Stiffer Feel Will Require A Break-In
Colorway: Blonde | Copper Lacing
Pro Stock Leather Provides Rugged Durability & An Unbeatable Feel
11.75 Inch Length
1787 Pattern - 11.75 Inch Length & I-Web. Features A Deeper Pocket When Compared To The 11.50", 1786 Style Of A2000. This 1787 Style Glove Is Often Broken In With A Flattened, Flared Shape.
Recommended For Infielders (Shortstop and Third Base)
Conventional Open Back
Dri-Lex Wrist Lining - Ultra-Breathable, Moisture Wicking Material
Rolled Dual Welting - Welting On Backs Of Fingers Allows Glove to Retain Shape Better Over Time
Flat Finger Binding - Provides More Comfortable Feel When Wearing Index Finger On The Outside Of The Glove
Designed To Fit A High School-To-Adult Sized Hand
ComfortPro Lining - Extremely Soft Leather In The Hand Slot. Will Mold More To The Shape Of Your Hand Each Time You Slip On the Glove.
Wilson A2000 1787 11.75" Baseball Glove: WBW1000891175
The 1787 style of Wilson A2000 will be excellent for use on the left side of the infield (SS and 3rd). However, you can use it at 2nd as well if you like a little longer glove over there.
This A2000 is built with the legendary Pro Stock leather. If you take care of the leather on the glove, it should be able to last a long time (even if you are playing super frequently).
Also, this glove has the 11.75" length which gives a little more length than the 11.50" gloves. If you're on the infield and want a little larger glove, definitely check this one out!
Reach out to the JustGloves Glove Experts if you feel you have a warranty issue. Wilson gloves do feature a LIMITED twelve (12) month warranty handled through Wilson. The Glove Experts are knowledgeable and will get you the info and materials needed to send the glove to Wilson for a replacement if it is permitted by them.
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About the Brand
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 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 and equipment for several different positions, uncluding bats and batting gloves. They are best known for models that include the A2K and A2000, as well as custom gloves. Players such as Clayton Kershaw and Miguel Cabrera have sported Wilson baseball gloves.
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