Akadema Torino Series Baseball Glove: ARO18 With FREE Akadema Sunglasses (3)

Akadema Torino Series Baseball Glove: ARO18
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by campbell

Pros: This glove is the best I've ever had. Put away my A2000. Love the leather and feel fo this glove

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by Mario26

Pros: I just received my aro18, it's very very stiff but light as a Y2K, the color is exactly like the pictures and finished in the glove resemble a pro ssk custom I have. I like to do a review as soon as the glove starts to get loose, but I think that will take some time

Cons: I do not have any, i bought a good quality glove for less than 100 bucks comparing with others of similar quality

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by logan21

Pros: I have had the AR018 for a little over a week and i have to say it is the best glove i have ever owned. Well worth the amount of money that you pay for it. All around an amazing glove!

Cons: A little too stiff out of the package but that's what i was expecting.

  • 11.50 Inch Pattern
  • Conventional Open Back
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  • Full Grain Leather Lacing
  • Great for Infielders
  • Kip Leather
  • Leather is 20% Lighter
  • Medium-Deep Pocket
  • Modified T Web
  • Quick Break-In
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In Akadema's short but remarkable history it has become one of America's hottest baseball and softball equipment company for professional, college, high school, and serious youth players. The Akadema phenomenon started with the Professional Glove Series and continues with the Reptilian®, Praying Mantis®, Pro Soft™ and Prodigy™ Glove Series as well as the Amish Wood™, Tacktion™ and Xtension® Aluminum Bat Series. Akadema's ownership attributes increasing market share to their innovative professional baseball and softball product line in contrast to mass- …

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Would you recommend this glove over the Akadema Gator Series (AFL11)? What's the leather difference? Asked by lil freese

Both are great choices. Basically, the only difference between the Akadema Torino Series (ARO18) and the Akadema Gator Series (AFL11) is the Gator print shell in the Gator Series. Both are made for infielders, however, the Modified T-Web of the Torino series glove is better suited for use by a pitcher and infielder. Tom Expert

Is this glove really stiff out the box? Will it keep it's shape for a long time? Asked by CT5

The Akadema Torino Series: ARO18 is a stiffer than average glove that holds its shape very well over time. Tyler Expert

Does this glove have the same leather as the Rawlings Pro Preferred gloves? Asked by dvewr4

Yes, both the Akadema Torino Series and the Rawling Pro Preferred Series gloves use Kip leather. Jeff Expert

Known for comfortable gloves that perform unlike anything else on the field, Akadema has raised the bar with the Torino Series. With a light brown palm and a chocolate brown shell, the Torino Series performs even better than it looks! Akadema's newest glove line is made from soft and smooth kip leather that enables the Torino Series to be 20% lighter than traditional gloves, yet just as durable as U.S. steer hide. These gloves break-in quickly yet retain their shape better than any other glove on the market. This 11.50 Inch pattern features a Modified T-Web and is the perfect size for an infielder. Never drop a ball again as the pocket on the 11.50 Inch Torino Series is made medium-deep to make ball retention and transfer easier. With a conventional open back, this glove is made to give players the ultimate control in the field that they've been looking for. Akadema: Bring Your "A" Game! Free Shipping!

Akadema Torino Series Baseball Glove: ARO18
Akadema Torino Series Baseball Glove: ARO18
Akadema Torino Series Baseball Glove: ARO18
Akadema Torino Series Baseball Glove: ARO18
Akadema Torino Series Baseball Glove: ARO18
Akadema Torino Series Baseball Glove: ARO18

Very quick and professional service.Thanks.

Chuck, San Dimas