SKU: B007Q1RWE8
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SHOELESS JOE 30" Joe Junior Series Baseball Catcher's Mitts - B007Q1RWE8

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  • MODEL – 30" Catcher’s mitt is a youth model for the ages of 7-11

  • MATERIAL & DESIGN - Special aged soft antique tobacco leather with closed web style

  • INTENDED FOR – It is built for the youngest of catchers, a perfect first catcher’s mitt for your aspiring catcher

  • FEATURES - Individually hand-cut and sewn, keeps its shape and structure for many seasons

  • FIT - Left-Hand Throw (Item goes on the right hand), Right-Hand Throw (Item goes on the left hand)

  • SHOELESS JOE 30" JOE JUNIOR SERIES CATCHER’S BASEBALL MITT Shoeless Joe 30" youth catcher’s glove is made from 100% Steerhide leather, using Shoeless Joe’s unique tobacco tanning process. The 30-inch catcher’s glove is designed to better accommodate the young athlete’s hand, thus allowing the catcher to receive and hold the ball in the gloves web. Like all Shoeless Joe gloves, the 30″ catcher’s glove is easily broke in to be made ready to take to the field. The 30-Inch Joe Junior Catcher’s Mitt is built for the youngest of catchers. A perfect first catcher’s mitt for your aspiring catcher. We recommend this glove for kids age 7 – 11. Important tips on how to care for a Shoeless Joe Ball Glove 1. Make sure the hand is positioned as deep as possible inside the glove, and then play serious catch for about 30 minutes. The glove will usually then be “Field Ready” 2. Always store a Shoeless Joe ball glove with a ball inside the pocket, and secure the ball with a rubber band or other elastic device that wraps around the glove. This process will help maintain the gloves shape 3. While being worn, make sure that the hand and fingers are inserted into the glove as far as possible. This will help form the pocket and correctly close the glove when receiving a ball 4. Regularly inspect a glove to make sure that all of the laces are securely tied with a square knot. Two or three times a year inspect and tighten the laces. This will help the glove maintain its pocket. It is not uncommon to have to replace laces after a couple of years of play.