- 12.00 Inch Pitchers Pattern
- Basket Web
- Dri-Lex Technology
- Endlessly Field Tested
- Free Shipping
- Made from Pro Stock Leather-American steerhide hand-selected for its durability and feel
- Pro Sleeve
- Super Skin
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This years Wilson A2000 series is simply the best ever. Since its introduction in 1957, the Wilson A2000 has set the standard for premium ball gloves. The A2000 gloves are made from American Pro Stock Steer hide that is hand selected for its rugged durability. A2000 series gloves also offer the new Dri-Lex technology. This Dri-Lex technology is an ultra-breathable wrist lining that transfers moisture away from the skin, keeping your hand cool and dry. A2000 series gloves also feature the patented Dual Welting system that offers a pre-curved finger design that helps maintain a stable and durable pocket. The Dual Welting technology is a patented design used exclusively by Wilson in the United States. Super Skin Technology offers twice the strength as normal leathers with half the weight and instant flexibility. All patterns are endlessly field tested and constantly improved by hundreds of professionals and top amateur players. The Wilson A2000 series gloves are unmatched in feel and offer consistent performance. Free Shipping!
by Lucky5 - Feb 25, 2010
Pros: Typical Wilson. Great glove and cool look. Feels nice and broke in easily.
by SJB - Jan 27, 2013
Pros: I really loved this glove. I pitch for the Thomas University Nighthawks, and this glove got me through my freshman year of college baseball. It was great. Durable, took a beating from the weather, and held up nicely all season long. It's still good to go now, I just wanted to retire it before I loved it too hard. Great glove, definitely worth every penny.
Cons: I want it to last forever.
by anonymous - Jul 31, 2008
Pros: Great pitchers glove, works for infield positions but would not recommend
Cons: stiff web
by CJ FRIAS - Mar 17, 2009
Pros: nice leather,god laces,pithcers glove,nice color.the greatest glove ever!!!
Cons: a little big for position player,hard to break in.
by BADCO99 - Jan 07, 2009
Pros: dude u r right it does have a stiff dont get stick with a2k or rawlings heart of hide
Cons: stiff web
by matt - Mar 21, 2009
Pros: ok glove
Cons: it hurts to catch it in the palm, and it took me 3 weeks to break it in.
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I have a son who plays varsity high school outfield and pitches, would this 12" glove work well for both or should he get a larger glove for outfield?
Asked by George Jetson on Dec 11, 2012
If your son pitches more than he is in the outfield the Wilson A2000 Series: A2000 ASOB 12.00" would be the correct size. If he plays outfield more than pitching we recommend a 12.50" glove.
· Dec 11, 2012
Would this glove be better used for Softball or Baseball?
Asked by Denise on Dec 09, 2012
Constructed with a deep basket web, this glove would be suitable for both styles of ball play. Along with the versatiliy, it's durability can be attributed to the Pro Stock Leather chosen for this model. Here is the link to view more details on this glove. http://www.ballglovewarehouse.com/product/wilson-a2000-series--a2000-asob/3897/
· Dec 09, 2012
Would this glove work to pitch and play infield in high school?
Asked by billy on Oct 29, 2012
Yes. At 12", the Wilson A2000 Series: A2000 ASOB is a great option for a High School utility player.
· Oct 29, 2012
What size glove for an infielder would be perfect for a high school softball? 11.50,11.75 or 12
Asked by adf0227 on Oct 09, 2012
A 12" glove would be ideal for infield play in softball. An 11.75" would work as well but a 11.50" glove would be too small for softball.
· Oct 09, 2012
what glove is better, this or a Rawlings Heart of the hide
Asked by JS8 on Jun 15, 2012
You can't go wrong with either of these gloves. They are both very high quality gloves, but the Rawlings Heart of the Hide will probably break in a little quicker than the Wilson A2000 Series: A2000 ASOB.
· Jun 15, 2012
How do you flare this glove? I want this glove cuz im going to be a d1 college pitcher next year and want a glove that conceals the ball and has the finger sleeve.I tried to flare my other a2000el3, but I could only flare the thumb prob cuz I didn't use oil or conditioner on it. Just played catch with it and formed it as it got softer.
Asked by CSU pitcher on Jun 13, 2012
Pretty simple... As you break you're glove in, just keep shaping it the way you want it. Even when you're just sitting around the house, be sure you have the glove in your hands and are molding it the way you want it. A little glove oil at the start will help as well.
· Jun 13, 2012
is this glove the correct size for a soon to be 11 year old who is 4 11.5 inches tall?
Asked by deano on Jan 16, 2012
This is an adult glove and will be too big for an 11 year old. I would go with a youth model Wilson A2000 Showcase Series: A2000 SCB2 Youth.
· Jan 17, 2012
Just want to make sure this glove has the sleeve for the left index finger.
Asked by bnhlm on Dec 01, 2011
Yes, it does have the finger sleeve.
· Dec 01, 2011
This is a baseball glove not a softball glove? And will the finger sleeve rip off the glove?
Asked by jim on Sep 14, 2011
This is going to be a glove that can be used in either baseball or softball. This glove is going to have a big enough pocket to be used in softball. It might take a little getting use to in softball, but it will work.
· Sep 15, 2011
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