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Unread postPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 2:33 pm 
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what is the best glove mallet out there? What kind of glove mallets do you use? All feed back is helpful
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Looking for a mallet like in this video. skip to about on emanate into the video to see it.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSEqkkOdB4Y&list=UL


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I use a couple of things you could find around the house.

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does anybody know where i could find a mallet like this? Shown about one minute into the video. would really like to find a mallet like this.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSEqkkOdB4Y&list=UL


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I have a few different ones, Nike, Coach's, Ergo, and just a generic one, but Coach's Glove mallet is the best.

http://glovemallet.com/


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cowboychris88 wrote:
I have a few different ones, Nike, Coach's, Ergo, and just a generic one, but Coach's Glove mallet is the best.

http://glovemallet.com/

i saw th coach's mallet whats the weight like on them


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RawlingsGear has their own branded Mallet:
http://www.rawlingsgear.com/baseball/ba ... allet.html


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coowguy wrote:
RawlingsGear has their own branded Mallet:
http://www.rawlingsgear.com/baseball/ba ... allet.html

thank you, i think I'm gonna try this mallet out


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also think I'm gunna look at the coach's mallet and the mizuno mallet


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I really like the Nokona mallet. The Nike (comes with the DEP) ia work of art and too nice for use as a glove mallet.

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Call me biased but I like my mallets best :D

designed-my-own-glove-mallet-what-do-you-think-t7781.html


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t_parrish wrote:
Call me biased but I like my mallets best :D

designed-my-own-glove-mallet-what-do-you-think-t7781.html


Are you still making/selling these?

If you call coach (at http://glovemallet.com/), he will make you one to fit your specs (15" long, larger or smaller head, etc.). He is the guy that used to make the Nokona malets, but once the Fenway Group got involved and got a place in Massachusetts to make bats for Nokona, Coach got fired. So he started Coach's Mallets. He works out of his garage in Gainsville Texas.


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Rous wrote:
t_parrish wrote:
Call me biased but I like my mallets best :D

designed-my-own-glove-mallet-what-do-you-think-t7781.html


Are you still making/selling these?

If you call coach (at http://glovemallet.com/), he will make you one to fit your specs (15" long, larger or smaller head, etc.). He is the guy that used to make the Nokona malets, but once the Fenway Group got involved and got a place in Massachusetts to make bats for Nokona, Coach got fired. So he started Coach's Mallets. He works out of his garage in Gainsville Texas.

i ended up getting the rawlings gear one but i think i might give him a call and see what we can come up with thank you for the information


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Rous wrote:
t_parrish wrote:
Call me biased but I like my mallets best :D

designed-my-own-glove-mallet-what-do-you-think-t7781.html


Are you still making/selling these?

If you call coach (at http://glovemallet.com/), he will make you one to fit your specs (15" long, larger or smaller head, etc.). He is the guy that used to make the Nokona malets, but once the Fenway Group got involved and got a place in Massachusetts to make bats for Nokona, Coach got fired. So he started Coach's Mallets. He works out of his garage in Gainsville Texas.



I have one lone ash one left. Could make more and probably will someday...


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