Marucci BR450 Series MFGBR1125I 11.25 inch Infield Baseball Glove
The Marucci BR450 Series MFGBR1125I 11.25 inch Infield Baseball Glove is a great glove that has a ton of great features. To start, the pocket of this glove is great. When you catch the ball, you will hear that classic pop. When you hear the pop of the leather, it means two things. It is the sign of great leather, and it shows the quality of the pocket. When you play the middle infield, you need to have quick hands and quick transfers. With the tough pocket, the player will also get to the ball quickly as the ball will never get "lost" in the web.
When you are buying a top notch glove, you want to make sure you are doing so from a great company. A company that has trust from players that their equipment will get the job done. With Marucci, you get this player trust. They have been owning the wood bat market in years passed from their amazing maple bats. Marucci has amazing hitters as their MLB endorsers so you know the bats are great. They are also bringing this success into the glove market and coming out hot with their lineup, especially the BR450 series.
Marucci MFGBR1125I Features
Some of the features to mention include the use of genuine steerhide shell leather. This is a very tough and durable leather that you can get many seasons out of. You will definitely get your moneys worth. It also has a soft fingerback lining so you can be comfortable while you play. Also, if you are comfortable and not constantly thinking about your glove, you will play better. It is a no brainer to buy this glove. So pick up yours from Baseball Bargains today!
Skillfully and individually handcrafted
Genuine steerhide shell leather
Medium-deep pocket construction
Softer internal padding
Soft fabric fingerback linings
Marucci Player Advisory Board approved web designs
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