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Who all here uses Vinci?? I know a lot of us in the softball world do, but curious as to how many use them for baseball??


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Oh I do! ha ha.


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escort1991 wrote:
Oh I do! ha ha.

I knew that. :mrgreen:

This section just looked lonely with no topics.


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I am breaking in my PC2443 for softball now but will need to get something more suitable for the baseball field. I had been using a HOH Gold Glove Rawlings that was about 11.25-11.5" up until recently. I would rather keep the PC2443 strictly for softball and get a baseball specific glove. It will mainly be used for coaching duties on the field. I was thinking about something in a mesh that would be quicker to break in. Any thoughts????


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Cuda13 wrote:
I am breaking in my PC2443 for softball now but will need to get something more suitable for the baseball field. I had been using a HOH Gold Glove Rawlings that was about 11.25-11.5" up until recently. I would rather keep the PC2443 strictly for softball and get a baseball specific glove. It will mainly be used for coaching duties on the field. I was thinking about something in a mesh that would be quicker to break in. Any thoughts????


My recommendations would be the JV21-M, 11.5", I-web, Open Modified Back, Mesh Back and Black Palm

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escort1991 wrote:
Cuda13 wrote:
I am breaking in my PC2443 for softball now but will need to get something more suitable for the baseball field. I had been using a HOH Gold Glove Rawlings that was about 11.25-11.5" up until recently. I would rather keep the PC2443 strictly for softball and get a baseball specific glove. It will mainly be used for coaching duties on the field. I was thinking about something in a mesh that would be quicker to break in. Any thoughts????


My recommendations would be the JV21-M, 11.5", I-web, Open Modified Back, Mesh Back and Black Palm

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Thanks. I'll check it out. Unfortunately I asked Vinci Santa for something for my son instead of me. :?


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I use a jc19 for slowpitch infield.


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escort1991 wrote:
Cuda13 wrote:
I am breaking in my PC2443 for softball now but will need to get something more suitable for the baseball field. I had been using a HOH Gold Glove Rawlings that was about 11.25-11.5" up until recently. I would rather keep the PC2443 strictly for softball and get a baseball specific glove. It will mainly be used for coaching duties on the field. I was thinking about something in a mesh that would be quicker to break in. Any thoughts????


My recommendations would be the JV21-M, 11.5", I-web, Open Modified Back, Mesh Back and Black Palm

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Is there much of a difference between these models other than 2 tone vs black and .25 to .50" in size? I ask because it seems like the in-laws or the kids might be sniffing around for Christmas ideas. :mrgreen:

JV21-M
JV26-M
BV1150-M
CT82-M


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I use (2) Vinci's, BMB-L 13" and RCV-L. (Both black in color). Will be purchasing a Vinci Mesh back in the Spring...

Great glove leather and GREAT sunglasses, GO Pete and Co.
Mike

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I use (2) Vinci's, BMB-L 13" and RCV-L. (Both black in color). Will be purchasing a Vinci Mesh back in the Spring...

Great glove leather and GREAT sunglasses, GO Pete and Co.
Mike



Are you getting the mesh for softball or baseball and which one?


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84bbchamps wrote:
I use (2) Vinci's, BMB-L 13" and RCV-L. (Both black in color). Will be purchasing a Vinci Mesh back in the Spring...

Great glove leather and GREAT sunglasses, GO Pete and Co.
Mike


Both very good gloves. Have an RCV-L in blue sitting next to me right now.

The sunglasses are very nice. Wear them all the time. Just was rocking the orange lenses while driving in a near white out snow storm that dropped 17"+ and took down a dome. But, the orange lenses show the definition to see where I was going and what I was going to hit. :mrgreen: The antiglare lenses are really good also.


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