Franklin Sports

Adult Franklin Sports All Weather Pro Baseball Batting Gloves

Item No. 25725-20751FX
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Adult Franklin Sports All Weather Pro Baseball Batting Gloves


Stay hot at the plate even when the weather gets cold with Franklin Sports' All-Weather Pro batting gloves. These cold weather batting gloves are perfect for baseball and softball players for early season training and practice or late October playoff games. Used by MLB players, coaches, and umpires, these cold weather batting gloves are perfect for keeping your hands warm while playing. Constructed with the same high quality leather as our other pro gloves, these batting gloves are designed to help hitters improve their grip for increased bat control and performance. These gloves are even designed with touch-screen compatible tips so that you can operate your devices in the cold! So when the temperature drops, stay prepared and ready to play your best. Grab yourself a pair of Franklin Sports All-Weather Pro batting gloves today!


  • All Weather: Created with our highest quality leather to maintain softness and superior grip in all weather conditions
  • Engineered For Outdoors: Premium polar fleece lining and a wind-resistant back make this the preferred glove on extreme cold weather days
  • Genuine Leather: Handled, processed, and thoroughly inspected by our team of experts to ensure quality, durability, softness, and suppleness
  • Winter Sport Gloves: When you're playing baseball late into the season, these gloves can help eliminate sting and keep your hands warm between innings so you can play at your best year round!
  • Touch Screen Compatible: Fitted with touch screen compatible fingertips so you can continue to operate phones and tablets while keeping your hands warm


  • Style: 20751FX
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