- 12.75 Inch Pattern
- Breaks in From Thumb to Ring or Little Finger
- Deep 130 Degree Pocket
- Deer Tanned Cowhide Leather Lining
- Fastback With Adjustable D-Ring Strap
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- High Quality Oil-Tanned Pro Select Leather
- Laceless Heel and Palm
- Outfield Model
- REVO Solid Core Construction
- Trapeze Web
- USA Tanned Pro Laces
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Up until 1875, baseball players didn't even use a glove when playing defense. In the late 1800's, players began using fingerless gloves on both hands, and it wasn't until 1919 that the idea of a "web" was even suggested. Unlike with bats, there are rarely innovations in the glove industry these days that really revolutionize the game. This season, Rawlings will change everything. Introducing the REVO Series player specific gloves from Rawlings. Featuring Solid Core Technology, these gloves eliminate traditional lining, and instead use layers to cater to how a player catches the ball based on position and personal preference. These layers, combined with the absence of heel and palm lacing, result in a glove that is naturally easier to close and less time consuming to break in. The REVO design creates a preformed pocket that gives players a better feel and enhanced grip of the ball, giving new meaning to the phrase "fits like a glove". Rawlings has divided these REVO gloves into three categories classified by pocket depth: Deep, Standard, and Flat. This particular model is part of the REVO 950 Series and is made from high quality oil-tanned, Pro Select shell leather with deer tanned cowhide leather lining. The Deep 130 degree pocket on this glove breaks in from thumb to ring or little finger, and is tailor-made for players that catch the ball one-handed. With a Trapeze Web and a Fastback closed back design, this 12.75 Inch model allows for unparalleled control to snag balls in the outfield. Rawlings: Redesigning Defense. Free Shipping!
by NYG Fan - Mar 02, 2013
Pros: Nice Size, High Quality Leather, Price.
Cons: A little stiff at first but with some saddle soap, softened up quickly.
by 10BASEBALLMICHAEL - Apr 22, 2013
Pros: THE GLOVE GREAT WE ALL READY HAD ONE AND I GOT MY SON ANOTHER ONE JUST IN CASE ,YOU KNOW HOW 13 YEAR OLD BOYS ARE ,,AND THE PRICE WAS GREAT AS WELL ,,THANKS
Cons: NO CONS
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I'm currently using an old Rawlings SG56 Fastback. I believe it is a 12" mitt, which I've had for 20+ years. It feels kind of small on me, but I'm worried about going to a 12.75" glove. Is that really much of a jump? (I'm 51, 6'0", 220). I primarily thrown with my boys and coach.
Asked by BW on Apr 09, 2013
Holding a 12.75" glove like the Rawlings REVO 950 Series: 9SC127FD next to a 12" model, you'll definitely be able to tell a difference. If comparing gloves from the same series or manufacturer, a 12" glove will often fit the same as a 12.75" glove. The difference is a 12.75" glove will have a taller and deeper pocket. 12.75" is the most common size outfielders glove for MLB players. If you just need a glove to use when coaching or playing catch in the yards, a 12.75" model will work just fine.
· Apr 09, 2013
About how long will it take to break in? How does this compare to the Gold Glove Legend Series outfield glove?
Asked by johnathan on Apr 05, 2013
The Rawlings REVO 950 Series: 9SC127FD will take about a week to fully break-in the glove. The Rawlings REVO is a more durable leather than the Rawlings Gold Glove Legend Series.
· Apr 05, 2013
Would you recommend this for softball infield?
Asked by Mike on Mar 26, 2013
The Rawlings REVO 950 Series: 9SC127FD has a deep pocket and could be used for an infield softball player.
· Mar 26, 2013
How good is the quality of this leather? I play baseball competitively and am looking for a glove made with high quality leather that will last me through high school.
Asked by 20baseball on Feb 27, 2013
The Rawlings REVO 950 Series: 9SC127FD is made from high quality tanned cowhide leather and with proper care should last you through high school.
· Feb 27, 2013
How does this gloves quality compare to the quality of the TB24B?
Asked by J123 on Feb 15, 2013
The Rawlings Heart of the Hide Series: PROTB24B has a stiffer and more durable leather than the Rawlings REVO 950 Series: 9SC127FD.
· Feb 15, 2013
Would you recommend a trapeze style web like this, or an H-Style web for a center fielder?
Asked by Mike on Oct 30, 2012
Both would be perfect for Center field/Outfield use. The Rawlings REVO 950 Series: 9SC127FD does have the Trapeze style Web. If you are unfamiliar with the feel of a Trapeze Web I would say it does take a little bit of getting used to. The Trapeze Web and H-Web are loved and preferred by many Professional Center fielders. It is more of a player preference whether or not you like one or the other. I would say you need to try both on and get a feel each and allow that to make your decision. Both are great webs for Center field use though.
· Oct 30, 2012
Would this be a good glove for High School fastpitch softball? my daughter plays 1B and outfield?
Asked by Revo19 on Aug 10, 2012
The Rawlings REVO 950 Series: 9SC127FD is designed with baseball in mind, but it does have a deeper than average pocket and would work just find for fastpitch softball.
· Aug 10, 2012
Is it even fair to compare this glove the PROS27TBR? Those are the two I'm down too. I want a very durable glove that closes easily. My hand is small with long fingers/thumb except for a short pinkie (go figure).
Asked by DC950 on May 18, 2012
Both are excellent gloves. They both use high quality leather that will be very durable. The Rawlings REVO will be a little easier to break in, and open and close.
· May 18, 2012
Is this glove made in the U.S.?
Asked by Stickman on Feb 08, 2012
The 9SC127FD is made in the Philippines.
· Feb 09, 2012
After 27 Years I had to retire my Glove (Rawlings Gold Glove Series) I still play competitive Softball 4 days a week and for the past 10 years playing primarily 1st base. It was the best investment i ever made. That being said i will not consider trying anything a Rawlings! It is hard to tell from a pitcher and a brief description but it seems like the Revo 959 12.5 will serve me well at first and occasional spot duties in the field. What is your opinion? I thought i would of retired before my glove. The advancements seem to come a long way since i purchased one last.
Asked by Drew on Feb 01, 2012
This is a very durable glove and will last you many seasons. This glove will hold it's shape and will have good padding. This is a solid choice for a glove.
· Feb 01, 2012
I am going into high school and looking for a glove that will last 4 years, which would you prefer this or the TPX Pro Flare?
Asked by swolen on Nov 14, 2011
This is a great choice of glove. Very well made, should last the 4yrs and beyond. It will break in easily and will feel like you've had the glove forever.
· Nov 14, 2011
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