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144212 My daughter just moved up to a 12 in ball and uses the Mizuno Prospect 32.5 catchers glove, but the pocket just can't handle the bigger ball. I can't find this glove in a bigger size. Suggestions on a glove that is out of the box game ready for smaller hands? Asked by JLM08 Unfortunately you will not find the Mizuno Prospect Fastpitch Series: GXS101 Youth Catcher's Mitt in a larger size than the current 32.
50. A similar mitt would be the 2017 Mizuno Franchise 34" Fastpitch Softball Catcher's Mitt: GXS90F2. Cameron Expert 139327 I am 39 yrs old and need a fastpitch glove to catch my daughter. What size should I get (I am having a hard time find one at stores that fits my hand)? Asked by Domenic To get a mitt for catching your daughter when she practices pitching for fastpitch softball, I would recommend getting a baseball mitt with a larger circumference over getting this Mizuno Prospect Fastpitch Series (GXS101 Youth Catcher's Mitt) or another fastpitch softball mitt (female fastpitch gloves will not have the necessary fitting for an adult male hand).
My suggestion would be to get a 34.00" to 35.00" baseball catchers mitt to catch your player. Ben Expert 138771 Would this be a good glove for a 13 year old? Asked by steve The Mizuno Prospect Fastpitch Series: GXS101 Youth Catcher's Mitt would be a good fit for a 13 year old as it is a 32.50 pattern. Trevor Expert 136974 Would any 31.5 catchers glove work for a 9 year old girl playing catcher in softball for the first time? Or should we get a glove specifically for softball? Asked by ANN Glove size ultimately comes down to personal preference, but typically a 9 year old is going to be using a catchers mitt around the 31.
50" size. The Mizuno Prospect Fastpitch Series: GXS101 Youth Catcher's Mitt would be a great option for a player that age in softball, as it is designed specifically for softball. Jason Expert 133917 I am 13 yrs old. What size catchers glove should i purchase? Asked by Eli We would recommend a 31-33" size mitt. Kyle J. Expert 94231 I'm a catcher in high school, and I am 16 years old. Is the (GXS101) 32.
5" the right size? Asked by ninjaslayer Based on your age, the average size is recommended at 33". However, it will ultimately come down to your individual size and preference. Therefore, a 32" in the Mizuno Prospect Fastpitch Series: (GXS101) could work extremely well for you. Merritt Expert 89544 My daughter plays senior softball and she is 13. Is this a good size glove for her? Asked by Sheila Yes, the Mizuno Prospect Fastpitch Series (GXS101) would be a great option for you.
The 32.5" design is very popular. Keep in mind, all our gloves come with a 100 day guarantee. If you don't like it, send it back for a full refund or exchange! Justin R. Expert 42789 I ordered this glove and just received it for my 11 year old playing 12U travel. It seems small to me with a 12 inch ball in it. She will be catching pitchers that throw up to 60 mph. She is 5 foot tall and around 90 pounds.
Is this glove big enough for her in 12U? Asked by Gary Based on her age, the Mizuno Prospect Fastpitch Series: GXS101 Youth Catcher's Mitt at 32.50" would be the correct size. If the mitt seems small, I would suggest looking at an adult model not a youth model. Aubrey Expert 37514 Will this size glove accommodate a 12" ball? Asked by Nicole Yes, the Mizuno Prospect Fastpitch Series will accommodate a 12" softball.
Kara Expert 37321 I have a 9 year old daughter that plays select. She has been catching using a 14" fielders glove. Will this glove be a good fit for her, or would you recommend something else? Asked by jim We recommend a 31.50" for a nine year old catcher. The Mizuno Prospect Fastpitch Series will be too large for her. Kara Expert 36841 We're looking for a catchers mitt. My daughter borrowed one from a teammate, the GSC105D, and really liked it.
Is this glove a good comparison to that one? Thanks Asked by M Unfortunately, we've never carried a glove with the model number GSC105D and would be unable to offer an accurate comparison. However, the Mizuno GXS101 is a great size catchers mitt for a fastpitch softball player around 10 to 12 years old. Tyler Expert 36236 My daughter is moving to 12U and a 12" ball this year. I haven't found one in stock at a sports store to try out and am concerned about 2 things.
Is the 32.5" pocket big enough to be a little forgiving with a 12" ball and is the padding enough since it says youth (her pitcher is throwing close to 50 now and getting faster). She loves her Mizuno 12.5" infield mitt but has to use a palm pad for catching. Asked by Rooty A 32.5" catchers mitt is the most common size for 12 year old fastpitch softball players. The Mizuno Prospect Fastpitch Series: GXS101 is designed to handle softballs up to 12".
Also, youth mitts are made with extra padding. Tyler Expert 17016 Which would be better for 11/12 girls fastpitch- Mizuno GXS101 or Rawlings Champion 32" Asked by Fred The GXS101 would be a perfect size for this age group. KB Expert 14403 How is the break in on this mitt? We are struggling with break in on my 11 yr old's Easton Asked by Britt This glove will be a very good choice for a quick break in.
It uses multiple technologies that make it easier for younger players to close the glove and catch the ball. Mizuno's patented PowerClose technology places "hinges" where players would close the glove to make squeezing the ball and making the catch very simple. Nick Expert 8598 My daughter is 9 years old and is very slender with slender hands, will this glove be good for her as her first catcher's mitt.
She has never used a catcher's mitt to play catcher before. Asked by Jamber For a 9 year old, I may recommend looking down one size. A 31.5 or 32 inch mitt would probably be better suited for her. Something like the All Star CMW1010BT or Rawlings CCMFPY may be better options. Derek Expert 7108 My daughter is 11, what size softball is this mitt good for? She is moving up into the 12U league. I think they use an 11" ball? Thanks for your help =) Asked by First State Force Girl This will be the perfect size for this age.
Kara Expert 6131 Is this glove for softball or baseball? Asked by bobby1234 It is for softball. All fastpitch series gloves are designed for softball play. Mark Expert 5388 After a recent Pony League tournament, I watched the son of a MLB catcher use a fastpitch catcher's mitt instead of a traditional baseball catcher's mitt. The glove appeared a lot easier to use and control. Given that pitchers will max out in the mid-50s, I am considering the same for my 9-year-old son's fall team.
What do you think? Are you familiar with other baseball catcher's using a softball catcher's glove? Can you think of pros and cons? Thanks! Asked by Tucker Yes, I have heard of some people doing this. The reasoning is mainly for the fit of the glove. Fastpitch series gloves have smaller finger stalls and will usually fit smaller hand better, making the glove easier to control. Mark Expert