Rawlings 12.5" Sandlot Series Slow Pitch Glove

Priced: $79.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 10 reviews.
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Rawlings 12.5" Sandlot Series Slow Pitch Glove - Make a diving catch with the Rawlings ® 12.5" Sandlot Series glove at the next game. This glove featured the basket web pattern, which was one of the first flexible webs that made the glove easier to squeeze. The Sandlot Series has a unique antiquing process that creates a vintage look to new leather. Go for the win with the Rawlings ® Sandlot Series glove.
Country Of Origin: Philippines

Webbing:

  • Basket web pattern

Pockets:

  • Deep pocket

Features:

  • Model SL125P
  • Infield/Pitcher model
  • Retro leather
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Rawlings 12.5" Sandlot Series Slow Pitch Glove Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Unbeatable glove for the price.

I really can't find anything negative to say about this glove, considering it's under $100. The leather is soft and smooth, it's about 70% broken in on purchase, and the feel is great. For anyone who grew up playing with dad's old glove, you'll fall immediately in love with the look and feel of this glove. The lining is retro shell leather and wool, so it can be hot, but it's butter smooth and still a great deal at only [$].
Bam Bam at Dick's Sporting Goods on 07/07/2011

great glove

Great glove for the price. 12 1/2 inches is plenty big enough for the recreational user. Glove was already broken in when I bought it and felt like I'd been using it for months the first time I threw a ball around. I haven't had it long enough to comment on durability, but so far, I've got no complaints.
Chris at Dick's Sporting Goods on 03/03/2011

Great glove.

I bought this glove as a replacement for the same model I have used for 20 years. It is easy to break in and I used it the day I bought it. Rawlings to me makes the very best gloves you can buy and this one is no exception.
I wish I was Knox. at Dick's Sporting Goods on 04/04/2012

durable it outlasted my chevy

got this model back when it was the "ken griffey jr" edition back in 2004 to play ball my freshman year in highschool, love it still use and if the leather straps give out i'll relace it and keep using it i'd buy another one in a heartbeat
chuckles at Dick's Sporting Goods on 02/02/2011

I would buy this glove again and again.

- this glove is used for 11/12 baseball: games; practice.
- my son loves the cushioned palm pad.
- received several complements on the look and feel of this glove.
- my son had nothing but positive things to say that I even bought one for myself.
Carl R. at Dick's Sporting Goods on 05/05/2010

LOVE it

LOVE it i use it for softball games and best glove i've had
Stephanie at Dick's Sporting Goods on 07/07/2010

ITS GREAT

Perfect. It doesn't get any better.
GMAN at Dick's Sporting Goods on 03/03/2011

i love it

reall good glove
the baseball guy at Dick's Sporting Goods on 05/05/2011

Negative Reviews:

This glove sucks

I got this glove a few months back and I thought it would be a good glove WRONG. This glove just sucks. It is to flimsy when I broke it in. To hot. The laces are dried out and one already broke. The only good thing is that it was cheep so I didn't lose alot of money. Don't buy this glove. Just spend the money to buy an a2000 it's better and will last longer than this
Josh at Dick's Sporting Goods on 05/05/2011

Don't Buy

I got this glove three years ago and it is horrible. I was really excited when i got it. This glove is supposed to broken in already when you get it. It took me two years of playing catch and and oiling to FINALLY break it in.
Jim the Runner at Dick's Sporting Goods on 03/03/2011