Each of the Vinci youth gloves is made with comfort and protection in mind and designed with the same quality you have come to expect from Vinci’s professional baseball gloves.
Prizes for this new sweepstakes include:
Vinci Model BRV1950: This is a 12 inch black open back glove with H Web style.
Vinci Model BRV1951: This is an 11.5 inch open back glove designed with a Tombo web style in black.
Vinci Model BRV1953: This black youth glove is an 11” open back glove with a closed basket web.
Vinci Model BRV1957: This 10.5 inch youth baseball glove comes in black and sports an I-Web Design and an open back.
Vinci Model BRV1961: This 10 inch glove comes in black with a single post web design and open back.
Entrants may enter this sweepstakes only once during the sweepstakes period, however once entered, an entrant can earn bonus entries by sharing the sweepstakes because for each “Facebook Friend” the entrant has who enters after the entrant does, the original entrant will be awarded one bonus entry. The single entry enters the entrant for a chance to win one of five youth gloves to be awarded. Only one prize may be awarded per person. The sweepstakes kicks off on October 1, 2013 and ends on October 31, 2013.
Enter at: www.woobox.com/
About Vinci Baseball:
Vinci Pro products are designed with the professional in mind. Vinci has introduced over 40 gloves making it one of the most versatile distributors of high quality and affordable baseball and softball gloves. One of the best-made gloves on the market, Vinci gloves are hand crafted from the finest US Steerhide and Kip leathers. The overwhelming success in Vinci’s Custom Pro line of gloves resulted in the introduction of the Custom Pro II line of gloves for the price conscious. Made with the same standards as the Custom Pro, the Custom Pro II offers high quality, yet affordable fielder's gloves for the everyday player.
Due to the high quality of the Vinci Pro line of gloves, the first professional player to wear a Vinci Pro glove was Joe De Pastino when he played for the Braves. Additional professional players training and playing with Vinci Pro gloves are Phil Britton, Jose Camarena, Iker Franco, Victor Hernandez, Carlos Mendez, Carlos Sencion, Pat Ahearne, Andy Barkett, Tim Cain, Kyle Deyoung, Anthony Pluta, Wilkin Ramirez, Manny Rodriquez, and Chad Wagler. Andy Barkett, a close friend to the Vinci family can also been seen on the Vinci Pro video, "Hitting with the Pro."