Wilson A2000 baseball gloves are the number one (1) selling Pro Stock glove in the world! Since its introduction in 1957, the Wilson A2000 has set the standard and continues to exceed expectations year after year. With over 55 years of game changing performance, the A2000 is still one of the top selling and most popular glove choices among baseball's top athletes. Wilson has spent decades working with both MLB players and sandlot players to refine the A2000 design so that it outperforms and outlasts all others. With an American Pro Stock Steerhide Leather construction that is hand selected for its rugged durability, long lasting structure, and unbeatable feel, the A2000 is guaranteed to be your gamer. Inside of each model, the Dri-Lex Wrist Lining helps keep sweat at bay and ensures your hand stays cool and dry even during the summer's hottest days. Unmatched in their feel and performance, all A2000 patterns are endlessly field tested and constantly improved by hundreds of professionals and top amateur players that choose only Wilson Ball Gloves. The result is a glove that breaks in perfectly for hardworking players everywhere. There's a reason Wilson Pro Stock gloves are sold to ballplayers more often than all other brands combined. Wilson: The Official Glove of Major League Baseball!
This 1786 Wilson A2000 Baseball Glove (WTA20RB181786) features an 11.50-inch pattern, an I-web (Wilson's H-web) with double X laces at the base, and dual welting for a more durable pocket. Due to the popular construction of the 1786 pattern, this model is Wilson's most popular infielder's glove. Turn two in this beautiful black and blonde design and order one of these A2000 baseball gloves today with free shipping and the 100 Day Love Your Glove Guarantee. Remember, we're here for you from click to catch!
How long will it take to get this glove from the time I click buy?
The 2018 Wilson A2000 11.5" Baseball Glove: WTA20RB181786 is guaranteed within 5 business days. Most customers receive their orders within 2-3 business days though as we ship from Kansas City, MO.
I want a glove that is durable and will last me many seasons. Do you recommend this glove or the 2018 A2000 with Superskin?
Both this 2018 Wilson A2000 11.5" Baseball Glove (WTA20RB181786) and an A2000 with superskin would be able to last many seasons of use if the gloves were to be cared for properly. Proper care often includes the following: (1) Always store the glove at a controlled, indoor temperature. Try to avoid leaving it out in the elements or in a car. (2) Always treat the glove with oil when it begins to show signs of dryness. However, do not over apply oil as too much will eventually make the glove very heavy. (3) When the glove is not being used, consider placing a baseball or softball in the pocket to ensure that pocket is maintaining its shape at all times.
Would you recommend this glove or the DP15? I had a DP15 and loved it but love this color scheme.
I think both gloves would be excellent models and good performers. The main difference will be the size of the finger stalls and wrist opening will be slightly smaller on the Pedroia model than this A2000, so keep that in mind.
My hand size is 7.5 inches long. Would my hand fit this glove or should I get a Wilson A2000 with Pedroia fit?
Unfortunately it would be hard to say if the 2018 Wilson A2000 11.5" Baseball Glove: WTA20RB181786 would fit your hand on the length of it alone. We do have a 100 day guarantee so you would be able to try both and see what works best for you.
Does this glove come in a 12 or 12.5 inch pattern?
Unfortunately the 2018 Wilson A2000 11.5" Baseball Glove: WTA20RB181786 is only featured in the 11.50 inch design.
When ordering this glove could the wrist opening be relaced to the tightest setting before being shipped?
Unfortunately the 2018 Wilson A2000 11.5" Baseball Glove: WTA20RB181786 would be shipped the same way we receive the glove from Wilson. You can always adjust the wrist set up once you receive the glove or potential consider a DP15 model such as the 2017 Wilson A2000 11.5" Baseball Glove: A20RB17DP15; these gloves are set up with smaller hand openings and tighter finger stalls.
Would this glove be loose on the hand of a 13 year old?
Generally speaking, around the age of 13 most players will begin to move to adult model gloves like the 2018 Wilson A2000 11.5" Baseball Glove: WTA20RB181786. If your player finds that the wrist opening it too large then we would recommend looking into the 2017 Wilson A2000 11.5" Baseball Glove: A20RB17DP15. This glove features the Pedroia fit with a smaller wrist opening and shorter finger stalls for a more secure fit.
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A true American icon in the world of sports equipment. This Chicago-based manufacturer of quality gloves began in 1913 as Ashland Manufacturing, which was as a subsidiary of the Wilson & Co. meat company. At one point, the enterprise became known as the Thomas E. Wilson Co., taking the name of an early chief executive. In 1931, the name was changed to Wilson Sporting Goods Co.
Wilson makes a variety of baseball gloves for several different positions. They are best known for models that include A2K and A2000, as well as custom gloves. Players such as Clayton Kershaw and Miguel Cabrera have sported Wilson baseball gloves.
(1) - First remove any existing dirt by wiping the glove with a clean, dry cloth. (2) - When clean, rub a small amount of conditioner into the leather with hands or clean cloth. (3) - Work it into the web, palm, laces, inside of the glove, & any other area that has become dry or is starting to crack. (4) - When finished, place your glove in a warm, dry area (70 - 90 F) & allow the leather to absorb the conditioner for 24 hrs. (5) - Re-treat your glove when you notice the leather is starting to dry out. Prior to the off-season, apply a light coat of conditioner to keep the leather from becoming brittle.
Note: Excessive glove conditioner/oil can damage or shorten the life of a new glove. Use it sparingly.
Conditioner - Easier to Apply Compared to Liquefied Oils