The Glove Steamer

The Glove Steamer – Produced By Gary Leland

I have seen almost every method of breaking in a new glove. Now there is a new one from Mizuno Sports. It is called the glove steamer, and it really works.

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In this video we are showing you how to break in your glove in a matter of 5 minutes instead of 2-3 months! Don”t you hate having to spend the time to break in a new glove that you are ready to use right away! First we would condition the glove and then put it in the steamer for less than a minute and then use a mallet and hitting pad to break it down to the shape that your specific needs you desire. How cool is that?!

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  • lizmendez0934

    Wish this was around in the days that i got new gloves!