The ULTIMATE Catcher's Mitt on the market, and one of the most popular mitts used by the Pros! The All Star Pro Elite Series Mitts are designed for the serious ball player. The exclusive Japanese Tanned Steer Hide Leather incorporated into this carefully constructed design allows for a fast break-in and extended life. Only the finest materials and hand craftsmanship are used to make these exceptional mitts. The soft, tan leather pocket allows for great feel and gives the ball that extra pop that the pitchers like, and look for. The black back gives the mitt just the right amount of support for handling, and most importantly, controlling the ball. The extended pro pocket is an added bonus for strength and support! Better support, better performance! Also, don't forget about the smooth back design with a locking tab back that eliminates bulk, improves comfort, and allows easy adjustment. Individually hand made, each glove is a work of art. Always Better Than The Best: All Star Free Shipping!
add_circle_outlinePros: I've caught in the minors for 6 years and have used the same one as my gamer. Great mitt. I've tried them all. This is the best by far, Durable, retains it shape. Just take care of it.
add_circle_outlinePros: Just a great mitt overall. Quality leather, nice lacing, beautiful look. It seems as if All-Star has put some stronger lacing in the web. The laces are thicker than the first All-Star mitt I purchased.
add_circle_outlinePros: this glove is the best glove ive ever used. If your a catcher at a high level you definately need this glove. It has amazing pop that pitchers love. Also, with the padding it has you feel only the ball hitting the glove no pain at all.
remove_circle_outlineCons: Everything is great about this glove!
add_circle_outlinePros: Very soft, stiff, leather. Absolutely no need for oiling this mitt. In fact, that would ruin the quality of this mitts' leather. This glove was very well crafted. The velcro strap never comes off. Great pop and quick transfer. Strong construction. Molds to your hand. If you're looking to step your game up, get this mitt. It was worth every penny.
remove_circle_outlineCons: Everything may seem a little tight at first, but it molds to your hand like a dream.
add_circle_outlinePros: Extremely durable catchers mitt, Ive had this glove for 3 years and it has held its shape extremely well, catches high velocity with ease. Best glove on the market if you're a catcher.
remove_circle_outlineCons: Nothing, this glove took a while to break in initially, but that is not a problem at all, to me it shows high quality...I will never understand why people are like "Its really bad that it is hard to break in" ...well, its a high quality glove, did you expect it to be ready in a day or something? Yeah, great glove!
add_circle_outlinePros: Great glove, at first didn't want it due to reported soft leather, but great leather long lasting, and strong...all laces have to be replaced eventually...don't use much oil, as new leathers don't seem to need it.
remove_circle_outlineCons: None, slow break in is actually really fast for the quality of glove.
add_circle_outlinePros: High quality, very good pop. Have only been using for about a month at the JV level so still not completely broken in but I'm using it in games now. By far the best Mitt I've ever used
remove_circle_outlineCons: Break in was a little longer than I expected but much less than the Wilson
Is this a good glove for a high school catcher or would a smaller one be better?
The most common size catchers mitt for a High School age player is between 32.5 and 34 inches. Catcher Mitt sizes completely come down to the preference of the player. Some players prefer a larger mitt with a larger catching surface others prefer a smaller glove for quicker ball transfer. The choice is yours.
Would this be a good glove for a 14U traveling team?
A 35 inch catchers mitt would probably be too big for 14 and 13 year olds. The most common size catcher mitts for that age are around 32 or 32.5 inches. This size mitt is more common amongst players who prefer a larger than average mitt at the Collegiate, Professional and upper High School level.
I have been using a 34 inch Wilson a2000 with a two piece pocket (the older model) and have been thinking about switching to this All Star. So my question is 33.5 or 35?
i would say you would be better off in the 33.5. 35 is a pretty big mitt.
I am 13 and 5'7", 145 lbs. Should I get the 32" or the 33.5"?
That will be more of a personal preference. Both those sizes will fit it's just a matter of what you like and what feels better.
Do All Star catcher mitts run "true" to size? They don't seem to have many in a 33" but other brands do.
They do stay true to their size. All Star gloves do come in 33", we are just currently out of stock at this time.
Do you have any 33.5" mitts in stock?
The All Star MVP Series: CM3030BT, All Star Pro Series: CM3100SBT, and All Star Pro Series: CM3200SBT are the only 33.5" inch mitts we have in stock from All Star.
When will you have a 33.5 in stock?
Unfortunately, we will not be receiving any more 33.5" models of the All Star Pro Elite Series Catcher's Mitts for at least another 4-6 weeks.
What is the difference between the CM3000BT and the CM3000XSBT?
The All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000BT is a 35" model. The All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000XSBT is a 32" model.
The reviews on this glove look great. I am catching relatively fast pitching in an adult men's baseball league. I haven't caught since college and have no idea what size glove to order. Any suggestions? I'm 5'9" and 170 lbs.
With catcher mitts, a lot comes down to the personal preference of the player. However, the average size for an adult catcher's mitt is 33" to 34".
