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When the 50s came to a close, again America was a country in transition, and such was also the case with baseball gloves. From glove design to country of origin, big changes arrived in the 1960s, and continued on through the 1980s and beyond. Glove designs changed radically (and for the better) with the advent of the legendary Wilson A2000, with its hinged heel design - allowing for more sure catching - as well as the equally legendary Rawlings "Heart of the Hide" model gloves - thicker leather, better construction, and truly "For the Professional Player:. America also discovered the more cost-effective (read: "cheaper") mothod of glove manufacture by offshoring it to Asia. To this day, nearly all baseball glove manufacturers have factories based in Asia. It's pretty much only Nokona (TX) and the Rawlings Custom Shop (MO) that manufacture gloves here.

That said, this also was a great era for baseball gloves. Still so many varied designs and SIZES that trace their roots to this time period

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Mizuno Opti-Web vintage baseball glove
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Mizuno MT8000 with the famous "Opti-Web" - a polarized polyvinyl component for the Web, allowing players to block out the sun fielding fly balls. ca. 1980s.
 
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