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Wilson Glove of the Month December 2017 – Wilson A2000 1787SS

The Wilson Glove of the Month December 2017 is one of few truly custom gloves currently available, featuring a bold colorway, new gray Super Skin, and an 11.75″ Pattern.

Its overall features, including its pattern construction and specifications, also make it an excellent glove to take to either shortstop (go to section) or third base (go to section).

Wilson Glove of the Month December 2017

For Shortstops:

  • 1787 Pattern: Want some extra reach for shortstop? Look no further than the 1787 – its 11.75″ length, flat shape, and medium pocket depth are perfect for you.
  • 11.75″ Length: Finally reach those tough grounders in the hole with the added reach, as compared to an 11.5″ glove, this length provides.
  • Medium Pocket: You get the best of speed and security with this pocket depth, making both transfers and secure catches easy.
  • Black, Gray, and White Colorway: This is certainly an interesting design (and one that will surely stand out in the field), but it does look pretty sweet, too.
  • Gray Superskin: This newer color of Superskin lowers the weight (therefore making it more controllable) and increases the strength of an already high quality mitt.
  • Pro Stock Leather: Wilson’s most famous leather, together with their other top-notch materials and craftsmanship, makes the GOTM December a durable mitt.

Overall, you will love the Wilson Glove of the Month December 2017 is you, first of all, like its design, but also want extra reach and a bit more catch security (at the slight expense of transfer time) at shortstop.

Wilson Glove of the Month December 2017

For Third Basemen

  • 1787 Pattern: This pattern will supply optimal control at third base, all while maintaining a solid length, pocket depth, and structure for the hot control.
  • 11.75″ Length: Although slightly shorter than 12″ (our favorite size for 3B), you’ll still excel at third because of the greater control you will have.
  • Medium Pocket: Quick transfers are important at third base, and this pocket depth allows you to make these swift transitions without sacrificing much catch security.
  • Black, Gray, and White Colorway: This is certainly an interesting design (and one that will surely stand out in the field), but it does look pretty sweet, too.
  • Gray Superskin: You’ll love the weight-saving, strength-increasing, and more controllable nature of this Gray Superskin when fielding hot shots at the hot corner.
  • Pro Stock Leather: You need a durable glove at third base, and Wilson’s most famous leather, top-notch materials and craftsmanship make the GOTM just that.

You’ll like the Wilson Glove of the Month December 2017 if you want to stand out in the field – not only in looks, but also when you field impossible grounders, get the ball out quickly, and throw the runner out at first – at the hot corner.

Wilson Glove of the Month December 2017

Whether you’re interested in buying the Wilson Glove of the Month December 2017 for shortstop or third base, you’ll have to make a trip to your local Glove of the Month Dealer (this glove is not available online).

It will cost about $279.99 (a slight premium over the $259.99 stock price of A2000’s), but it is a limited edition glove and will cost a bit more than stock gloves. And because it is a limited edition glove, you should buy it before quantities run out.

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2 Comments

  1. Oliver December 13, 2017

    Great article! Are the only benefits to a custom glove aesthetic? What are the other available custom gloves

    • ballglovesonline December 13, 2017 — Post Author

      Typically, yes, Oliver. Custom gloves are the same quality as stock gloves in many cases, but you get a better array of color choices and combinations.

      As per your second question, limited edition gloves are typically the only “customized” gloves available, although you can design your own on many company websites.

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