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  • Wilson WILSON 2021 A2K 1786SS (IF)

WILSON 2021 A2K 1786SS (IF)

C$469.99
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This isn’t just any ball glove. The 2021 A2K glove lineup is designed for the game’s elite players, using the most premium ball glove materials in the world – including Wilson’s flawless Pro Stock Select leather in an all-new SnakeSkin style.

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  • Pro Stock Select Leather: No leather in the game today compares to our Pro Stock Select leather. We triple-sort our leather hides for consistency and flawlessness, using only our top 5% of hides when crafting our A2K gloves
  • SuperSkin: SuperSkin is a microfiber material that’s half the weight of Pro Stock Leather, but twice as durable. Its moisture-resistant design extends the longevity of the glove, and is easier to clean than traditional leather
  • Double Palm Construction: A thin, perfectly shaped piece of leather placed between the palm liner and the outer shell enhances pocket stability. It also reduces the wrinkles in the palm of your glove, reducing the rebound on balls that hit your glove and providing a longer-lasting shape
  • Rolled Dual Welting: Dual Welting in Wilson gloves goes beyond a mere cosmetic effect, as it’s integrated into the liner of each infield, outfield and pitcher's model, offering better support and helping your glove hold its shape better over time
  • Flat Finger Binding: Flat Finger Binding gives players who prefer to play with a finger outside the glove greater comfort and control in the field. By reducing the amount of space between your finger and the back of the glove, you’ll experience less pain when making plays
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