2019 A2000 1788 SuperSkin 11.25" Infield Baseball Glove - Right Hand Throw

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WTA20RB191788SS

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  • Designed for making quick transfers, the A2000 1788 is a favorite of infielders everywhere. An 11.25" model made with an H-Web, flat finger binding and double lacing at the base of the web, creating a shallow pocket, this Blonde Pro Stock Leather-Grey SuperSkin model is ready for gametime.

    The A2000 SuperSkin glove series is the utility player of the Wilson lineup. A versatile mix of Pro Stock leather and man-made SuperSkin makes the glove stronger, lighter and easier to break in than the all-leather A2000.
    • 11.25"
    • Infield Model
    • H-Web
    • Double lacing at the base of the web
    • Grey SuperSkin™, twice as strong as regular leather, but half the weight
    • Blonde Pro Stock Leather for a long lasting glove and a great break-in
    • Dual Welting for a durable pocket
    • Flat finger binding
    • DriLex Wrist Lining to keep your hand cool and dry
  • Product SKU(s) WTA20RB191788SS
    Glove Series A2000
    Glove Size 11.25"
    Throwing Hand Right
    Glove Type Super Skin
    Position Infield

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2018 A2000 Superskin Tabs

Wilson A2000 S

SuperSkin

The A2000 SuperSkin glove lineup is the best of both worlds. Man-made SuperSkin pairs perfectly with Pro Stock leather, giving you a lighter, but stronger glove that’s easier to break-in than an all-leather A2000.

Wilson A2000 Baseball Gloves - Pro Stock Leather

Pro Stock Leather

Made specifically for Wilson ball gloves, this American Steerhide is preferred by professional players for its rugged durability and unmatched feel. Everything from the expertly-chosen and finished leather to the craftsman handling it ensures Wilson delivers the best gloves in the world.

Wilson A2000 Baseball Gloves - Craftsmanship

Craftsmanship

Wilson's commitment to quality and craftsmanship starts at the diamond, continues in production, then carries onto the field. Shigeaki Aso, Wilson's Glove Master Craftsman and his team have countless conversations with Wilson's hundreds of Pro Advisory Staff players, partnered college programs, elite travel ball players and more. That information is used to develop and improve the Wilson glove line, which is then meticulously built by expertly trained craftsmen.

Wilson A2000 Baseball Gloves - MLB Official

Official Ball Glove of MLB

Since 1957, Wilson Glove Days have been an annual tradition at the dawn of each baseball season. Building on that long tradition in the game, Wilson serves as the Official Ball Glove of Major League Baseball and the preferred choice of Major League players across the league.

At the conclusion of each season, Wilson honors the best defensive players in Major League Baseball with the Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Award. We rely on insight from Hall of Famers, All-Stars and the Advisory Staff to continually innovate and deliver the most outstanding line of ball gloves each year. 

2018 A2000 Superskin Block Grid

  • WILSON GLOVE LAB: SUPERSKIN

    Learn the story behind the innovative SuperSkin technology and hear from some of the biggest names in Major League Baseball as they talk about what it brings to their ball glove – and their game.

  • SHIGEAKI ASO: PORTRAIT OF A MASTER CRAFTSMAN

    For Shigeaki Aso, designing the world’s best ball gloves is more than a job – it’s his passion in life. Over nearly 40 years, he’s poured his love of the game into countless designs and innovations and become an icon in the baseball community.

  • WILSON GLOVE LAB: HOW A GLOVE IS MADE

    The best gloves in the game don’t just happen. It takes countless hours of consulting with the best players of all skill levels, communicating their needs and wants to our expert craftsmen and a process of painstaking detail to wind up with the Wilson ball glove we all know and love. 

  • HOW TO BREAK IN A GLOVE

    Everywhere Aso and his team go, they get the same question: “How do you break in a glove?” The Wilson Master Craftsman shares his time-tested process, shaped by decades designing and breaking in the best gloves in baseball.