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Nokona Bloodline Baseball Glove

by Nokona
6 customer reviews

Price: $249.00 - $307.38
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Right Hand
  • 11.5" Modified Trap Web
  • Genuine Sheep Skin pelt wrist liner
  • Breathable finger stalls
  • Prime Brand Steer hide palm

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11.5" Modified Bloodline is full grain smooth aniline leather, vacuum dried, with a feel top added for a nice “hand” in a waxy tonnage. Bloodline offers a rich, traditional appearance produced on heavy steers of the highest quality.

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  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00AE2ZBU8
  • Item model number: BL-1150M / L BLACK-P
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #315,852 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By B. A. Morris on May 15, 2014
I only buy Nokona gloves for their quality leather and american craftsmanship and this glove doesn't disappoint. This leather is unbelievable, imagine the nicest leather jacket made into a glove and that's how it feels, its soft and slightly tacky, its stiff but flexible. I upgraded from a 11.5 walnut version, the walnut was stiff I couldn't close it but the blood line is just as stiff but its soft enough to close. After a week the walnut version showed signs of wear on the lacing, light scratching, wrinkled palm and the bloodline shows no signs of wear at all. The pocket is deep, and the trap is very stiff and needs a lot of attention which I don't mind. All the lacing is bloodline leather the welting is leather and the wrist strap lining is real wool. This is the best glove I have ever felt and can't recommend this glove enough, pay the extra money and get this glove its built to last a long time.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sean I Chu on November 6, 2013
This was my first Nokona glove and I fell in love with Nokona gloves. I’ve used Wilson A2K and other Japanese brand gloves, including SSK and Hatakeyama, but ever since I used this Nokona Bloodline, Nokona is the only glove I use. It breaks in really nicely and I feel like the glove forms to your hand perfectly. I use Nokona NLT Glove Conditioner once in a while to maintain the glove, because the longer I use it, the more I like it and it truly feels like the extension of your hand.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Headhunter on October 31, 2013
I bought my son a Bloodline two seasons ago. We only live a two hour drive from the factory, so we actually went to Nocona, Texas and bought the glove.
I do love Nokona. They are the only significant glove maker that still makes them right here in the U.S. Even the very top of the line gloves from Rawlings are made in Asia.
Now, one explanation...my son plays a lot of baseball. Between Spring and Fall select teams he plays over 150 games per year.
Now that he has played with the Bloodline for two years, I will not hesitate to buy him a Nokona for his next glove, but it will not be a Bloodline. The same thing that makes a Bloodline so easy to break in and so playable is what makes it less than rigid when it is a year old.
His next glove will be an American Legend or a Pro-Line. Both are made with Sandstone leather which is much stiffer than Bloodline, Kangaroo, or Buffalo. It will take a while to break in, but it will last years longer.
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