- 12.00 Inch Pattern
- Adjustable Velcro Wrist Strap
- Closed Back
- Combination of Kangaroo and Cowhide Leathers
- Fastpitch Softball Pattern
- Free Shipping!
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Reinforced Basket Web
- Some Break-In Required
- Top-Grain, Hand-Selected Leathers
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In a place called Nocona, Texas, premium ball gloves have been designed and handcrafted since 1934. For generations, the people of this small town have dedicated their lives to provide the best baseball product product, made right here in America, so that you can use it with great pride and confidence. The new Buckaroo Black Series features patterns made specifically for fastpitch softball players. These gloves are made from a combination of kangaroo leather and cowhide. All leathers used by Nokona are top-grain and hand-selected to meet Nokona's rigorous standards. This combination of leathers creates an incredibly lightweight feel that makes these gloves easy to control. Pound for pound, kangaroo is one of the toughest leathers in the world as it has a tensile strength 2 to 3 times higher than cowhide. This leather is ideal for the fingers of ball gloves as it is smooth and durable. The Buckaroo Black Series is about halfway game-ready, but will require some break-in, as all high quality gloves do. With a closed back design and adjustable wrist strap, the Buckaroo Black Series will provide the control necessary to dominate the softball field for years to come. Nokona: America's Pastime. American Made. Free Shipping!
by farm girl - Apr 14, 2013
Pros: good glove, fast shipping
Cons: not quite as broke in as i thought it would be
by Mace - Oct 06, 2011
Pros: This glove is worthy of the 5 stars based on looks alone. From the two tone styling down to the American flag proudly stitched along the finger, it is superb! It is very evident that this glove is handmade simply because of the lack of consistency from finger to finger. This actually is one of my favorite attributes of the glove, giving each one a desirable uniqueness. A proper break in is needed, even though it is very lite it has a bit of a stiff feel when wearing it. This is easily overcome by a proper break in. Hand message in some Nokona NLT conditioner regularly and use it, plain and simple. I truly feel this is a glove to last a life time for a very reasonable glove.
Cons: Realistically, none.
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My 12 year old/daughter mainly plays Centerfield & 2nd Base. Her coach has recommended either a 12.25" or 12". Love the "looks" of the Buckaroo Black Fastpitch Series (BF1200CBLK)...but, is a different model better (i.e. Classic Walnut)?? Also, is this glove also available in 12.25" (or, does it only go up in 1/2 inch increments)? Lastly, what is the difference between this glove & the AMG175KP?
Asked by scottg on Dec 10, 2012
The Nokona Buckaroo Black Fastpitch Series: BF1200CBLK (BS1200CBLK) is an excellent glove for her position. The Buckaroo is not available in a 12.25". However, the 12.50" runs small and will fit like a 12.25" glove. The AMG175KP is the same glove as the Nokona Buckaroo Black Fastpitch Series. The only difference is the color.
· Dec 10, 2012
My daughter is almost 14, plays short stop for travel and 2nd for varsity and I'm looking to get her a new, nice glove, strong, flexible, good padding etc. I'm looking at a 123 to 12 1/2" Nokona, Worth Liberty Advanced, the A2000 etc. Can you please help explain the differences in them, pros and cons? Thank you.
Asked by James on Nov 18, 2012
It would help to know exactly which gloves you are wanting to compare. However, glove shopping is pretty easy, because price tells the whole story. The higher the price, the higher the quality leather. The higher the quality of the leather, the stiffer and more durable the glove will be. So, after you; 1) Set your price and, 2) Choose your size, the rest comes down to the personal preference of the player. Feel free to call us at 1-866-321-4568 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
· Nov 18, 2012
My daughter is a relatively strong, tall and new 10 and under softball player. For a young girl, she has fairly large hands and is 5'1".
Asked by john on Oct 28, 2012
The Nokona Buckaroo Black Fastpitch Series would be an excellent choice for your daughter. It will require some break-in time though.
· Oct 28, 2012
Is this the best glove you would recommend for third base fastpitch?
Asked by Kiernan on Aug 31, 2012
The Nokona Buckaroo Black Fastpitch would be an excellent choice for a third baseman. The size will depend on the age of the player. For exact sizing check out our glove coach: http://www.justballgloves.com/glove-coach/
· Aug 31, 2012
Is this glove offered with the modified trapeze pocket? My daughter likes the strap on the back but likes the modifided trapeze pocket.
Asked by IowaBD on Jun 14, 2012
All of the Nokona Fastpitch Series gloves feature the basket web. Nokona does offer baseball gloves with modified trapeze webs but they do not have the adjustable strap.
· Jun 14, 2012
what size do you reccomend for playing infield?
Asked by surffer on Mar 23, 2012
It depends on the age of the player. I recommend checking out our Glove Coach located at the top of our webpage. It's a great tool!
· Mar 23, 2012
What"s the difference between a "softball" glove and a "fastpitch" softball glove?
Asked by Jeff on Mar 11, 2012
There is not going to be a difference between softball and fastpitch gloves.
· Mar 11, 2012
Is this a womens glove? my daughter is currently using a buckaroo amg 175. Does this have small fingers?
Asked by lefty on Dec 15, 2011
It is designed for softball, not fastpitch. But, it does run small so a woman could use the glove.
· Dec 15, 2011
The comments for this glove indicate that it has a "softball pattern." For old-man softball (age 57 and up), will this glove be better suited or the highest quality for someone playing the infield? How does this glove compare to the BL 1200 C or BL 1200 CBK?
Asked by Tommy on Aug 25, 2011
A 12 inch glove with a softball pattern would be better suited for someone playing the infield. This is definitely a high quality glove that's not only great for softball, but baseball as well. It will be a little softer and will have a larger pocket compared to the BL1200C and BL1200CBLK.
· Aug 26, 2011
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