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Vinci Products Available on Dick’s Sporting Goods’ website.

Tuesday, April 1st, 2014

Vinci’s high quality baseball gloves are now officially available for sale on the Dick’s Sporting Goods website.  The renown company hand-picked the models to be offered on their site – they include first base mitts, catcher’s mitts, outfielder’s gloves, infielder’s gloves, and infield/pitcher’s gloves.  Below is pictured one of the gloves newly available on Dick’s Sporting Good’s website, the JV20 Cream and Dark Brown.

JV20

JV20 Cream and Dark Brown

Eight models of Vinci gloves will initially be carried on the website, with plans to expand the offerings in the future.

About DICK’s Sporting Goods, Inc.

DICK’s Sporting Goods, Inc., is a Fortune 500 American corporation in the sporting goods and retail industries. The Company’s headquarters is located in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania. Visit them at dickssportinggoods.com.

Joakim Soria and Vinci Featured In Sports Illustrated

Wednesday, March 12th, 2014

If you haven’t seen the latest Sports Illustrated issue dated March 10, 2014, you’re missing out. On pages 8 and 9 there’s a two page spread showing Joakim Soria of the Texas Rangers wearing his Vinci baseball glove.

Here’s a photo of the magazine.

Joakim Soria in Sports Illustrated

Joakim Soria in Sports Illustrated

 

This is the first time a Vinci glove has been seen in Sports Illustrated. The article is also an interesting read. Check it out if you can.

 

 

Vinci In Hibbett Sports Stores

Monday, February 24th, 2014

Vinci, makers of high quality baseball gloves and equipment, announces the launch of Vinci equipment distribution in Hibbett Sporting Goods stores.

Hibbett will carry select models of Vinci baseball gloves, including the popular JC3300-L Black and White, which will retail for $199. The JC3333-22 Black with Grey Mesh will retail for $149.

JC3300 Black And White

JC3300 Black And White
11.5 Inch

JC3333-22 Black With Grey Mesh

JC3333-22 Black With Grey Mesh
11.5 Inch

Hibbett Sports stocks a large selection of athletic footwear, athletic apparel and team athletic equipment. Vinci gloves will be carried in over twenty-five stores.

“It is a thrill to have our gloves carried with industry-leading retailer like Hibbett,” adds Vinci. “The current offerings represent the best of our line. We hope to add additional items and product types in the near future.”

Click HERE for a complete list of Hibbett Sports stores carrying Vinci

About Hibbett Sporting Goods, Inc.

In business since 1945, Hibbett Sporting Goods, Inc. operates over 900 sporting goods stores in small to mid-sized markets, predominantly in the Sunbelt, Mid-Atlantic and the Lower Midwest. The company’s primary store format is a 5,000 square-foot store located in dominant strip centers and enclosed malls. Each store typically lies within 150 miles of another store location. Visit them at hibbett.com.

Vinci In The Movies

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014

Check out Vinci glove in this movie.

https://nuhofilmfest.com/ANeverWasBeen

From the NUHO Film festival

“A Never-Was-Been was written and directed by Sean Pamphilon an Emmy Award winning producer and Peabody Award winner who has already made some of the most influential sports documentaries in recent years.

The most influential of Seans work The United States of Football boasts the 2nd ever largest theatrical release for a sports documentary. ESPN 30 for 30 film Run Ricky Run also received wild acclaim and became one of the highest viewed episodes in the entire series with nearly 1 million viewers tuned in for the premier alone. Sean Pamphilion was also responsible for breaking the BountyGate scandal surrounding the New Orleans Saints in 2012.

Sean is also credited with directing Playing with Rage with Royce Toni in 2006, the story of the mothers, daughters, sisters and warriors who play on the 100%u2032s of professional football teams in America.

Sean began his career as a production assistant for ESPN after graduating from Brown University in 1993. From 1995-2010, he has had his films, documentaries and essays featured on ESPN, FOX, ABC, NBC, USA, CNN, and the NFL Network over 50 times.

In an effort to honor one of his childhood heroes, the late George Plimpton, filmmaker Sean Pamphilon has decided to continue Mr. Plimptons%u2019 brand of participatory storytelling by documenting his experience as a middle-aged man trying to re-capture glory that never actually existed. At age 11, Sean Pamphilon was diagnosed with a circulatory disease that robbed him of his speed and left him with chronically swollen ankles only a mother or pregnant woman could love. As a freshman at age 14, Sean decided to get into high school baseball, but unfortunately tore his rotator cuff. A year later, during his sophomore season, he threw his last competitive pitch after yet another arm injury.

