Nothing competes with world famous Pro Stock Leather, and that's exactly why Wilson constructs the A2000 with it. We're talking high quality. To make these gloves even better, Wilson's exclusive MLB Game Patterns are made with the same specs the pro players demand. Their time spent at the ball fields with countless athletes is the key to discovering advancements that will outperform and outlast all other gloves.
Pro Stock Leather: American Steerhide prized by professional players for its rugged durability and unmatched feel. The perfect ball glove leather.
Dual-Welting: The "exposed edges" of leather along each finger back - we do this twice on each finger to provide the most durable pocket and long lasting break in.
Dri-Lex: Ultra-breathable wrist lining transfers moisture from the skin, keeping your hand cool and dry.
Pro Stock Patterns: Exclusive hand designed patterns continuously improved by Aso-san and the Wilson Advisory Staff year after year.
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The El3 is the perfect size and web for third base. The el3 took the longest to break in of any infield glove I have had. The takes a while to form to your hand. Overall it's just an ok glove but not to bad! The color of the gove is more of an orange color but looks absolutely sick! (Posted on 2/13/14)
The EL3 pattern is listed at 11.75 but defiantly plays 12" plus, which is great for third. Deep enought to secure the ball and enough feel for a quick transfer. (Posted on 2/10/14)
Great leather and feel. Keepsit shape and forms a great pocket. Breaks in quickly and the drilex keeps your hand from getting moist. (Posted on 2/2/14)
breaks in well and like i the way it feels it is really nice glove overall (Posted on 2/2/14)
The glove can mold to your hand in about 3-4 days. Has long laces, so if you like to click your glove, soft, less palm padding I personally like to feel sting in the palm to get that feel. It has a nice deep pocket. (Posted on 2/2/14)
good padding i still wear a batting glove under it cuz of the feel. good sound. (Posted on 1/28/14)