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    im 14 and looking for a custom glove company. preferably a mexican company. any ideas?

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    Yennaco and Kazuma are good. Never used them, but I know people who have, and they say they are pretty decent. I would, personally stick with Rawlings, but you said you wanted a custom glove company
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    • #3
      I agree with Stejay completely.
      I would really suggest sticking to rawlings, pro preferred is a beast of a glove.
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      • #4
        I don't know much on this subject, but why do you want a mexican company? Also, you're 14, what do you need a custom glove for? Just try out gloves from Rawlings, Easton and Louisville.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by ndirishfan13 View Post
          im 14 and looking for a custom glove company. preferably a mexican company. any ideas?
          For a custom glove I use a Glovesmith. They are not located in Mexico, but they make a really nice product. I have heard good things about Soto Gloves and Rodriguez Gloves. If you are just looking for personalization, Akadema offers embroidery.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Monarch View Post
            For a custom glove I use a Glovesmith....they make a really nice product............. If you are just looking for personalization, Akadema offers embroidery.
            I agree Glovesmith makes an awesome glove. Also check out HQ4Sports. I have purchased a couple custom gloves from them with excellent service. You can also have a Rawlings GG embroidered with your name # on it, and choose your color of laces at a very reasonable price. The Rawlings GG is everybit the equivalent of the Akadema Pro gloves without the big price tag. Just my opinion having owned both brands of glove and serviced many others.
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            • #7
              mexico has less environmental laws, making leather cheaper

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              • #8
                Originally posted by ndirishfan13 View Post
                mexico has less environmental laws, making leather cheaper
                Are these savings passed on to the consumer? Or do the manufacturers pocket it?

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                • #9
                  Gloves

                  I know you wanted a mexican glove, but I own a Wilson A2000 and Rawlings Heart of the Hide and I love them both.
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                  • #10
                    i got a great quality glove(i believe it equals the quality of the heart of the hide series) for much less than rawlings or wilson

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                    • #11
                      http://www.domingloves.com/catalog/index.php
                      http://www.rolindeportes.com/

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                      • #12
                        Try

                        www.customglove.com

                        They offer Glovesmith (my preference), Mizuno, Rawlings, and SSK custom gloves. No Mexican, but other good offers.
                        "Remember, 90% of the game is half mental" - Yogi Berra

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