All Star Pro Elite Catcher's Mitt 32" CM3000XSBT
All Star Pro Elite Catcher's Mitt
The All Star CM3000 Series Catcher's mitts are the mitt's of choice for many professional and amature baseball catchers. Exclusive Japanese tanned steer hide allows for fast break in and extended life. Only the finest materials and hand craftsmanship are used to make these exceptional All Star Catcher's mitts. The soft tan leather pocket allows for great feel and gives the ball that extra POP which pitchers love to hear. The black leather backing is stiffer, and gives the mitt the right amount of support and increases its life. Each catcher's mitt is a work of art, individually hand made.
The professional players who choose this mitt are:
Mike Napoli (Anaheim), Greg Tatum (Baltimore), Steve Lerud (Baltimore), Jason Varitek (Boston), Luis Exposito (Boston), Mark Wagner (Boston), Lou Marson (Cleveland), Wyatt Torregas (Cleveland), Bryan Pena (Kansas City), Ed Bellorin (Kansas City), Josh Thole (New York), Mike Rivera (New York), Rob Johnson (Seattle), Max Ramirez (Texas), Bengie Molina (Texas), Raul Chavez (Toronto), Jose Molina (Toronto), Koyie Hill (Chicago), Michael McKenry (Colorado), AJ Ellis (Los Angeles), George Kottaras (Milwaukee), Jonathan Lucroy (Milwaukee), Jesus Flores (Washington), Jamie Burke (Washington), Omir Santos (New York), Brian Schneider (Philadelphia)
All Star CM3000SBT Pro Elite Catcher's Mitt 32" Features:
Exclusive Japanese tanned steer hide gives faster break in and extended life
Soft tan leather pocket gives great feel and extra POP
Black leather backing
Individually hand made
1 year warranty
- Review by: Jefferson Tisdale
- Sunday 08 December, 2013
- Pros: Solid glove, very strong leather.
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- Review by: dom
- Tuesday 15 July, 2014
- Pros: Ultra light glove, great stitching and graphics. . Why not wear what the pros wear..
- Cons: Can't find one
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- should i get a 33.5 or a 32.5- I'm 15 with kids throwing about 80-85
- Asked by pat on Thursday 22 May, 2014
- The size of your mitt will come down to what you feel most comfortable with. 32.5 is most common size made in catcher's mitts but the 33.5" will offer a little more range of coverage.
- Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
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