest going with the Vinci Pro Custom Pro Junior Series (BRV1957 Youth). The 10.50" form factor on the BRV1957 would best suit him and probably give him a good two seasons of use before it's time to step up to a bigger glove.
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- 10.50 Inch Model
- Deep Pocket
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- Free Vinci Pro Glove Conditioner with purchase of new glove
- Infield Model
- Open Back
- Pre-treated Leather
- Youth Model
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