Catching at the youth level, is perhaps the most demanding position on the diamond. A quality catcher needs many skills to his name in order to enhance his skills behind the plate. But first and foremost, any catcher needs a quality glove. Let's take a look at some of the best youth catchers mitt out there now!
Easton has a fine line of gloves available, but this particular youth catcher's glove really is eye appealing.
This H-web design is an extremely lightweight glove, resulting in great flexibility and ideal for the young catchers out there.
The 3-piece Z-flex palm allows for easy close and easy control. The glove has a flexible pocket which is deep enough for use but also perfect for getting the ball out and quick deliveries. The perforated grip palm lining gives users better control and feel.
Users also will be able to show off a bit of USA Pride with the color scheme on this cool new glove!
Looking for a glove to boost your catching skills? The Mizuno Prospect GXC112 is just the one for you then.
This glove truly does make catching easy. The patented powerlock closure gives catcher's an easy, efficient closing of the glove to keep balls from popping out of the pocket. The gloves original technology is perfect for youth catchers out there, as this is a simplistic model but offers everything a youth catch needs. The glove helps catchers learn how to catch the right way, getting the ball in the pocket and staying in there.
The butter soft palm lining soothes out the bottom half of the glove, giving it a great texture and also a great all around feel. A 31.5" model, the GXC112 is also very affordable, typical for Mizuno gloves. But this isn't a knock on them either, they make a great line of gloves, with quality comparable to Wilson and Rawlings. The glove also features a conventional back opening.
This youth catcher's mitt features a typical 31.5" design, and a conventional open back. The two piece webbing is vertically laced for a unique look and secure closure. This feature also reduces the likelihood snapped lace or broken web.
The smaller fit is ideal for youth players with smaller hands, but don't be fooled there's plenty of space in the wrist slot for the hand. A travel ball player of high quality would benefit the most from this glove, as the technology is suited more for an experienced player.
The mitt is insanely durable, and will last season after season.
The deep pocket is an ideal addition for the youth level, making it easier for catchers to suck up balls out of the dirt or on a backhand. The most unique aspect of this mitt is its perforated back which reduces weight but also retaining its durability.