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Louisville Slugger Omaha Flare Series 12" Baseball Glove

New Omaha Flare Series is comprised of top grade, oil-treated steerhide leather. Features unmatched durability, soft feel, and a quick break-in period. The flared pinkie and thumb design spreads the pockets and provides a larger flatter catching surface that allows for a quicker release.

Omaha Flare
Soft feel and long lasting shape.
Flare design preferred by top professional and collegiate players.
Bruise-gard™ padding offers added protection.
Extra wide dye-through lacing for extra durability.
Professional, baseball specific patterns.

Glove Specifications
Pattern: 12" Infield/Pitcher Model.
Web: Checkmate Web.
Back: Conventional open back.
Hand: .


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Louisville Slugger Omaha Flare 12" Baseball Glove

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very good

By sanghyun Park

from repubilc of korea

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Comments about Louisville Slugger Omaha Flare 12" Baseball Glove:

very hard but comfortable


quility good

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  • Feels true to size
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