Rawlings gloves come in leather and synthetic material. The Primo models are Rawlings most expensive gloves. They are made with two layers of premium Italian leather. Features include direct embroidery, hand sewn welting, 100% wool padding and lacing. Price is about $400.
The Pro Preferred gloves cost about $340. They feature a strong web style that keeps the ball in place. Material is durable, soft kipskin leather that is easy to break in.
The Pro Stock Heart of the Hide models are mostly infielder gloves. The shell is made from top quality steerhide leather. Price is about $250.
The Revo Solid Core 950 gloves feature a new technology that improves the fit of the glove. The shell is made from premium steerhide leather that is treated with special oil to provide durability. Price is about $240. The Revo Solid Core 750 models cost about $160.
The Gold Glove models cost about $105. They are made of tumbled soft leather and need only a little break in. Features include pro grade leather laces, deer tanned cowhide lining, moldable padding and a conventional back with a wide opening above the wrist. They are perfect for youth players.
The Revo Solid Core 350 gloves are made of full grain leather with nylon lining. Price is about $70.
The Savage Series models cost about $40-45. The shell is made with cowhide leather that requires little break in.
The Rawlings Fastpitch softball models cost about $45-50. The shell and laces are made with full grain leather. Lower finger stalls and a narrower hand opening accommodate small hands. The gloves are lightweight and durable. Special palm pads help absorb shock and reduce sting.
The Champion Series fastpitch models cost about $75-80. The shell is made with full grain leather and requires only minimal break in. The foam filled finger stalls and adjustable Velcro straps allow for a good fit.
The Renegade softball glove has a full grain leather shell that needs minimal break in. Price is about $65.