My 13 year old son is looking for a new catcher's mitt for next year's baseball season and is aiming at this glove. He stands 5'3" and approx 110 lbs so I am concerned this glove is too big. Is this the right size and if not what is the model for his size/age?
The All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000BT will be too large for a 13 year old player. We recommend the All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000XSBT Catcher's Mitt in a 32.00".
My son is 16 years old, 5'10", and 150 lbs. Can you tell me if he should go with the 35" or 33.5"?
Using the Glove Coach Feature on justballgloves.com I was able to determine that he should be using a 33"-33.50" Catcher's Mitt. The All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000BT Catcher's Mitt is a 35". This model may be too large for a player his size.
I've used a Wilson A2000 1790SS 34" for the last year. How much bigger does this mitt feel compared to this?
The All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000BT Catcher's Mitt is a 35" model that will fit the same as most 34" models, but will have a larger, wider pocket.
I'm a college catcher. I'm 6'4". What size should I get: a 35 or a 33.5?
Size of a catcher's mitt ultimately comes down to personal preference. If you order a size that doesn't work, you can send it back to us and exchange it for something that will work for you.
How come they do not make fielder's gloves in the Pro Elite Series?
The All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000BT Catcher's Mitt is a very popular mitt. At this time we do not know why All Star does not make gloves in the Pro Elite Series.
I need to make sure of my size and I'm not sure if a 35 will fit me. I'm a varsity catcher in high school, 5'7'', any ideas? I doubt this glove will be in a retail store like Dick's sporting goods so how can I be sure because I don't want to spend a ton of money and have it not fit?
We can't guarantee any glove will fit perfectly. That is where our 100 Day Satisfaction Guarantee comes into play. At JustBallGloves we strive to make the shopping experience for you as worry free and enjoyable as possible. We understand that choosing a new glove can be overwhelming because of our huge selection and the inability to try different gloves on before you make a purchase. Because of this, we offer a worry-free, 100 day return policy on all of our gloves. At JustBallGloves we allow you to purchase a glove and return it for an exchange or full refund within 100 days of purchase for any reason. You can return the glove if it is too big, too small or if you're just not satisfied with it. You can even oil and break in the glove and still return it if it does not fit to your liking.
I'm a high school catcher and was wondering how long I could expect this glove to last?
The All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000BT is a very durable mitt known to last 3+ years.
What is the difference between this glove and the All Star CM3000SBT?
The All Star Pro Elite Series CM3000BT is a 35" model. The CM3000SBT is a 33.50" model and the leather has been pre-oiled.
How long will it last?
The All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000BT Catcher's Mitt happens to be a amazing glove. I would expect it to last for many, many seasons.
What are the sizes you sell this glove in?
The All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000BT Catcher's Mitt is available in a 32.00", 33.50", and 35.00".
My daughter handles a 34" well, but catches a few wild pitchers. How much difference between 34" & 35" in catching a 12" ball?
The All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000BT Catcher's Mitt is a baseball catcher's mitt. A 35" glove could be difficult to handle. We recommend a 34" fastpitch catcher's mitt. Here is a link to the gloves that are available: http://www.justballgloves.com/products/glove%20type~female%20fastpitch/sub%20type~catchers/size~34.00/
My 34" Mizuno has reached the end of the line, and I'm strongly considering this mitt as its replacement. I've heard it plays like a 34", but I was curious as to whether the size difference is that noticeable? My friend has a 33.5" A2000, and it feels a little small, so I was thinking go bigger?
The All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000BT Catcher's Mitt is a 35" model that will fit the same as most 34" models, but will have a larger, wider pocket
Do you sell this glove in 33.5"? If so, can I have a link to it?
The model number for the 33.50" is CM3000SBT. We are currently out of stock, but expect more in the next couple of weeks.
My daughter is 16 and about 5' tall. What size catcher's mitt should she use?
Based on your daughter's age, we would recommend getting a 33'' female fastpitch catcher's mitt. For more information on sizing please visit our Glove Coach at http://www.justballgloves.com/glove-coach/.
What is the difference, if any, between the All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000BT Catcher's Mitt and the All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000?
The All Star Pro Elite Series (CM3000BT) and the All Star Pro Elite Series (CM3000SBT) both use the same quality leather. The only difference between the two gloves is the size.
I use a PROSCM41JB 34.00", and it fits great. Would you prefer this glove, or the CM3000SBT?
The Rawlings Heart of the Hide Pro Mesh Series (PROSCM41JB) and the All Star Pro Elite Series (CM3000BT) are both quality gloves. The PROSCM41JB is lighter and easier to break-in. The CM3000BT is stiffer and will be more durable.
I am 14 and I play baseball in Australia. I play for my state and so on. Anyway, at training I have to catch to 14-28 year olds who throw the ball hard. Some are already going to colleges in the U.S. Would you recommend this glove having enough padding to get me through without my hand getting swollen like usual?
Yes, the All Star Pro Elite Series (CM3000BT) has a very good amount of padding. You should be able to catch 14-28 year olds without your hand becoming swollen.
