Wilson Staff Model Baseball Gloves
A piece of the leather palm folded between the index and middle fingers is a longtime staple of Wilson Staff Model gloves. This structural change counters high-stress areas of the glove to maintain pocket stability. It can be found on modern North American gloves including the A2K 1785, A2K 1775 and A2K D33.
A thin extra layer of premium leather is inserted between the palm and liner, allowing players to customize the break-in process and shape the glove to their preferences.
Two strips of rolled leather embedded within each finger provide structure and stabilize the glove, allowing Wilson Staff models to maintain their shape when picking ground balls or making a snow-cone catch.