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CIMG4841.JPGYou’ve heard the expression, “It fits like a glove,”? Maybe it should be changed to, “It fits like a Swenson Glove.” You may not have heard of Swenson Baseball yet, (www.swensonbaseball.com), but if offering quality craftsmanship, tremendous products and great value count for much, you will soon. 

I slid my hand inside their infielder’s glove and didn’t want to take it off. My two older boys, who play high school baseball, were “oohing and ahhing,” about the feel. My Little League son and softball playing daughter both begged me to give them the Swenson model. This, even though all four kids already own expensive mitts that cost and arm and a leg.

And that’s the best part. Not only will you find the Swenson glove to be equal or superior in quality to those high-priced brand names, but because they don’t have to build in a multi-million dollar advertising budget and corporate overhead to the price of each mitt, you get incredible quality at exceptional value. Each mitt can be customized for the individual player and the color, stitching and webbing options are virtually unlimited.

These mitts are worn by college and professional players, so you know they’re good. If your kids are concerned about having the most widely recognized brand name, then you’ll have to stick with the other guys. However, if you want to start your own trend in your community, then get ‘em a Swenson’s. But a word of warning: Once the other kids on the team put it on their hands, you may end up being unpopular among the other dads. Because just like my own, every one of those kids will be asking their dads, “Can I have one too?”

Source: Swenson Baseball

Posted on Monday, April 21, 2008 at 09:05PM by Registered CommenterSports Product Review in | CommentsPost a Comment | References1 Reference

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