Rawlings - Pro Preferred

Design your own glove. Your size, your colors, your embroidery! Just like Chris Bryant, Bryce Harper and many more!

Unit price: €550,00 / Piece

Start building your glove at our partner's website here: Rawlings Pro Preferred Glove builder

How to order your new glove with Score66 Baseball:

Option 1:
When you are finished building your glove, copy the glove options from the CustomGlove.com cart and paste it in the remarks field at the checkout of our shop. So choose your glove, add it you your Score66 cart and make the payment. We will verify your order with you to make sure you get the glove you want.

Option 2:
When you are finished building your glove, make a screenshot of the Customglove.com cart and mail this to us at [email protected] We will send you an invoice and your glove will be ordered!

Rawlings – History of Innovation

Quality. It's been the heart of the Rawlings brand for 125 years and is represented on the world's best ball gloves in the form of a bright red patch. Since its inception in 1887, Rawlings has enabled athletes of all ages and abilities to take to the field with a glove that has defined the careers of the countless baseball greats before them. Several years after the creation of the Bill Doak model glove that forever changed the game of baseball, Rawlings remains dedicated to developing the latest game-changing innovations and technologies while incorporating unparalleled craftsmanship, the finest materials and the top pro patterns into each and every glove.

Taking the Heart of the Hide® series to the next level is the Pro Preferred™ series. These gloves have a shell leather of unmatched durability yet which breaks in quickly – Kipskin leather. The Pro Preferred lacing has 100 lb tensile strength – 10% stronger than Rawlings' standard pro lace. And, for a 12% lighter glove that is as durable as the traditional Pro Preferred™, the Pro Preferred™ Pro Meshseries is also offered.


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