Rawlings Pitchers Gloves
Known for their fine line of gloves, that include superior performance and quality, Rawlings also offers some of the best pitchers gloves on the market. While there is no true key guide to abide by when in the market for a pitcher's glove, many prefer closed basket webs and between 11"-11.75" inches in length. Rawlings has multiple lines of these style of gloves, that can be found on Amazon, and many have free shipping. Let's now take a look at my top three favorite Rawlings pitchers gloves.
Rawlings Pitchers Gloves - Our choice
This trapeze style web comes in both left and right handed models. Although not listed in the bullets on Amazon, this glove is 11.5" inches in length.
While this glove is one of the premier, pro style gloves that Rawlings makes, it is 70% factory break-in, leaving you with a glove that will be ready to be put to the test out of the box.
A pro influenced glove design, the Heritage series is a durable glove, with an added element of versatility. A pitcher's glove, but also infielders glove too.
A Heritage Pro stamp on the middle of palm cements the beauty of this Rawlings gem.
Crafted from Rawlings heart of the hide soft leather, this glove offers users great durability and a little more flexibility than the Heritage series. It also limits user break-in to just 40%.
Each of these gloves features dual core technology; like the name suggests the dual core is placed inside the glove to greater absorb impact and keeps the glove closing naturally.
A modified trapeze web makes this glove ideal for pitchers, but also can be used for infielders too. The conventional back features a wide opening above the wrist, for comfort for all hands.
At 11.75" inches, this pitchers glove is game-ready off the shelf. Full grain leather bindings and laces adds strength and extra durability. It looks, and feels nice, and breaks in nicely as well.
Although on the pricey side, this glove is truly worth every penny.
Essentially the same glove as above, the only difference is the two piece web that some pitchers may prefer.