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Japanese Horween

Postby awarsoca » December 10th, 2008, 5:29 pm

Did/do the Rawlings gloves that are made in Japan use Horween leather? It is a black glove (c:

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Postby baseballer935 » December 10th, 2008, 6:46 pm

No any HOH with a J in the model number is not horween. My friend has a black 2 piece HOH from Japan and is pretty much done after less than 4 months of use....but then again he used "hot glove" on it, so I imagine that messed it up nice and good.

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Postby awarsoca » December 11th, 2008, 7:37 am

Thanks. Not quite my situation though

I have a glove in my collection with a Rawlings date code ***01 (cant put my hands on it atm to get the exact letters). The glove seems to be running a tad smaller and seems to have a bit less padding in the palm. Its got nice HOH stamping. It just has this little Japan stamp on the Pinkie.
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