Wilson 11.5" A2000 DP15SS Baseball Glove 2024
Ideal for top-flight infielders seeking a secure fit at second base, third base or shortstop, the 2024 A2000 DP15SS with Pedroia Fit tightens the wrist opening and finger stalls to accommodate players with smaller hands. Designed in collaboration with former Boston infielder Dustin Pedroia, the A2000 DP15SS fits well and closes easily while offering the performance and feel players expect from Pro Stock® leather. Lightweight Blonde SuperSkin™ along the back of the fingers reduces glove weight while repelling moisture from rain or wet grass, and the palm’s shallow pocket construction makes it easy for fast hands to turn outs at any base.
Pro Stock Leather Pro Stock® Leather is preferred for its rugged durability and unmatched feel
SuperSkin SuperSkin™ is a microfiber material that’s half the weight of Pro Stock Leather, but twice as durable. Its moisture-resistant design extends the longevity of the glove, and is easier to clean than traditional leather.
Comfort Pro Fit Featuring our ProLux™ Leather, the liner of the redesigned A2000 has a richer, softer feel against your hand. The all-new Comfort Sleeve is the finishing touch, concealing the binding in the wrist for more comfort than ever before.
Rolled Dual Welting Dual Welting in Wilson gloves goes beyond a mere cosmetic effect, as it’s integrated into the liner of each infield, outfield and pitcher's model, offering better support and helping your glove hold its shape better over time.
Flat Finger Binding Flat Finger Binding gives players who prefer to play with a finger outside the glove greater comfort and control in the field. By reducing the amount of space between your finger and the back of the glove, you’ll experience less pain when making plays
DriLex Wrist Lining Keeps your hand dry and comfortable on the field and behind the dish
Bold Logos Bold logos strip away the distractions, allowing outlined, eye-catching Wilson logos to announce a new era in the iconic story of Wilson Ball Gloves.
Pedroia Fit Technology Shorter finger stalls and a narrow wrist opening to better suit players with smaller hands.