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This DP15 Wilson A2000 SuperSkin Baseball Glove (WTA20RB18DP15SS) 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. With the DP15 construction, this model is offered with a Pedroia Fit that is intended for players with smaller hands. On the back of the glove, Wilson has applied the man-made SuperSkin technology to help reduce excess weight, repel moisture, and shorten the break in period. Keep in mind that SuperSkin A2000 gloves are also known for being 2X stronger than an all-leather A2000. Step up your defensive presence and buy one of these A2000 baseball gloves today with free shipping and our 100 Day Love Your Glove Guarantee. Remember, we'll be here from click to catch!
The Pedroia fit models, such as the 2018 Wilson A2000 SuperSkin 11.5" Baseball Glove: WTA20RB18DP15SS, feature a smaller wrist opening and tighter finger stalls for a more secure fit for smaller hands.
What does the SuperSkin do?
The SuperSkin featured on this 2018 Wilson A2000 SuperSkin 11.5" Baseball Glove (WTA20RB18DP15SS) helps lighten the weight on the glove, repel moisture and is 2x stronger than traditional leather.
Would this fit a person with an adult sized hand if they adjusted it?
The 2018 Wilson A2000 SuperSkin 11.5" Baseball Glove (WTA20RB18DP15SS) will fit an adult hand. However, it may be a little tight. Its original design is to be a little bit smaller than the average adult glove.
My son has a A500 11.5 inch. Is the wrist opening and finger stalls similar? Is the Pedroia fit close to other higher end youth glove like the Nokona's as far as wrist and finger size?
The 2018 Wilson A2000 SuperSkin 11.5" Baseball Glove: WTA20RB18DP15SS does feature a small hand opening and slightly narrower finger stalls than a standard fit, but it would be just a bit larger than the fit of the Nokona youth and A500 gloves.
I'm a 13 year old SS, what type of webbing would you suggest for me? I really like the single post web, but wondering if an I-web would be better.
The web is more of a preference, the I- Web would work great at short, such as 2018 Wilson A2000 SuperSkin 11.5" Baseball Glove: WTA20RB18DP15SS
On the A2000 Customizer, it shows the Tropical Blue as looking a bit darker. I was wondering if I selected the Tropical Blue on the customizer, would it show up just like this color blue?
Yes, the tropical blue color offered in the Wilson Custom Ball Glove Builder, will be the same as the tropical blue piping color featured on this 2018 Wilson A2000 SuperSkin 11.5" Baseball Glove (WTA20RB18DP15SS).
Do the A1K DP models and the A2000/A2K DP models fit the same?
Yes, the Pedroia fit is the same across the board from Wilson. All Pedroia fitting models will have the same wrist opening and finger stalls on the A1K, A2000, and A2K models.
Best way to break in a SuperSkin glove?
The best way to break in the 2018 Wilson A2000 SuperSkin 11.5" Baseball Glove: WTA20RB18DP15SS would be to play catch with it as much as possible as well as using a small amount of glove oil or conditioner on the inside of the glove.
Would this be a good glove for a 12 year old middle infielder?
Yes, the 2018 Wilson A2000 SuperSkin 11.5" Baseball Glove: WTA20RB18DP15SS would be a good glove for a 12 year old middle infielder. It has the Pedroia Fit which means that it will have smaller finger stalls and a smaller wrist opening than a normal adult glove which will help it to fit a 12 year old better.
I'm a nine year old third basemen would this be a good glove or would one of the Rawlings Heart of the Hide be better?
Both gloves will be very good performers. It would mostly come down to personal preference.
I'm a 10 year old 3rd basemen. Would this be a good glove or would the new Rawlings Heart of the Hide be better?
Both this glove and the Heart of the Hide are excellent models. It would mostly come down to personal preference, as both should perform very similar.
My son currently has a Wilson A800. How does the fit of this glove compare to the A800?
Series: A800 Optima
This glove has the Pedroia Fit which means it will have a smaller wrist opening and finger stalls than a traditional adult model. If your A800 has the Pedroia Fit, then it will be the same. If not, than the fits may be slightly different depending on if you had a youth glove and are moving up to an adult, or if you are swapping from an adult model to a Pedroia.
What would be the best way to break in this glove?
The 2018 Wilson A2000 SuperSkin 11.5" Baseball Glove: WTA20RB18DP15SS will actually have a quicker break-in period than the non-Superskin options. But to answer the original question, I would recommend as much catch as you can. Another option is to have it on the player's hand while watching tv or reading a book and just throwing a ball into the web. This will allow for the glove to adapt to your player's hand naturally while still breaking in.
What glove would be better, this glove or the exclusive A2000?
Both the **EXCLUSIVE** Wilson A2000 11.5" 1786 Baseball Glove: WTA20RB1886PA and 2018 Wilson A2000 SuperSkin 11.5" Baseball Glove: WTA20RB18DP15SS would be great options for middle infielders. I enjoy the style of the **EXCLUSIVE** Wilson A2000 11.5" 1786 Baseball Glove: WTA20RB1886PA.
My son plays SS and 2B in 8u travel ball. He has a Nokona S100 now, but he loves this glove. Is the 11.5" going to be too big for him?
The 2018 Wilson A2000 SuperSkin 11.5" Baseball Glove: WTA20RB18DP15SS would be a good fit for your son and the length of 11.5'' I don't believe would be too big. The Dustin Pedroia fit will squeeze his hand tightly, which will fit him just right.
Does this exact color and size come in a regular fit instead of the Pedroia fit? if so, can you please provide me with the model number as i'd like to order it for my son.
Unfortunately no, we do not have this glove in a standard fit model. You could try Wilson's site directly, although I am not aware of them having one either in this exact color scheme.
Will this fit on a 14 year old and can I use it at short and 3rd for high school?
The 2018 Wilson A2000 SuperSkin 11.5" Baseball Glove: WTA20RB18DP15SS would be a good fit for a 14 year old playing short and third.
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