Nokona Glove Conditioner (16)

Nokona Glove Conditioner
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by chance h

Pros: What makes this glove conditioner unique is that it is Patrolium based gel instead if oil. Oil tends to make the glove heavy. This Nokona cream will help condition and clean the glove.

Cons: None. Use as much as needed!

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by Aaron martinez

Pros: 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.

Cons: No such thing!

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by Flighttz

Pros: So right when I got my new nokona walnut glove I used this and WOW it sure made the diffrence! Used it the next day on my catchers mitt had for about 3 years not fully broken, in 2 min the work that this did just wow

Cons: zeroooooooooo

  • *How-To Properly Care for Your New Glove*
  • * Nokona NLT Classic Glove Conditioner *
  • Conditioner - Easier to Apply Compared to Liquefied Oils
  • Ideal for Break-In
  • Improves the Water Resistance of the Leather
  • Lifts Embedded Dirt from the Leather
  • Protects and Preserves Your Glove
  • Retreat Your Glove as Needed
Nokona

America’s pastime. American made. 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 per p …

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My son got his Nakona glove about 7 months ago. I feel like the fingers are not laced tightly together anymore.... is that normal or should I take it into a pro shop to have it replaced or something? There’s just some space between the fingers and I don’t see other kids gloves like that.... let me know what is suggested, thanks! Asked by Mazie

The lacing on gloves will become stretched over time and loosen on any glove eventually, which is why the fingers are spreading as you mention. I would recommend just tightening the laces up, which is fairly easy to do and you can probably learn how from a Youtube video, as it only requires a fairly cheap lacing tool. However, if it is hard to find one then you can certainly take it somewhere and have them tighten it up for you. All gloves need occasional tightening anyways to get the most lifespan out of them, so learning who you can take it to or how to do it yourself will serve you well in the future. Kyle J. Expert

Is it safe to use on catchers mitts? Asked by CARLOS

Yes, this Nokona Glove Conditioner is safe for use on catchers mitts. Ben Expert

Will the Nokona glove conditioner take dye out of the leather. I have a cusotm 44 glove with red leather. Can I use this conditioner without harming the glove? Asked by Steve

The Nokona Glove Conditioner will not take any of the dye out of the glove if applied correctly. After purchasing a new glove, putting a light coat of oil on it prior to the break-in process can reduce the time it takes to get your glove ready to play. Incorporating a light oiling of your glove into your preseason ritual can also extend the life of your glove. Give the most attention to the laces and the pocket, as those two areas tend to take the brunt of the beating. Always wipe away dirt and debris from your glove before oiling, and wash your hands to ensure you're not transferring any unwanted grime to the leather. Be sure to use a towel or sponge to apply the oil. After applying oil to the sponge, gently rub it into the glove. It is imperative not to use too much oil, because too much can do more harm than none at all. Dan Expert

Glove oil can be a great asset to have when owning a glove. Oiling your glove provides many benefits, and can greatly increase the longevity of your glove when done properly. After purchasing a new glove, putting a light coat of oil on it prior to the break-in process can reduce the time it takes to get your glove ready to play. Incorporating a light oiling of your glove into your preseason ritual can also extend the life of your glove. Give the most attention to the laces and the pocket, as those two areas tend to take the brunt of the beating. Always wipe away dirt and debris from your glove before oiling, and wash your hands to ensure you're not transferring any unwanted grime to the leather. Be sure to use a towel or sponge to apply the oil. After applying oil to the sponge, gently rub it into the glove. It is imperative not to use too much oil, because too much can do more harm than none at all. Always remember to read the instructions on your bottle of glove oil prior to use, as they are there to help you. Free Shipping!

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Stephen , Macomb, IL