Rawlings HOH Mark of a Pro 11.25" Baseball Glove: SPNP2-7CTI
11.25 Inch Length
Recommended For Use On The Infield (Second Base and Shortstop)
Should Feature A Fairly Easy Break-In (Softer Than Traditional Heart Of The Hide Gloves)
Designed For An Adolescent And Teenaged Hand (Will Fit Some Adult Hands | Wrist Lacing Is Pre-Adjusted To The Largest Size Setting)
Rawlings V-Web (I-Web)
NP2 Pattern - 11.25 Inch Length. Flattest Infield Pocket At A Standard Width. Closes Thumb To Index And Middle Fingers.
Soft Heart of the Hide Quality (Or Better) Leather Shell | Inside Of Glove Is Made From Same Materials As Rawlings R9 Gloves
Colorway: Camel | Brown
Index Finger Pad On Shell Backing For Comfort And Protection
Conventional Open Backing
Leather Reinforced Palm Pad Reduces Shock To The Hand
HOH Mark Of A Pro - Heart Of The Hide Quality Leather Creates The Shell. R9 Quality Leather Creates The Hand Slot. Should Be Softer Than Traditional Heart Of The Hides. Palm Engraving Reads [The Mark Of A Pro].
Rawlings HOH Mark of a Pro 11.25" Baseball Glove: SPNP2-7CTI
This HOH Mark of a Pro will display quality, softness and a camel + brown colorway! From young teens all the way to adults, there is an excellent chance this glove will work for you. Pick it up only at JustGloves!
This 11.25" glove will be quite the glove for a middle infielder. The short length combined with the small pocket of the NP2 design will allow for extremely quick transfers from glove to hand. In addition, you're also going to have Heart of the Hide quality (or even BETTER) leather on the shell along with softer material on the inside of the glove. This creates a glove that will last a long time, but won't take extremely long to get ready for game use.
Rawlings has been making high-quality gloves for many years. Because of that, they know that they must take care of customers. All Rawlings gloves have a twelve (12) month warranty from the purchase date. Be sure to note that the warranty does not cover gloves that have been microwaved, gloves that have been placed in an oven, over-oiled gloves -or- gloves with broken laces. If you feel you have a warranty issue with the Rawlings glove you purchased from JustGloves, please reach out to the Glove Experts. They can get you the product information needed to begin a warranty return to Rawlings.
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About the Brand
Rawlings is a major manufacturer of competitive team sports equipment and apparel for baseball, basketball, and football, as well as licensed MLB, NFL, and NCAA retail products. Rawlings is a major supplier to professional, collegiate, interscholastic, and amateur organizations worldwide, including the Official Baseball Supplier to Major League Baseball.
The first real innovation in glove making occurred in 1912 when Rawlings Sporting Goods Company introduced the "Sure Catch" glove, which was "endorsed by leading players all over the country." The Sure Catch was a one-piece glove with sewn-in finger channels and looked better suited for a duck's foot than a man's hand. Catchers' mitts used at the time were large and bulky with a single leather thong passing for a web.
In 1920, Bill Doak, a journeyman pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals, approached Rawlings with an idea for improving the baseball glove from a mere protective device to a genuine aid in fielding. The "Bill Doak" model was so revolutionary that it stayed in Rawlings' line until 1953. Its key feature was a multi-thong web laced into the first finger and thumb, which created for the first time in baseball's young life, a natural pocket.
In 1925, Rawlings unveiled a three-fingered fielder's glove, and ten years later improved the Bill Doak model with a two-piece leather web. At the same time, the "T" web became a rage for first basemen's mitts. The pocket underwent a pronounced change in 1941 when the Trapper Mitt, also known as the Claw, appeared. The "Deep Well" pocket was so unique that Rawlings quickly patented it. The design was improved in 1950 by adding a leather piece across the top. Another significant creation occurred in 1948 with the three-fingered Playmaker. A five-fingered fielder's model, with all fingers laced together, provided greater pocket control.
The six-fingered Trap-Eze evolved in the 1960's. In more recent years, Rawlings produced the Fastback design, which gives a glove a snugger fit, greater extension, and overall control. The Holdster is a slot through which a finger can be extended for additional protection from impacts on the pocket. Then, there is the Edge-U-Cated Heel with its extended U-shaped lacing and the Pro H Web and much-copied Basket Web.
Some of Rawlings's more recent glove innovations also include the unique Spin-Stopper design which reduces ball spin when the ball hits the glove, and the Cantilever glove design feature that provides a cushioned area between the hand and the glove's palm area. In all, Rawlings has produced and patented more functionally innovative glove features and designs than that of any other glove manufacturer. The result is that the modern baseball glove is much larger, more comfortable, better padded, and made to last far longer than its ancestors. It is not uncommon to see today's Major League players wearing the same Rawlings glove they wore during their college playing days. In fact, Rawlings is the #1 glove in the major leagues. Rawlings maintains about 65 models of baseball and softball mitts and gloves in its line. The prototypes of virtually all of them have been field-tested by professionals before entering a sporting goods dealer's inventory.
|Age Range||10-12 13-15|
|Deals||Exclusive Gloves Closeout Gloves|
|Position||Infield Second Base Short Stop|
|Price||$100 - $199.99 $150 - $199.99|
|Series||Mark of a Pro|
|Web Type||Other I-Web|
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