Rawlings PRO-12TL trap-eze

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Rawlings PRO-12TL trap-eze

Postby ThirdBase24 » October 12th, 2007, 11:40 am

I have a Rawlings trap-eze glove model number PRO-12TL. I can't find any information about when it is from or what the "TL" stands for - I thought TC was trap-eze/conventional back, but this also has a convention back. Anyone know anything about this glove? I have seen the PRO-12TC's go on ebay for quite a bit of money, and I was wondering if people are after this 12TL glove as well, or not...

thanks for any info!
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Postby MVALZ » October 12th, 2007, 2:21 pm

Good chance its Tanned Leather. Leather a little softer than the popular USA Horween models
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Postby spedrunr » October 17th, 2007, 11:59 pm

if you could put up a few pix we could probably tell you more about it, sounds interesting
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Re: Rawlings PRO-12TL trap-eze

Postby ThirdBase24 » March 25th, 2010, 10:48 pm

just thought i would resurrect this thread to see if anyone on here knows anything more about it.?????

here are some pics :

http://compton.physics.wm.edu/~joe/uplo ... 002254.jpg

http://compton.physics.wm.edu/~joe/uplo ... 02254a.jpg

http://compton.physics.wm.edu/~joe/uplo ... 02254b.jpg

http://compton.physics.wm.edu/~joe/uplo ... 002255.jpg

thanks for any info!!!!
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Re: Rawlings PRO-12TL trap-eze

Postby softball66 » March 27th, 2010, 7:34 am

venturing strictly a guess. The "L" in the "TL" might mean light-weight leather. The back thumb area doesn't look like the normal Rawlings heart of the hide leather which is usually smooth. This has a wrinkled appearance and it might have been a lighter weight leather. Now the front, palm-side leather looks like normal Rawlings HOH leather and check out those very thick laces.
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