Which glove would you recommend when it comes to leather quality: the All Star CM8000BT or the Wilson A2000 Pudge?
Both the All Star Pro Elite Series (CM3000BT) and the A2000 models have a tremendous leather quality. One does not have a better leather quality than the other.
I have a 33" mitt and looking into an All Star catcher's mitt. I play high school and travel ball. Would this mitt be to big for me? I am about 5'5" tall.
That would be a big jump. If you are comfortable using a 33" model I would consider the All Star Pro Elite Series (CM3000SBT) Catcher's Mitt or the All Star Pro Elite Series (CM3000BSBK) Catcher's Mitt which are both 33.50" models.
I am a softball dad that catches for my 12 yr old daughter. Would I be able to catch a 12" softball with this glove in a 35" model?
The All Star Pro Elite Series (CM3000BT) Catcher's Mitt would be an ideal model for catching fast pitch softballs with. You could also take a look at the
Wilson A2000 SuperSkin Series (A20RB151790SS) Catcher's Mitt.
How much does this glove weigh?
The All Star Pro Elite Series (CM3000BT) Catcher's Mitt weighs approximately 26.5 ounces.
I'm 12, in the 8th grade, and going into high school. Would this mitt be too large for me?
At 35.00", the All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000BT Catcher's Mitt is going to be a bit too large. For a player of your age, I would recommend a catcher's mitt in the 32.00"-32.50" size.
My son is 16, 6'1", 200 lbs and plays alot of baseball for high school and an elite team (18 year group). Would this work for him?
The All Star Pro Elite Series (CM3000BT Catcher's Mitt) would be a great glove to consider for the serious baseball player. May want to consider the smaller inch pattern of the All Star Pro Elite Series (CM3000SBT Catcher's Mitt) as it would be 33.50 compared to 35.00. Either one would be a great glove; all comes down to personal preference and feel.
What kind of glove conditioner would be the best to use on this glove? I don't need to break it in I just need to keep the leather from cracking.
Any glove conditioner will keep your All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000BT Catcher's Mitt from cracking. I would recommend the Pro Soft Glove Conditioner.
Does this glove fit like a 34" or is it different?
Yes, this All Star Pro Elite Series (CM3000BT Catcher's Mitt) should fit a player's hand as a traditional 34" Catcher's mitt is designed to fit.
I'm 13 and catching on a select team. Would this mitt fit me well?
The All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000BT Catcher's Mitt is a 35.00 inch pattern. This catcher's mitt would not be a good fit for a 13 year old. Would recommend getting a 32.00 inch or 32.50 inch pattern.
I'm 13 and catching on a select team. would this mitt fit me good?
The 35" pattern of the All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000BT Catcher's Mitt may be a bit large for a player at your age.
I'm 13 years old and catching on a select team. Would this mitt fit me well?
Our general recommendation for a 13 year old catcher is a 32" mitt. The All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000BT Catcher's Mitt has a 35" pattern, of which will most likely be too large.
What is the difference between this glove & the CM3000SBT?
The All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000BT Catcher's Mitt has a 35" pattern and the CM3000SBT has a 33.50" pattern.
Would this mitt work for catching a knuckleball?
The All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000BT Catcher's Mitt and the 35.00 inch pattern would make it ideal for trying to catch a knuckleball pitcher.
I'm 6'2" and 15 yrs old. I'm playing high school ball and another team as well. Would the 35" model work for me? Right now I have a 33.5" as my gamer.
The All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000BT Catcher's Mitt could be a good fit for someone that prefers a larger catcher's mitt as this mitt will be 35 inches. In all comes down to personal preference and what each catcher feels like they can handle not only from a receiving/pitch framing standpoint but also the mitt/size that allows for a catcher to transfer the ball on a steal attempt.
I am a member of the social baseball club. But unfortunately I am left-handed. However, I want the CM3000BT. Is there any way?
Doesn't the manufacturer make it at all?
As far as I know they don't make this is a left hand thrower model. You would probably have to call All Star directly and see if they can special make a left hand thrower model. Their customer service # is 1-800-777-3810.
What kind of leather? How would you compare against the A2K and Pro Preferred Catcher's mitts?
This glove is made of Japanese Tanned U.S. Steerhide, You can find that information in the glove features listed under the glove. This glove is a high end model along with the A2K and the Pro Preferred.
I"m 15, but will be catching 90+ almost daily for the next 3 years. Will the CM3000BT last long under said conditions? It is also over 100Â° the majority of the year.
The All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000BT Catcher's Mitt will be a great choice for the high level of catching, such as what you are doing.
Iâ€™m a bit confused. Is oiling/conditioning this mitt recommended? Some say yes some no. What is the expert opinion.
One will want to use glove oil/conditioner to help break in the All Star Pro Elite Series: CM3000BT Catcher's Mitt. As well, using a little glove oil/conditioner periodically after the mitt is broken in is advisable to maintain the leather quality of the mitt.
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