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BaseballExpress.com has Wilson A2000 GM Hanley Ramirez 12.75" Baseball Glove on sale for $129.88. Shipping is free. Thanks jojo_whit3
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This baseball glove combines ProStock Leather with the durable SuperSkin material that is built to break in easier and last longer. - Randy71

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Baseball Express [baseballexpress.com] has the Wilson HR13, Hanley Ramirez game model baseball glove for $129.88 with free shipping

They also have a store front on Amazon and Jet....
https://www.amazon.com/Wilson-Ram...01290P0YO/

https://jet.com/product/Wilson-A2...8a0a9811dc - expired

...so you can use Amazon gift cards or the new customer promo code TRIPLE15 on Jet to get 15% off (bringing the total down to $110).


The HR13 is essentially Wilson's 1799 Superskin outfield glove customized with Boston Red Sox colors. Its a great outfield glove for baseball...and one of the best all around gloves for softball. The 1799 model doesn't go on sale very often (and usually retails for $250) so this is a great deal if you're in the market for one.
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Wow, great find. OP is right, Wilsons higher end model gloves rarely go on sale. Repped.
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Thanks, OP!
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I wanted a new glove... maybe... this will fit the bill.
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Really price is realizable ?
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Really price is realizable ?
I would say yes, but it depends on your perspective. A lot of pros use gloves from Wilson A2000 line...and are only one step below their A2K gloves.

For a price comparison, here's the stock 2017 model...same exact glove, just a different color:
https://www.google.com/shopping/p...erskin+rht
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how do you get fifteen percent off from jet? price match them ally the coupon? I'm lost.
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I see... you have to login to see the discount price at jet.
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how do you get fifteen percent off from jet? price match them ally the coupon? I'm lost.
https://slickdeals.net/coupons/jet/?couponid=1053480#all

New customers can use the promo code TRIPLE15 to get 15% off their first 3 orders.
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thanks... I did bite the bullet and picked up a glove, fifteen percent off, but they added 6% sales tax... But still worth it.
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I would say yes, but it depends on your perspective. A lot of pros use gloves from Wilson A2000 line...and are only one step below their A2K gloves.

For a price comparison, here's the stock 2017 model...same exact glove, just a different color:
https://www.google.com/shopping/p...erskin+rht
As jojo stated, it really depends on your perspective and use of the glove. Also note that higher end gloves will last a lot longer as well because they are made with higher quality leather.

that being said, make sure you break in the glove properly and from what I've been recommended, do NOT use oil. It makes the glove heavier after time and is not as good as the conditioners.

Conditioners:
https://www.amazon.com/Wilson-Pro...B0000ARCTM

How to break in glove from the Wilson guru himself:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3i_x0neoseU
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Great deal OP.... Not to thread hijack, but when I was looking to buy my son a new glove for this upcoming season I obviously was looking to buy a Wilson A2000, but they were out of my budget for a custom glove.So I started doing some research on different glove companies. I found http://www.44progloves.com/ and there are 20% off codes floating around the internet, it seems to be excellent glove comparable to Wilson in first impressions, I will update this post if the glove falls apart during the season or if it stands up to the abuse.
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we used to just run over a glove a couple times and use mink oil or bear grease
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