How's that leather?
The more time I spend in the glove game, the more I realize people don't understand the quality of leather that is used to make Buckler Gloves. Although Buckler Sports is relatively new to the world of gloves, Buckler's glovesmith has been producing softball and baseball gloves since the early 1990s. His years of experience in this industry has allowed Buckler Sports to burst onto the scene making gloves that rival the big names in the game. The quality of the style, patterns, and leather moves these gloves straight to the top.
Buckler uses three different types of pro stock leather to produce their premier line up of gloves. Their TX, USA, and Horween steerhide all deliver premium, pro-grade gloves, that give players various options when picking out their defensive tool. Buckler Sports has something in their line up for everyone!
The glove maestro at Buckler Sports specifically works with tanneries he trusts because he knows they produce quality leather. He's been around, and he knows which materials stand up to the abuse that a glove goes through during a ball season (and he knows which materials won't). He typically handpicks the leather he uses for his gloves to make sure it's the very best. When a glove leaves his factory, it’s built using only the best materials and inspected thoroughly to ensure it meets the maestro's standards.
It doesn't matter if you're purchasing a stock or custom glove by Buckler Sports, you can be certain it's made from only the highest quality materials and crafted by one of the best glovesmiths in the industry.