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Bryce Harper’s Glove(s): Rawlings Heart of the Hide PROHARP34

Every year, Bryce Harper gets an arsenal of gloves to use in the season: one gamer, one warmup, and one to fool around with. In 2016, Bryce Harper’s Glove(s) are a little bit different from what he usually gets:

Bryce Harper's Glove: Rawlings Heart of the Hide PROHARP34

He customized his gloves just a bit more, and as you can see, two of the three gloves are very unique. Let’s get closer looks at each of Bryce Harper’s Glove(s):

2016 Game Glove

Bryce Harper's Glove: Rawlings Heart of the Hide PROHARP34

Bryce Harper’s game glove is a blonde, black, and red Rawlings Heart of the Hide PROHARP34. This design is so clean, and mixes class (black and camel) with a bit of flash (red). Here is a closer look at the glove:

Bryce Harper's Glove: Rawlings Heart of the Hide PROHARP34

Just beautiful. You can get Bryce Harper’s game glove through the custom builder.

Warmup Glove

Bryce Harper's Glove: Rawlings Heart of the Hide PROHARP34

There is not much information on Bryce Harper’s warmup glove, besides that he calls it “Lucky.” The all red design matches his game glove from a few years ago, but the shamrock is new – and unique – and not available through the custom builder.

Glove of Unknown Status

Bryce Harper's Glove: Rawlings Heart of the Hide PROHARP34

Bryce Harper has one more glove – one that has his name in Japanese. I have zero clue why Harper would want a glove with his name in Japanese, but Harper does like to make his stuff unique.

Harper has used this glove sparingly, meaning it is probably more of a cool glove to have than a legit glove that he would use. Either way, it’s really cool and unique.

Conclusion

Bryce Harper’s gloves are sick, and even better than anything else he has created in the past.

Which of Bryce Harper’s gloves is your favorite?

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