Rawlings 12.5" Youth Fastpitch Series Fastpitch Glove
Prepare her for action right off the bat with the Rawlings® 12.5" Fastpitch Series Glove. This Fastpitch softball glove features a Deep 3D Basket Web and Neo Flex® backing to make catching easy. Full leather shell construction ensures durability and dependable performance. With almost 100% factory break-in and impact-absorbing palm padding, the Girls' Fastpitch Series Glove is a great choice for any player position.
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- Deep 3D Basket-Web® with Basket Lock™ creates a huge pocket to make catching easy
- Designed specifically for the youth Fastpitch softball athlete
- Full leather shell for unmatched durability
- Patented Basket Lock™ technology helps players snag anything that comes their way
- Palm padding reduces and disperses sting from ball impact
- 90% factory break-in initiates easy glove closure and control from the start
- Neo Flex™ conventional open back aids in glove closure
- Custom-fit Velcro® wrist adjustment
- Size: 12.5"
- Age: Girls'
- Sport: Fastpitch Softball
- Position(s): Utility (Infielder, Outfielder, Pitcher)
- Web: Deep 3D Basket Web
- Series: Fastpitch
- Model: FP125
Country of Origin: VietnamWeb ID: 15470336
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jen Good Glove for the money It is pretty comfortable compared to gloves at the same price. It is big enough. The leather seems to be of good quality . I do enjoy using it and have a lot of fun now that I have this glove to play catch. May 28, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by mattandanna good glove I can't get a reward card or coupon to show up on the phone. May 6, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Ellie Good glove, needs more durability I play high school ball and have had this glove that I used for rec ball, so about 20 games before I started for high school. The glove got broken in well, except because I play 6 days a week, it got broken in a little TOO well. It is now very flimsy and the ball likes to fall out a lot. Also, I had to go have someone sew a new piece of Velcro on because it was not tight enough for my hand. The black material just above the strap started to rip and now I need a new glove because it is unusable. Love the Rawlings brand, but I do not reccomend for someone who plays travel or practices several hours a week. $45 lasts 8 months. Definitely will invest more in a more durable glove. Good for beginners and girls who do not play or practice often. April 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by gsxrgreg great glove I bought one a few years ago. i wanted to get a new glove cause i needed a back up. I thought id never find same one. went into dicks asked an employee and he found the same one for me. i could believe they had same one. I also paid to have it steamed and that was great. nice and broken in in 15 minutes. April 17, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Rus Good starter glove for my daughter This is a good starter glove for my daughter. It's a good product for the price. March 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Steve Good glove Good glove for the price. My 14 year old daughter is happy with it. March 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Older Mom '02 Works well Love it with strap instead of pull. Seems to catch more balls! :). After treating very flexible. My daughter is using n says it is so so comfortable that it feels like her own hand. March 5, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Coach steve Fielding glove Great glove for the money. Pre broken in so play ready great glove March 4, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Ellie Great glove, but it could fit better I've had this glove since 12u, I'm almost in 16u now, and it has been so great. Except for one thing...the Velcro doesn't come across enough so it always pops off and the glove falls off EVERY TIME A CATCH A BALL. So now I have to go get it fixed February 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Frank H Nice glove Bought for my daughter to play on a majors league. So far, so good. She was able to use it right away without more breaking in than placing a ball in it and stuffing it between her mattresses overnight. January 22, 2014