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8/26/2010
RawlingsGear.com understands that the answer to an old or broken glove is not always a new glove.

If your current glove needs to be re-laced, repaired or restored, let RawlingsGear.com help.

RawlingsGear.com offers glove re-lacing at a minimal cost. Re-lacing differs from glove to glove depending on the web, and the fee is $10 per section plus the cost of lace. A typical glove can have four to five sections.

If your glove needs to be repaired or if you have a...
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6/15/2010
The Basket web is Rawlings' only web style to spawn two spinoffs.

Patented in 1967, the Basket web was the first flexible web. It is so popular today that it is available with nearly every Rawlings glove series.

The first spinoff was the Bellows Basket web, patented in 1971. It is a solid web sewn together to allow the glove to expand. This expansion creates a natural well...
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8/23/2010
If you're shopping for a new Rawlings' catcher's mitt for baseball, you'll find it's built with a 1-Piece Closed web.

The closed web makes the glove stronger and more durable and is designed to help the catcher block the ball and make a quick transfer to his throwing hand.

The catcher's mitts at RawlingsGear.com get top reviews for their utility.

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7/1/2010
If you're looking for a smaller, lighter web pattern in your glove, take a look at the Pro I web.

Originally known as the H web, Rawlings designed and patented the Pro I web in 1940.

The single post reinforced bottom web is popular with infielders, including pro second baseman Chase Utley and third baseman Adrian Beltre. Because the web does not tie to the crotch of the...
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10/22/2010
Rawlings' 2-Piece Solid web helps pitchers hide the ball.

This 2-piece web with a middle connection creates a hinge with flex in the center of the web. The web creates a deep pocket that makes it easy to conceal the ball.

Because of the deep pocket, infielders can benefit from this web style too.

Rawlings' gloves with a 2-Piece Solid web consistently get strong reviews at...
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3/22/2010
Looking for a glove with the strength to help you snag those just-out-of-reach line drives? Then go with the outfielders’ choice, a glove with the Trap-Eze web.

Rawlings’ Trap-Eze web is the only web that is actually an extension of the glove itself. Lacing on two sides of the web creates a center that naturally closes around the ball. That’s why it is known as the “six finger”...
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