I am looking for a new 11.25" glove for my 13-year old. I found Crespo gloves online, and they seem to be pretty well made (in Mexico), especially for the $120 price tag. Can anyone who owns a Crespo comment on the gloves quality and durability? My boy prefers a stiff glove that takes time to break-in, but that will hold its shape longer, to one that comes broken-in but soon becomes "floppy".
Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
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I can't speak to the Crespo but a similar glove and along the lines of what you are after is Rodriguez.... I know several Roddy reps and have 2 of these myself. Customize the glove however you choose.
Originally Posted by bhss89
A teammate of mine owned a Crespo glove.. Nice quality product.. The owner is a roving instructor in the pros.. You can't go wrong.. Send me a PM if your interested in an alternative..
similar to the other comments...can't vouch for Crespo, but my son has an MTZ that's been fantastic.