Slowpitch Softball Gloves

easton salvo series glove

Review: Easton Salvo Series 13.5-inch First-Base Mitt

If you’re new to slow pitch, the Easton Salvo Series may not be familiar to you. But, if you’ve spent any time in the game, you will have either seen them in play or experienced them first hand. The Salvo series has earned its reputation of provide a functional mix […]

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rawlings rsb series slowpitch glove

Review: Rawlings RSB Series Slowpitch Gloves

The most serious of slow-pitch softball players will spend serious funds on their equipment. These players know that the materials in high-end gloves mature and improve over time, and that they are worth the investment. Players that can really flash leather need gloves that like to be flashed. To a […]

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Rawlings Player Preferred 13 inch

Rawlings Player Preferred Series P130HFL (13 Inch Glove) Review

Players in slow-pitch softball tend to float around the field, playing whatever position they are needed to inning by inning. Some of these players also put in time on the baseball diamond, whether it be in a wooden-bat league, or any of the other myriad ways we keep our love […]

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fastpitch pitcher

A Rundown of the Differences Between Fastpitch and Slowpitch Softball Gloves

Fastpitch softball is often played as a more competitive version of softball, with slowpitch being more recreational. The two slightly vary in rules, as traditional slowpitch softball regulations disallow bunting and base stealing. For the most part, the two versions are quite similar. There are some minor differences between fastpitch gloves and […]

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Wilson A360 Slowpitch Softball Glove

Wilson A360 Slowpitch Softball Glove Review

If you’re stuck in the middle and not sure what position you’re going to be playing, you need to choose a glove that is versatile and will meet your needs every time. That is why the Wilson A360 Slowpitch Softball Glove was created—to cater to all playing positions on the field. The 13” size […]

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