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9 inch Baseball Glove
The 9 inch baseball glove comes in T Ball and smaller handed youth models. Therefore, it satisfies both age divisions. The glove is also available in both left handed and right handed editions. The 9 Inch models are perfect for the players just starting out. No one wants to be overwhelmed from the onset. And thanks to the glove's headlining feature, a flexible Basket Web Pattern, they won't have to be.
Youth Baseball Gloves
Many of the youth baseball gloves we sell have great features for the young player. These are some of the features that will help your youngster succeed at the sport at a young age.
- All leather palm construction for durability and shape retention
- High Density cushioned palm and finger back linings
- Select models features Velcro straps for a custom fit, palm pads and index finger pads for added impact protection
With leather palm construction, the glove helps young players identify what to expect with gloves of the future. For many, the 9 Inch baseball glove can be their first glove. Therefore, high density cushioning on its palm and fingers helps relieve the fielder. They could become overcome with stress when in the field, reveling in unease before the batter either tacks a hack at the tee or at the delivered pitch. But with a high comfort and performance glove, they will need not worry any longer. They don't only have an A plus glove to slip on their hand, but a premier quality piece of protective equipment as well. Additionally, the youth baseball gloves that include Velcro straps lend even more of a custom fit and protection. Additional palm padding and index finger padding also support the increased protection levels. At the end of a day, a young player deserves to start their career off and running. A poor piece of equipment can make or break their longevity and staying power. So in order to keep your younger's good faith in his game and equipment, then look no further. Purchase a 9 inch baseball glove to have him thinking about both sides of the ball from the very beginning.