Since its introduction in 1957, the Wilson A2000 has set the standard for premium ball gloves. With over 55 years of game changing performance, the A2000 only continues to get better and is still one of the most popular glove choices among baseball's top athletes. The A2000 is made from American Pro Stock Steerhide Leather that is hand selected for its rugged durability. Inside the glove, you've got an extremely comfortably Dri-Lex Wrist Lining. Dri-Lex Technology is an ultra-breathable material that transfers moisture away from the skin, keeping your hand cool and dry. Each A2000 model also features patented Dual-Welting that creates a pre-curved finger design to help maintain the most stable and durable pocket possible. Unmatched in their feel and performance, all A2000 patterns are endlessly field tested and constantly improved by the hundreds the professionals and top amateur players that choose only Wilson Ball Gloves.
The Wilson A2000 Series: A20RB16D33 features an 11.75" pattern size, a Closed Pro-Laced Web, and is a brand new pitcher-specific pattern created by Glove Master Craftsman, Shigeaki Aso. Pick yours up today, with Fast, Free Shipping, and a 100 Day Money-Back Guarantee, right here at JustBallGloves.com - where we're with you from Click To Catch!
The laces on this 2016 Wilson A2000 Series (A20RB16D33) will be black in color.
This year, combining college and summer seasons, I'll play close to 100 games. Also taking into consideration practices, will this glove last? How is the durability?
The 2016 Wilson A2000 Series: A2016D33, with proper care, should have no issues holding up over the course of that type of schedule.
What color is the glove itself?
The 2016 Wilson A2000 Series: A2016D33 will be a dark gray.
Is the glove's color black or grey?
The 2016 Wilson A2000 Series: A2016D33 features a grey colorway.
Is this a good slow pitch softball glove?
If you are looking to use a glove for slow pitch that has a smaller 11.75" length, then you might consider this 2016 Wilson A2000 Series (A2016D33) for use. That length is a little small in comparison to the size of ball being used, but if you are comfortable with the smaller glove, then this would certainly work.
Is this glove good for an outfielder and a 12 year old pitcher? And, how long will it last
The 2016 Wilson A2000 Series (A2016D33) would be a great option if the 12 year old had close to adult size hands. This would be a good option for a 12 year old pitcher/outfielder. This is a very quality glove and it should last years if the player takes care of it right.
Is this 11.75 glove mainly for a pitcher or would it be good for a pitcher and third basemen? What glove and size would you recommend for a 14 year old pitcher and third basemen?
For a 14 year old 3B a 11.75 inch pattern would be a good option to consider for a pitcher/3B. A glove like the 2016 Wilson A2000 Series: A2016D33 would be a great option to consider as it has a closed web, allowing the pitcher to hide the ball from the hitter.
Is the color of this glove legal for pitching?
Yes, the 2016 Wilson A2000 Series: A2016D33 has a color that is legal for pitching.
I am a lefty outfielder and a pitcher, so could this glove meet in the middle and also last a long time?
The 11.75" size on the 2016 Wilson A2000 Series: A2016D33 is a good option for somebody that plays pitcher and outfielder. The A2000 line of the gloves is made out of good quality pro stock leather and it will last quite a while if you take care of it.
Is this glove a good option for a shortstop/pitcher?
This glove could certainly be used for both of those positions, yes.
Is this going to fit my 9 year old? He is very tall and has big hands for his age.
The 2016 Wilson A2000 Series: WTA20RB16D33 is an adult glove so it may be a little too big for a 9 year old, even one with bigger hands. However, you are able to tighten the wrist strap a little to make it fit a smaller hand.
I play right and third. Is this a good glove for those positions?
I wouldn't recommend using the 2016 Wilson A2000 Series: WTA20RB16D33. I would recommend looking to a 12''.
Is this glove a legal color for high school pitchers? And is the hand fit the same as the CK2000?
The Wilson A2000 Series: WTA20RB16D33 is primarily a dark/gun metal grey color. Baseball rules state that grey colored gloves are not legal. I would imagine this glove would be acceptable but can certainly see a youth umpire or a coach trying to get under a pitcher's skin and not allowing the glove to be worn. The fit will be the same as the Kerhsaw model that Wilson was making.
No results. If you searched for a specific term, please broaden your search. If you have already done this and still cannot find what you're looking for, please submit your question and we'll get back to you within 24 hours. Thanks!
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.