11.50 Inch Length
Recommended For Infielders (2B, SS & 3B)
Very Stiff; Will Require A Break-In
Designed To Fit A High School-To-Adult Sized Hand
Single Post Web (With Baseball Stitch Lacing)
Japanese Kip Leather Shell - Warstic Selects From The Top 1% Of This Grade of Leather. It Creates Fine Texture & A Butter-Soft Feel While Not Sacrificing Durability. It Will Also Be Lightweight.
Colorway: Cream | Tan (Warstic's Wild Horse Color Scheme)
Conventional Open Backing
Gap Welting - Warstic Folds Over A Portion Of The Palm Leather Near the Index And Middle Finger. Prevents Ripping In That Area And Deepens Pocket.
The Backing Of The Index Finger Reads The Motto: [It's Not The Weapon, It's The Warrior.]. The Catching Surface Of The Index Finger Reads: [Time To Hunt.].
Warstic IK3 Series 11.5" Baseball Glove: IK3INF
Get excited about this Warstic IK3 infield glove! For years, Warstic has been crafting baseball bats for batters who hunt baseballs. However, fielders are grinding to hunt the ball too. And now Warstic is creating their DFNDR Series movement to outfit these defensive pursuers of the baseball!
With Ian Kinsler as a co-owner, we knew that a glove had to be coming from Warstic. Ian earned 2 MLB Gold Gloves over a career that spanned 14 seasons. And as Warstic is setting its sights on creating top-quality pieces of leather for defenders, they will certainly have great leadership with Ian driving the operations!
When judging the quality of a glove, it always starts with considering the leather that is used to construct it. Warstic takes no shortcuts when it comes to their IK3 Series of gloves. They use Japanese Kip Leather when building this glove. This type of leather is widely renowned within the baseball glove community as one of the best materials that can be used to build a glove. Since the Kip leather comes from a younger animal, the hide has experienced less wear-and-tear up to the point when the glove is made. The result is a great-looking material with fewer blemishes to it. And it is relatively soft in its feel (but most likely the glove will still require break-in). As well, many players find Kip Leather gloves to be lightweight in their feel!
With this incredible material, Warstic crafts this specific glove into a great infield model at an 11.50-inch length. This size of glove can be used across the infield at 2B, SS & 3B. The slightly shorter length will lend itself especially to SS & 2B where quick exchanges from glove to throwing hand are highly valued, but as mentioned earlier, this glove can be used extremely well over at 3B too!
They are new within the baseball fielding glove market, but Warstic understands that satisfied customers are the lifeblood of the business. And they offer a limited warranty on their fielding gloves. If you have purchased a Warstic fielding glove from us and feel like a warranty issue has arisen, please reach out to the JustGloves Glove Experts. They will be able to get you set up with the info you need to begin the warranty replacement process with Warstic.
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About the Brand
Warstic is an independent, Texas-based company committed to building a unique brand of wood bats and gloves for serious players of any age. The company was started by Ben Jenkins, a ballplayer himself. After playing four years of Division 1 college baseball, and a brief stint in the minor leagues, Ben started Warstic Bat Co. in 2011. The goal was to create not only an extremely high-quality wood bat but also a work of art.
Focusing on Craftsmanship, Design, and Performance, Warstic bats are hand forged for battle. Warstic believes that the only wood is good wood, and that baseball is better when the wood is at the heart of the game. With bats made from Northern White Ash with straight grains, Rock Hard Sugar Maple, and Dense Yellow Birch, Warstic bats are designed for high performance and durability. Plus, every Warstic bat is made in the U.S.A.
Many wood bat companies talk extensively about their magical "select" wood, unique processes, and turning techniques. At Warstic, there is the belief that it is not that complicated. The #1 most important thing to making a great wood bat, is sourcing, selecting, and paying for the absolute highest quality wood available. Then, all it takes is careful attention to detail, a great finish, and unique look to give players a truly remarkable wood bat.
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