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Hi all my DD uses a rawlings projd-6jc 12.75 in. I bought it used and now it's time to upgrade. Wondering if there is a comparable Rawlings glove made. Probably going to go custom on it also.

Would not be opposed to a Wilson either but she really likes the Rawlings and wanted to do like for like (or close to it)


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Hi all my DD uses a rawlings projd-6jc 12.75 in. I bought it used and now it's time to upgrade. Wondering if there is a comparable Rawlings glove made. Probably going to go custom on it also.

Would not be opposed to a Wilson either but she really likes the Rawlings and wanted to do like for like (or close to it)


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ProJD huh? That’s one deep 5 gallon bucket of a glove! The only way now to get a JD is off of the custom builder.

You said you bought it used, just curious, I assume she plays outfield? If I’m recommending a girl a Rawlings glove….the “JD” pattern would be wayyy down the list of gloves I’d recommend, as in I don’t think it would ever enter the conversation!

What’s her age and primary position?
 
Aug 18, 2018
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ProJD huh? That’s one deep 5 gallon bucket of a glove! The only way now to get a JD is off of the custom builder.

You said you bought it used, just curious, I assume she plays outfield? If I’m recommending a girl a Rawlings glove….the “JD” pattern would be wayyy down the list of gloves I’d recommend, as in I don’t think it would ever enter the conversation!

What’s her age and primary position?
15/of

The glove though marked 12.75 is more like 12.5 inches when measured.

Always open to suggestions.



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Jul 29, 2013
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15/of

The glove though marked 12.75 is more like 12.5 inches when measured.

Always open to suggestions.



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The JD pattern comes in 12.5”, 12.75”, and 13”. The 12.75” is the JD9.

How do you and her feel about a true Six-Finger trap glove? For OF that’s what I’d put on my DD’s hand (if she played OF).

I love Don Morton’s PRO-T!

 

LEsoftballdad

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If you're open to custom options, go to the Rawlings Glove Builder site and design what she likes. You can use either a fastpitch or baseball glove, but you'll have a lot more options if you go with baseball. The same goes for Wilson gloves.

Depending on your budget, you can go HOH or Pro Preferred. I know *some* people like the HOH better, but it's really a personal preference. The HOH will be less money.

I can help save you some money on any custom gloves, so contact me when you're ready to order.
 
Aug 18, 2018
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If you're open to custom options, go to the Rawlings Glove Builder site and design what she likes. You can use either a fastpitch or baseball glove, but you'll have a lot more options if you go with baseball. The same goes for Wilson gloves.

Depending on your budget, you can go HOH or Pro Preferred. I know *some* people like the HOH better, but it's really a personal preference. The HOH will be less money.

I can help save you some money on any custom gloves, so contact me when you're ready to order.
Not looking for a glove that's super stiff, so would probably go with HOH. As for Wilson, would it be the OT7 pattern?

I know those a2000's can be a bit stiff also but she broke one in this past off season.

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LEsoftballdad

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Not looking for a glove that's super stiff, so would probably go with HOH. As for Wilson, would it be the OT7 pattern?

I know those a2000's can be a bit stiff also but she broke one in this past off season.

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The Pro Preferred is no stiffer than the HOH.
 

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