What do you look for in a new glove?
- Proper size
- Right style for the position you play
- Durability and material quality
- Good webbing
- In your price range
But what is your price range? A new glove with good quality can easily cost anywhere in the ballpark of $200. And what are you getting out of it?
We can tell you what you’re not getting out of it – you’re not gaining new skills or proper footwork. You won’t find enhanced muscle memory from a new glove purchase, nor will you discover how to keep your hands in the correct position to field the ball.
Yes, you might need a new glove if your old one is tattered or maybe if you change positions on the field. But overall, purchasing a new glove isn’t going to change your game. And that’s what you should really be focusing on when you decide to make new purchases for the field. What will actually improve your fielding skills, your footwork and your hand positioning?
The Pro CuffsTM, a revolutionary baseball and softball hitting and fielding aid, is guaranteed to help players at any level of the game Get Locked InTM and get better, faster through quicker muscle memory. You will physically see your skills benefit from this tool in practice, even in live drills. This $60 purchase will easily bring you a much greater return on investment than any new glove can, and at a much lower cost.
Besides, who doesn’t love the feeling of a broken-in glove?
You can decide for yourself if you’d rather invest in a new glove or new skills. Keep your glove and access new skills when you use the Pro CuffsTM instead!
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