Custom Colored Laces
Black Tan Creme Chocolate
Leather Glove Conditioners
Protect and Restore Gloves
Shades of Purple
Vintage Glove Restored
Even 60 year old gloves
can look new again
Before - Dry Broken Laces
After - Like New, Game Ready
Reds, Pinks, Maroons
Before - Looks 50 Years Old
After - Looks like New again
Greens and Oranges
Coaches Glove Mallets
Break in Your Glove Quickly
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This is your source to buy baseball glove lace of all colors. Are you are looking for leather baseball glove laces for sale? Then this is the spot. These are top quality rawhide and tanned leather laces. We have laces in 3/16 x 72 inch and 1/4 x 72 inch in just about every color under the rainbow.
Are Your Glove Laces Dry, Damaged or Broken?
Baseball glove laces will dry out and become brittle over time. If yours are like that it is time to replace them. A new set of leather baseball glove laces will add new life to your favorite glove. Add in a complete glove cleaning and conditioning with good quality glove leather conditioner and your glove will seem like it is new again.
Save yourself the cost of buying a new glove
Relace and repair your old glove.
The leather laces in your glove hold it together. They keep the ball from just flying right through to the grass beyond. The laces in your baseball glove take a lot of punishment during the life of the glove. You take thousands of hard throws and punishing line drives in the life of your ball glove. You need to take care of your baseball glove laces. If you don't, they will break on you at the worst time. You'll be that parent scrambling to find a glove guy to fix your kid's glove between games.
Don't be that guy - Buy Baseball Glove Lace Today.
Old Laces Cause Broken Nose
Remember that kid playing second base that took a line drive to
the nose because his glove broke? Hopefully that wasn't you. But it
could be. Have you replaced your old dry laces this year? Have you even
taken the time to clean and condition them? That's right, you need to
condition your laces at least once a year. In some climates it is wise
to clean and condition baseball glove laces two or three times a year.
Another thing you need to do is to tighten them on a regular basis. Loose glove laces put a lot of extra stress on your glove. Loose glove laces cause pulling in places it was not designed for. Simply tightening those laces will pull your glove fingers and web back into its designed configuration and help it to last much longer.
Dry Laces Break - Causing Game Losing Error at Third
Dry baseball glove laces are one of the biggest culprits of broken laces. Dry laces don't have nearly the same pull strength as a well conditioned lace. When was the last time you oiled up your glove and laces? If your glove laces are dry just go ahead and replace them. Even a good conditioning cream probably won't bring them back to life. Once the lace is allowed to dry from getting wet and muddy they just don't work the same. The fibers of the leather loose their bonds and become weak and brittle. They may look fine but they really aren't. Clean your glove and replace those dried laces soon, before you are that game losing error.
3/16 or 1/4 Lace Size
Most baseball gloves and softball gloves are laced with a mixture of 3/16 inch and 1/4 inch wide laces. Some gloves only use one size, but most use both sizes.
Take a look at your favorite glove, usually around the top of the fingers and in the web you will find 1/4 inch wide laces are used there. That is because that area of your glove takes the most beating. The ball hits that web or pocket on most catches and you are pounding those fingers into the dirt going for those hard hit grounders.
In the palm and heel areas you will usually find 3/16 inch laces are used there. These areas don't take quite as much abuse so a slightly thinner lace will work. Also using a thinner lace in the heel area is much easier to work with. Thicker laces can make your glove so tight that it never really breaks in right.
Measure the laces before you buy baseball glove lace for your glove
Notice that the old laces appear to be smaller than the new laces of the same width.
The old black 1/4 appears to be 3/16 wide. Condition the laces to bring them back close
to their original size to determine which size lace to buy.
Some gloves are designed to use 3/16 inch throughout, and they usually last a long time. Just make sure of the size before you buy baseball glove lace. If your laces are really dry or more than a season or two old they might look smaller than the 1/4 inch. Try conditioning them with some good glove oil and see if they don't expand back to the regular size.
One thing to note is that you can use the smaller 3/16 inch lace throughout your glove, even if it had larger 1/4 inch in the some places. You will most likely be fine doing this. But you won't be able to go with thicker laces if you had thinner ones from the factory. The holes just wont' be big enough and trying to pull extra thick laces through them will probably tear or rip them - if you are even able to get the lace started in the first place.
Turn Your Old Drab Glove into a Custom Glove
The laces in your glove are not only for holding the glove together any more. Now you can buy colored baseball glove laces too. You can not only make your old worn out glove look new, you can make it a custom baseball glove. Most folks can't afford custom gloves from the factory. The cost is just too much. But we all love the look of that custom glove your buddy has.
Now you can show up to your next game with a custom glove too
Change out the old drab brown or black glove laces and replace them with colored glove laces. You are cleaning and conditioning your glove already, so go ahead and grab some colored laces and give yourself that custom glove you always wanted.
Colored baseball glove laces now come in just about every color under the rainbow. You can find them in Red, White, Blue and many different shades of those three. Gold, Purple, Orange and Green are just a few more colors available to the savvy custom glove owner.
Match Your Glove To Your Team Colors
Relace your black leather glove with some Tennesse Blue laces to match your favorite college team. Maybe your team colors are Power Purple, well match those colors to your new custom laced baseball glove. Are you a Tiger fan? Add some Gold and Black to your new softball glove. Maybe you want multiple colors, that's cool too. Put Red in the Web, White in the fingers and Blue in the palm and heel area. Now you are a very patriot player.
Do you support breast cancer awareness? Add some Pink baseball glove laces. It really isn't a tough thing to replace those laces. Maybe you play on a summer team and a high school team. Two completely different color themes. Relace your glove to match each team. Not only will you play with team spirit but you are helping take care of your glove at the same time. Replacing those laces once or twice a year will add a lot of life to your favorite glove. (Note: once a year is often enough in most cases to keep your laces strong)
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