Posts Tagged ‘softball gloves’

Latest Addition to the Vinci Fast Pitch Series: JCV-22 All leather Catcher’s Mitt

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

The JCV-22 is a 33 inch, all leather Fast Pitch Series Catcher’s Mitt. Made from top grade US Steer hide and also has an adjustable Velcro strap.

  • Dual Post H-Web
  • Velcro Strap
  • All Leather
  • 33 Inch


Click Here to View More Details on the JCV-22


If you prefer a mesh back glove , the JCV-VM model is a Fast pitch catchers mitt  has a mesh back for lighter weight and breathability. It’s also constructed of Kip leather and has a dual post H-Web, an adjustable Velcro strap and extra palm padding.


  • Dual Post H-Web
  • Velcro Strap
  • Mesh Back
  • 33 Inch

Check out the JCV-VM YouTube Video!



Improved custom glove ordering

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

Check out our newly improved custom baseball and softball glove ordering. Rather than email for an order form, you can go directly to our custom glove page and choose your options from drop down menus. Now you can choose from all leather and also mesh back gloves. Choose from our most popular models and many more!!

Custom baseball glove

Stand out with a custom baseball glove made by Vinci! Design your own one-of-a-kind glove by selecting your favorite colors from our color options. Now your Vinci glove can match your team or reflect your personality. Like all Vinci gloves, our custom gloves are made utilizing only the highest graded US steer hide and Kip Leather and are manufactured to withstand the test of time.

Special pricing and FREE shipping

Vinci custom glove orders will take 4-5 weeks for delivery. Call us at 888-529-6864 if you have any questions or problems ordering.

What softball glove should you buy?

Thursday, January 5th, 2012

What softball glove should I buy?
Many times I run into people asking which glove they should buy. Here are a few questions you should ask yourself when you are searching for that next fielding tool.

What position do you play? Softball infielders like smaller gloves than outfielders do. If playing slow pitch and you have never played before, look at a glove around the 13″ range for a good starting point. Put the glove on and see how it feels to you. If you have played before, ask yourself the question below.

What glove do you currently use? What are the pros and cons of this particular glove? Figuring out what you like and dislike about your current glove will start you on a fast track to finding out what you want. Consider rating how you like the size of the glove, the web, the back, the feel of the glove, the padding in the palm, the pocket size, the leather quality, durability, etc.

How many games a year do you play? Players who play 50+ games a year should look toward a higher end glove. Higher end gloves typically are built better with better materials and leather to help with the durability.

What level of softball do you play? Higher levels of play have higher demands on player’s equipment meaning a higher end glove will probably suit a higher level player better than a lower end glove. On the flip side, a lower level player may be better suited for a more inexpensive glove. However, the amount of games played by a lower level player may be better due to the durability aspect.

Price: How much are you willing to spend or can you spend on a new piece of leather? This is pretty self explanatory. If you can only spend X on a glove, you can only spend X on a glove. Gloves range from $50 and on up. As the prices go up, typically so does the quality.

Higher end gloves usually last longer than the bottom of the barrel gloves. If you spend $75 a year on a glove, 3 years down the road, you have invested $225 in gloves and invested time to break them all in while also getting use to them. Consider buying a higher end glove and getting better quality, saving time on breaking in numerous gloves and saving time on getting use to the glove itself. Also, higher end gloves can usually be re laced, where the lower end gloves it’s not worth really worth it.

Also, higher end gloves take more abuse than lower end gloves. Have you ever been caught out in the rain while playing? I know I have. As much as I don’t suggest getting your glove wet, sometimes, you just can’t help it. Higher end gloves usually can bounce back better than lower end gloves. Typically, if a lower end glove gets soaked, it’s done. A higher end glove usually can be saved. I have had better luck with higher end gloves in and after the rain.

But, it all comes down to you as a player and what you feel comfortable with. The above questions are a starting point to guide you to the glove that will be perfect for you.

Guest Blog by Mark Jones

Vinci Now Makes Custom Baseball Gloves. Create a one-of-a-kind glove, just for you!

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

Now you can stand out with a custom baseball glove by Vinci. Make the play with a  glove that reflects your personality and style or customize it to match your team colors. Custom Gloves are available in all leather or with mesh back.  Made just for you but like all Vinci gloves, our custom gloves are made utilizing only the highest graded US steer hide and Kip Leather and are manufactured to withstand the test of time.


Customizable Glove Parts

(Mesh color is also customizable on Mesh Gloves)


Introductory Price: $249


To request a custom glove order form, please send an email to with the subject: Custom Color Glove Order Form Request


Click here to view the Vinci custom glove page




Vinci Brings Back an Old Favorite! Glove Model: PJV55 Now in Black with Battleship Gray Lace

Friday, November 18th, 2011

The PJV55 is a 13.25 inch glove designed for baseball outfield position or any softball position.

Constructed with 5/6 oz Kip leather, this glove will maintain its shape very well over time.





PJV55 Glove Features

  • Battleship Gray Lace
  • Trapeze Web
  • Closed Back




Click Here To View The PJV55

The leather has been pre-treated r to allow for quicker break in time but utilizing our glove conditioner will dramatically decreases break in time as well as protect the glove for years of use. Our signature Vinci exclusive deep pocket design allows for better control and less spin. The PJV55 also comes with heavy-duty thumb and pinky loops, along with thumb and pinky supports which help retain the glove shape.


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Vinci NEW Glove Model : CBW413 Women s Firstbase Mitt

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

The CBW413


  • Closed Net-T Web
  • Closed Back
  • 13 inch
  • For Baseball or Softball







This glove model CBW413 is named in the memory of Wayne and Donna’s daughter Carrie who was born on April 13, 1982. Carrie played Fast Pitch softball for several years and lived life to the fullest. The web style on this first base mitt is as unique as Carrie was.

Vinci New Line of Baseball and Softball Gloves: The 22 Series

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011

Vinci 22 Series


The 22 Series  gloves utilize 5.0 oz. US Steer hide which has a touch softer feel , designed for the player who likes a softer fielders glove. This line also comes pre-treated allowing for much shorter break in times. Both the baseball gloves and softball gloves utilizes ‘Shock Pads’ that are strategically placed and sewn inside the lining for better palm protection by covering a larger area of the hand.

These gloves are already getting rave reviews and being compared to or called BETTER than some of our competitors $250-$300 gloves!!


Vinci JV2100-22

11.5 inch            I Web       Mesh Back


Vinci RV1923-22

12.5 inch          H Web         Closed Back


Vinci BMBS-22

13 inch             Dual Post Web        Flex Closed Back



Vinci EI1918-22

13.25 inch      Dual-Hinge Basket Web     Closed Back




13.5 inch             Trapeze Web         Closed Back



Vinci BV1945-22

14 inch                   H-Web            Vinci Closed Back




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