What is the best catchers glove on the market?

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What is the best catchers glove on the market? Money doesn’t matter.
 

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Rawlings custom PROSCM34FP. Kip leather, fully customizable, comfortable and will last many years if probably cared for. $459
 

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There is no best one. You should try which one would fit best. To be a good glove has to be leather, all other points are in your choice. You can try some Wilson ones, I think you will find the best option for you.
 

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I don’t think you need to break the bank on a glove. My daughter’s catching coach recommended any mid-level priced glove that she likes a couple of years. We got a Mizuno. She’s never complained and has caught a pitcher throwing 60. I’ve asked if she wants a new glove and she’s said no. I looked at a Wilson, recently, which has a high end synthetic glove that is lighter and stays drier, but she’s never complained about that.
 

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Rawling's gloves. I bought my son Rawlings select pro lite youth glove and he absolutely loves it. This one is light and easy for my 9 year old to catch and maneuver. I liked that it broke 90% because it made the ball easier to catch from the first use. Looks like it is of good quality for the price.
 

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Whichever she likes. My daughter loved her heart of the hide and it is no where close to going broken in. These gloves will last forever.
 

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