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Chris Archer’s Glove: Wilson A2000 CA22 with Black logos

Strikeout machine Chris Archer uses some sweet Wilson A2000 CA22 gloves. Although he didn’t pitch particularly well this year, his glove game was still on point. Check out Chris Archer’s Gloves:

Chris Archer's Glove

Archer used the left one this season, with the right one being a backup/warmup glove. The only difference between the two is the label colors, with the left having a black and Columbia blue label, and the right having white and Columbia blue logos. Check out some in-game pictures:

Chris Archer's Glove

Source: A. Pardavila/Flickr

Chris Archer’s Glove is a combination of black leather, black Super Skin, and Columbia blue welting, binding, and stitching. I like this colorway as it uses a clean black color with a rarely-used color: Columbia blue.

Chris Archer's Glove

Archer uses the 12″ B212 pattern, or should I say CA22 pattern. Wilson decided the give Archer his own model for some reason, even though it is just a remodeled B212. The B212 pattern is the most popular Wilson pitching pattern due to the grip-concealing web and good length.

Limited Edition Wilson A2000 CA22

Wilson sells Archer’s white-labeled model like above. You can go buy it at this link, but it is limited edition, so pick it up fast while there are some left.

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