How To Break In A New Glove

How To Break In A New Glove – Produced By Gary Leland

On this episode you can learn from the pros how to break in a new glove. We have 3 Olympians, 2 Hall of Famers, and 3 professional players tell you how they break in their gloves.

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Have a new glove and have no idea how to get it to the comfort point that you want? You are not the only ones! We have clips from Olympians and other great players with their very different ways of breaking in their own gloves.

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  • glovewhisperer

    sometimes oldschool is the best school! whatever you do, dont go and put your glove in the oven! good advice from Sharron.

  • lizmendez0934

    Oh man! I have always been told to Never put my glove in an oven! The laces are the first to become brittle and then just fall apart and then the rest of the glove won’t be far behind! Go with the old fashioned way!