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  • 11.75 Inch Pattern

  • Conventional Open Back

  • Evan Longoria Game Model

  • D-Shaped Deep Pocket

  • Cross Web

  • Dri-Lex Ultra-Breathable Wrist Lining

  • Dual Welting

  • Endlessly Field Tested

  • Infield Model

  • Pro Stock American Steerhide - The Perfect Ball Glove Leather

  • Free Shipping!

Since its introduction in 1957, the Wilson A2000 has set the standard for premium ball gloves. With over 55 years of game changing performance, the A2000 only continues to get better. The A2000 gloves are made from American Pro Stock Steerhide. This leather is prized by professional players for its rugged durability and unmatched feel. It truly is the perfect ball glove leather. The A2000 series gloves also offer Dri-Lex Technology. Dri-Lex Technology is an ultra-breathable wrist lining that transfers moisture away from the skin, keeping your hand cool and dry. A2000 series gloves also feature the patented Dual-Welting system that offers a pre-curved finger design that helps maintain a stable and durable pocket. The Dual Welting technology is a patented design used exclusively by Wilson in the United States. All patterns are endlessly field tested and constantly improved by hundreds of professionals and top amateur players. The Wilson A2000 series gloves are unmatched in feel and offer consistent performance. Wilson: More Win! Free Shipping!

Average Ratings Based on 5 Customer Reviews

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2 Stars: Overall Rating
glove guru

Pros: This glove feels and looks amazing it just molds to your hand.

Cons: This glove is way to soft feels like a game ready model glove and thumb was thin and just didn't feel like a professional quality glove. Sold glove days after getting to get a pro preferred!

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4 Stars: Overall Rating

Pros: * Deep pocket * Dri-Lex wrist lining is a plus * Quick break-in

Cons: * Leather feels a bit cheap, but it plays well

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4 Stars: Overall Rating

Pros: Great leather and feel. Keepsit shape and forms a great pocket. Breaks in quickly and the drilex keeps your hand from getting moist.

Cons: Web is ugly and the leather changes color from water and dirt.

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5 Stars: Overall Rating
really like it

Pros: breaks in well and like i the way it feels it is really nice glove overall

Cons: price

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5 Stars: Overall Rating
Slick Rick

Pros: The glove can mold to your hand in about 3-4 days. Has long laces, so if you like to click your glove, soft, less palm padding I personally like to feel sting in the palm to get that feel. It has a nice deep pocket.

Cons: Nothing yet.

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What color is this glove?
This model of the Wilson A2000 is a light tan color, featuring the open cross web. Here is the link to view this model and features of the glove.
Would this be a good glove for pitching and infield for a 9th grader? He had the A2000L 11 3/4 with a closed pocket but I cannot find one now.
At 11.75", the Wilson A2000 Series: A2000BBEL3GMO would be a good option for a pitcher and utility infielder for a 9th grade player.
Is this glove the same as the Evan longoria model?
The Wilson A2000 Series: A2000BBEL3GMO is Evan Longoria's game model.
What is the difference between this model and the Rawlings Heart of the Hide Gold Glove Winners Series: PROTT2, beside the sizes of the gloves?
The Wilson A2000 Series: A2000BBEL3GMO is the Evan Longoria game model. It will be 11.75". It will have a deep pocket and a Cross Web. It is made from Pro Stock American Steerhide. The Dri-Lex Ultra-Breathable wrist lining is also a great feature. The Rawlings Heart of the Hide Gold Glove Winners Series: PROTT2 is the game day glove of Troy Tulowitzki. This glove is 11.50". It is made from Heart of the Hide Steerhide Leather. It will feature a Single Post Web. It will also have wool padding for extra cushion. The time frame for breaking in both gloves will be similar. They both will provide a stiff leather that will hold its shape for many seasons.
Which is a better glove the Wilson A2000 Series A2000BBEL3GMO or the Rawlings Heart of the Hide Gold Glove Winners Series PROTT2?
Both of these are great gloves. The Wilson A2000, and the Rawlings Heart of the Hide Gold Glove Winners Series are going to be similar in there durability. The Rawlings may be a little better, but no real noticeable difference.
Does this glove have a deep pocket? And will the A2000 or the A2K be stiffer and hold its shape better?
The Wilson A2000 Series: A2000BBEL3GMO has a deep pocket. The A2K gloves will be stiffer and hold their shape longer.
Which glove would be lighter in weight? This one, or the Akadema AMO102?
The Wilson A2000 Series: A2000BBEL3GMO is made from Pro Stock American Steerhide and will have a good weight to it. It features no technology that takes weight out of the glove. The Akadema AMO102 is constructed with the Precision Kip Leather which is 20% lighter than other Steerhide leathers. The AMO102 would feel lighter in weight.
Which is the better infield glove: Wilson A2000 or the Mizuno Classic Pro Soft Series: GCP54S for a growing 14 year old? Looking for a durable, long lasting glove for the infield.
The Mizuno Classic Pro Soft Series: GCP54S would have a softer feel. It would also break-in much easier. But moving forward the Wilson A2000 Series: A2000BBEL3GMO would last for a longer period of time and prove to be more durable.
Do i put two or one finger in the pinky?
The Wilson A2000 Series (A2000BBEL3GMO) can be used for both styles of play.
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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.

Wilson A2000 Series: A2000BBEL3GMO
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Glove Type Baseball
Position Second Base Short Stop Third Base Infield
Size 11.75
Sub Type Fielders
Vendor Wilson
Web Type Single Post
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