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Nokona Bloodline Trap Web Glove (12.75-Inch)

by Nokona
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Right-Hand Throw
  • 12.75" Closed Web
  • Position Specific CT8 Leather
  • Genuine Sheep Skin pelt wrist liner
  • Breathable finger stalls
  • Prime Brand Steerhide palm

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Product Description

12.75" Trap Glove. Nokona is using our proprietary Prime® Leather as the basis for the Bloodline series. The unique tanning gives Bloodline the sturdiness top Baseball players demand and the comfort they deserve. Years of work with a vast array of leathers has allowed us to develop gloves for each position on the field. From supple soft leathers in the outfield to sturdy dense leathers for our catcher’s mitts, each glove has its own unique quality for play.  We have added Radial Piping to the fingers and thumb to ensure top form in each glove. Using palm lamination and breathable finger stalls, this will be the best fit you will ever have in a glove.

Buying Guide

Amazon.com Baseball and Softball Glove Guide
Playing the Field
Baseball and softball gloves are specially designed to suit the needs of a given field position, with each style of glove boasting unique features to improve a player's performance at his or her position. The following is a brief summary of each glove's characteristics:
  • Catcher: No finger channels, with heavy palm padding and overall reinforcements to reduce the sting of repeatedly catching pitchers' throws
  • First Base: Also lacks finger channels, but with less padding that a catcher's mitt, with added length to help catch infield throws and shallow pocket, enabling quick ball retrieval
  • Infield: Five-fingered glove has shallow pocket for fast ball retrieval, with nine- to 10-inch youth sizes and 10.5- to 11.5-inch adult sizes, and softball infield gloves having a deeper pocket to accept the larger ball
    • Second base players require smaller gloves to balance control with the need to make quick throws
    • Shortstops use a mid-sized glove for ground balls and quick throws
    • Third base players need a larger glove for maximum catching power
  • Outfield: Glove is longer to provide extended reach, with a deep pocket to handle high-lofting balls, and sizes range from 12 inches and up for adults and 11 inches for youth players
  • Softball Gloves: The characteristics, by position, of softball gloves are typically similar to their baseball counterparts, with softball gloves having more length and deeper pockets to handle the larger ball

Anatomy of a Glove
Gloves are designed to perform a relatively simple task--catch a ball. The quality of materials and craftsmanship that can go into a building a glove, however, can be surprising. Below is an overview of a glove's components and how each helps optimize your defensive game:

  • Pocket: Pocket depth is determined by player position, with shallower pockets helping infielders quickly retrieve and throw the ball, and outfielders' pocket depth aiding in capturing a ball on the fly. Softball players also need deeper pockets to catch the larger ball.
  • Webbing: The preferred webbing pattern is partly determined by field position and partly by player preference. Generally, open webbing helps infielders quickly retrieve the ball, closed or tightly woven webbing gives outfielders and third basemen extra support, and closed webbing allows pitchers to hide the ball from the batter.
  • Backs: The back of a glove, or the part that goes across the top of your hand, can either be closed or open, which is largely a matter of player preference. Some infielders find an open back to be more flexible and forgiving, while outfielders may like a closed back with finger hole for added support.
  • Wrist Adjustment: Some gloves include fit systems, or wrist adjustments, to help keep the glove tightly affixed to a player's hand. The most popular closures are buckles, D-rings, lacing, and Velcro.
  • Padding: How padded a glove's pocket is depends on position, with catcher being the most heavily padded. In recent years, many manufacturers have begun to add padding to other position gloves to reduce "palm shock."
  • Materials: By and large, gloves are constructed using one of three materials--leather, treated leather, or synthetic--with the differences relating to feel and durability.
    • Leather: Most high-end gloves are made of leather, which offers optimal feel and durability, with leather quality being a significant cost driver
    • Treated Leather: Leather material is softened and strengthened during production for quicker break-in, better durability, and lower maintenance
    • Synthetic: A lower-cost alternative to leather that offers reduced durability and responsiveness, and is a good option for beginning players

Fits Like a...
As mentioned above, age and position are the most significant factors in selecting a proper glove size. Outfielders need larger gloves with deeper pockets for maximum "catchability," while infield gloves are smaller and have shallower pockets for optimal control and speedy ball removal. Some pitchers opt for infield gloves that are slightly larger than standard, yet small and shallow enough for rapid fielding and throwing. Most younger players will benefit from youth-sized gloves that help with control, and it's a good idea to resist the temptation to buy a larger glove the child will grow into.

The tables below offer a general guideline for proper glove size by sport, position, and age.

Baseball Glove Size
Age Position Glove Size
Under 8 Infield 9"
Under 8 Outfield 11"
9-13 Infield 9-10"
9-13 Outfield 11-12"
13 and older Infield 10.5-11.5"
13 and older Outfield 12-12.75"

Softball Glove Size
Age Position Glove Size
6 and under All 9-10"
7-9 All 10-11.5"
10-14 Infield 11.5-12.5"
10-14 Outfield 12-13"
15 and older Infield 12-13"
15 and older Outfield 12.5-14"

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B001W79G5U
  • Item model number: AMG1275
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,092,528 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Hand Orientation: Right-Hand Throw Verified Purchase
I CHOSE THIS PRODUCT BECAUSE I ENJOY BASEBALL, THE QUALITY & I WANTED A GLOVE THAT I COULD HAND DOWN TO MY SON.
THIS GLOVE WAS MADE W/ CARE & IT IS MADE TO LAST SEVERAL LIFE TIMES, IF TAKEN CARE OF.
GREAT VALUE, CUSTOMER SERVICE & KNOWLEDGE LISTED IN THE PRODUCTS PAPERWORK IS SPOT ON.
1ST RATE GLOVE ALL THE WAY AROUND
I WOULD DEFINITELY RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT TO OTHERS.
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Hand Orientation: Right-Hand Throw Verified Purchase
Excellent glove. I'm thrilled that I was able to purchase one of the last ones made in the USA (for a left handed thrower).
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