Over a quarter century since playing in a competitive baseball game, we find Sean a few months shy of his 44th birthday, bloated, and 50 pounds overweight. With a soft landing atop Twinkies and fast food, Pamphilon had hit rock bottom. What does a man-who peaked at 12, athletically do when he passes over the apex of life hill and is headed down the other side? Does he pick up the pace toward diabetes and a steady decline in health? Or does he lose 50 pounds, get down to his college weight, hit the batting cage and go play baseball with a bunch of players he has no business competing against?”

5 New Winners: Vinci Youth Glove Prizes

Monday, November 4th, 2013

Congrats to the winners of the latest Vinci sweepstakes, the 2013 Vinci Baseball Youth Glove Sweepstakes.

The first winner selected was Laura L., who will receive a Vinci Youth Glove Model BRV1950.  This 12 inch baseball glove features an H-Web design and an open back and sells for $60 at VinciPro.com.

The second winner,  Melissa T., won a Vinci Youth Glove Model BRV1951; an 11.5 inch open back glove featuring a Tombo web style in black.  It is great for Infield or Outfield and is recommended for kids ages 8-9 years.  This glove retails for $60 at VinciPro.com.

Winner number three, Michelle G., now has herself a Vinci Youth Glove Model BRV1953.  This youth glove is an 11” open back glove with a closed basket web.  It is a black infield/outfield glove recommended for players ages 6-8 years. The BRV1953 is available at VinciPro.com for $50.95.

Julie H. won a Vinci Youth Glove Model BRV1957.  This 10.5” glove is made for the infield position, it comes in black and features an I-web design and an open back, retailing for $50.95 at VinciPro.com.

The final winner in this sweepstakes is April M., who takes a Vinci Youth Glove Model BRV1961 as a prize.  The soft pre-treated leather back and the sting protection provided by palm pads and pro-grade leather palms make this 10 inch baseball glove a great choice for players ages 3-5 years.  This Vinci youth baseball glove for the infield position comes in black with a single post web design and open back.  The BRV1961 retails for $50.95 on VinciPro.com.

We would like to thank everyone who entered the sweepstakes and an extra “thanks” to those who shared the sweepstakes and our Vinci Youth Baseball page on Facebook!  The BEST advertising Vinci has is word of mouth spread by our fans!

Vinci Sports Sunglasses Winner!

Friday, September 6th, 2013

While Vinci Pro Baseball is known for its high-quality baseball and softball gloves, Vinci also manufactures several other products that are helpful to players including glove conditioner, softball pants, and Vinci sports sunglasses.  Vinci sports sunglasses are not only great protection for baseball players, they are great for those who play other sports as well including golfers, skiers, runners, hunters and more.  These Vinci sports sunglasses are made with a wrap around design which gives athletes a larger range of view and protects the eyes from debris.  The protection doesn’t stop there.  Made with polycarbonate lenses, these sunglasses are impact resistant and also provide 100% protection against UVA and UVB rays.

Each pair of Vinci sports sunglasses comes with three sets of lenses and the frames are available in red, grey, white and black.  Perhaps the coolest aspect of these sunglasses is the “pop out” feature. When facing impact, the lenses tend to ”pop out” which can protect the face from injury it may otherwise sustain when wearing other sunglasses.

Recently, Vinci Pro Baseball, gave fans a chance to win a pair of these unique, high-quality sports sunglasses.  Entrant were able to select the frame color of the pair that they wanted to win, then enter to win it.  The entire sweepstakes was run via an application on the Vinci Baseball Facebook page.  We are happy to announce that Mark T. is the winner of the Vinci Baseball Sunglasses Sweepstakes 2013.  Mark will be hearing from Vinci soon!

Didn’t win this time? Vinci is hard at work putting together the next opportunity for you to win.  Be sure to “like” us on Facebook and check in often.  Tell us what products you love on our page and we’ll use your feedback to pick out something great for the next giveaway!

Win Vinci Sports Sunglasses

Tuesday, August 20th, 2013

Vinci Pro Baseball is giving fans another chance to win! In the latest Vinci sweepstakes, fans can choose which Vinci Sports Sunglasses they want to win, and then enter for a chance to win it!

Fans can enter once each day during the sweepstakes period which ends on September 3. Entrants also get a chance to earn BONUS ENTRIES when they share the sweepstakes on Facebook. For each “Facebook Friend” an entrant has who enters after they do, the entrant earns one bonus entry!  There is no limit to the number of bonus entries an entrant can earn so the more Facebook Friends you have who enter after you do, the more bonus entries you will have!  So…share often!

Enter here daily: http://woobox.com/k867hs or visit “Vinci Baseball” on Facebook.

Complete rules can be found here: https://woobox.com/offers/rules/k867hs.