The Wilson A500 32 inch youth catchers mitt is great for the aspiring catchers. Wilson has made a name for themselves for mastering the art of innovation, especially when it comes to innovation with their own products. They have always been fantastic at taking a product that everyone loves and continuing to tweak it to make it that much better. They have done it again with their A500 series that replicates fan favorites and makes them lighter and more functional than their high-priced doppelgangers.
Wilson A500 Glove:
As previously stated Wilson his one of the best baseball brands out there. However, what truly separates this brand from the rest. Well, Wilson has been in business over 100 years and still remains at the top. On top of this Wilson has received a lot of attention from the pros. Some pro catchers that use their mitts include AJ Ellis and Derek Norris. These pros choose Wilson because they believe Wilson mitts help them perform to the best of their ability. Anyone on the market for a glove should consider Wilson.
Youth Catchers Mitt:
The A500 youth catchers mitt is modeled after the A2000 1790 SS, one of the most popular catchers gloves in the elite and professional ranks. You can see the similarities in the half-moon web that gives this Wilson A500 32 inch youth catchers mitt flexibility and strength in the places that it is needed most. The best part about this version of a Wilson favorite is that this one comes without the lengthy and often taxing break-in time required by more cumbersome models thanks in large part to the ultra-light, full grain leather supported by Rolled Dual Welting and reinforced by Dual Palm Construction. The full-leather laces provide the finishing touch by strengthening the joints and increasing durability. So, purchase yourself a Wilson A500 32 inch youth catchers mitt today! Model: WBW10016132
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