Wilson A900 11.75" Baseball Glove: WTA09RB181175 (1)

Wilson A900 11.75
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by Baseball Dad

Pros: So far great glove. Son is really liking it. He is 10 years old and it fits great. Glove came pretty broken in but would recommend planning to break it in more yourself. Leather seems to be really good quality. Happy so far!


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  • 11.75 Inch Pattern
  • Colorway: Brown / White
  • Conventional Open Back
  • Double Palm Construction Provides Maximum Pocket Stability
  • Full Leather Construction Offers An Old-School Look
  • Game Ready Feel Right Out Of The Box
  • Infielder / Pitcher Glove
  • Low Profile Heel Allows For Easier Closure & Reduced Rebound On Bad Hops
  • Pro Laced T-Web
  • Recommended For Young, Advanced Ball Players
  • Zero Break-In Required

A true American icon in the world of sports equipment. This Chicago-based manufacturer of quality gloves began in 1913 as Ashland Manufacturing, which was as a subsidiary of the Wilson & Co. meat company. At one point, the enterprise became known as the Thomas E. Wilson Co., taking the name of an early chief executive. In 1931, the name was changed to Wilson Sporting Goods Co. Wilson makes a variety of baseball gloves for several different positions. They are best known for models that include A2K and A2000, as well as custom gloves. Players such as Clayton Kershaw and Miguel Cabrer …

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Is this a good glove that will last a lot of years? My son is 11 and left handed. It's hard to find a good glove. We love Wilson but to buy the better glove you have to spend $259. Is paying more worth it? Asked by Denny

The Wilson A900 11.75" Baseball Glove: WTA09RB181175 is a great option and could last a couple years. It would not be the same quality as a Wilson A2000 or A2K but can definitely last a few years if taken care of and kept in good condition. Carter Expert

Would this be good for a 12 yr old with a small hand but want to transition to an adult glove? Asked by Jski

The Wilson A900 11.75" Baseball Glove (WTA09RB181175) is an infield mitt. The typical infielder for a 12 year old is a 12" mitt. This mitt may be a little tight, but we do have a 100 day guarantee. A 12 year old should be making the adjustment to an adult mitt to get used to the stiffness and the feel. If you do purchase a mitt and dislike it, you can always return it for a full refund or exchange as long as its within the 100 days. Mick Expert

Wilson youth baseball gloves are intended for a younger, more advanced ball player who is looking to take their game to the next level. For the 2018 season, the A900 series is just what the doctor ordered to help get an edge on the diamond. Each model offers a cool, old-school look with the dark brown, full leather construction that comes game ready with absolutely zero break-in period. If you're sick and tired of having a sore wrist and knuckles from an extensive break-in, the A900 is just what you need. From day one, these baseball gloves are ready to go when you are. Plus, Wilson has applied their double palm construction on the front side of each design to help add extra stability and a low profile heel that allows for easier closure and less rebound on bad hops so that you can turn two without fail. Wilson: The Players' Choice!

This Wilson A900 youth baseball glove (WTA09RB181175) features a popular 11.75-inch pattern, a pro laced T-web, and a conventional open back that offers a classic look. No matter if you're an infielder or a pitcher on the mound, this model is right for you. Step onto the diamond in style without breaking the bank and order one of these Wilson youth gloves today with free shipping and a 100 Day Love Your Glove Guarantee. Don't forget, we're here from click to catch!

Wilson A900 11.75
Wilson A900 11.75
Wilson A900 11.75
Wilson A900 11.75
Wilson A900 11.75
Wilson A900 11.75

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