Easton M5 QwikFit Youth Catchers Set vs. Mizuno Prospect Youth Catchers Set
The Easton M5 QwikFit Box Set and the Mizuno Prospect Box Set are two of the best and brightest additions to the youth catchers set market. Both catchers sets are perfect for the young backstop and come complete with a mask, chest protector and leg guards. Both of these sets come with products that are durable and lightweight to better suit younger players. If you are having trouble deciding which one of these sets is the right one, this article will outline the benefits of both.
The Easton M5 QwikFit Youth Catchers Set is attempts to supply the young catcher with everything he needs. The M5 QwikFit refers to the strap system in the chest protector and leg guards. The ease with which you can put on all the equipment is engineered specially for players 9-12. As far as catchers sets go, you can’t do much better than the M5 Catchers Helmet, M5 Qwikfit Chest Protector and M5 Qwikfit Leg Guards that comes in this set.
The Mizuno Prospect Youth Catchers Set brings the same level of craftsmanship. They even have their own answer to the “Qwikfit” , the Mizuno FastFit attachment system. Like Easton’s system, the FastFit Attachment System is engineered to go on quickly and stay in place. Everything from the Helmet, to the chest protector, down to the leg guards have special ventilation that makes this set particularly breathable, especially on summer days.
The Easton M5 Qwickfit Youth Catchers set is just a little bit more expensive than the Mizuno Prospect set that may be because of the added style it has. You can choose from four different color patterns that should match most uniform styles. The Mizuno Prospect saves you around $20 but also only leaves you with a solid black as an option. Both sets will protect you or your child as well as any on the market. If you are looking for a bit more flare – go with the Easton M5 Qwickfit. If you trust the Mizuno name and want to save a few dollars – go with the Mizuno Prospect.