THE TRUTH ABOUT BATTING GLOVES
Like most hard gear used by baseball players, batting gloves are considered a “throw away product.” This means that after a relatively short period of use, they degrade, rip, and fall apart. Then, it’s time to replace them. What a vicious cycle.
Think of it like this. Batting gloves are an incorporation of small findings of main material pieces such as plastics, synthetics, leather, thread, rubber, and applied logos. Factually, most of the iconic, big-named brands use cut-rate materials in the manufacturing of their retail grade batting gloves. They save the good stuff for the pros. Those brands rarely use leather. Instead, they use vinyl, plastic materials, or a “so-called” synthetic leather.
M^POWERED batting gloves use only tanned goatskin and lambskin with the combination of premium, four-way stretch fabric. Our sewing process utilizes strong cotton threads for construction integrity and our sizing metrics are always consistent.
The result is a high-quality, comfortable batting glove that “fits like a glove” and lasts longer than the products the big guys offer.
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