The “ORIGINAL” Glovemate® is the ultimate in hand protection for catching baseballs, softballs and even hockey pucks for the goalie glove. Recommended for all ages, Glovemate is designed by a professional baseball player for pros but priced for everyone. Glovemate is a necessity for fielders but a must for catchers and first-basemen! You’ll forget you have it on… except when you don’t feel the sting! For more information click here!
- Stops The Sting
- Reduces Bruising
- Minimizes Swelling
- Reduces Bone Injuries
Our one size fits all is perfect for ball players of all levels. Used by professional players, college, high school and youth players of all ages and levels.
Glovemate is made of high quality leather and a durable neoprene “memory” cushion that contours to the player’s hand. It literally absorbs the shock and impact of the ball, protecting the hand from pain, bruising, and swelling. It's unique design is so comfortable, players quickly forget they have it on. The patented design softens the catch without impeding hand or glove flexibility. Held in place by the easy-on velcro strap that fits around the index finger, Glovemate covers the area that is most vulnerable to injury.
How do I attach the Glovemate?
Place Glovemate on your open hand so that the cushion covers the “impact area” of your palm, with the top part of Glovemate just below the first joint on your index finger. While holding Glovemate in place, firmly wrap the finger strap around your index finger. Slip your hand into your ballglove and you are ready-to-go!
What makes Glovemate different?
1) High quality design and workmanship; 2) Attaches quickly; 3) Stays in place; 4) Comfortable; 5) Does not hinder the ballglove’s “feel” and “flex action”; 6) For fielders as well as catchers; 7) It actually “stops the sting”. No other palm product comes close to offering the same level of protection and value.
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Product works great. Helps reduce the impact of a hard throw.
Stop the Sting
I am bringing it to my grandson in the Czech Republic. He plays youth (16 - 18) baseball. He eithe pitches or plays third base.