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SKLZ Softhands, Baseball Fielding Trainer


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  • Reinforces the use of two hands
  • Reinforces the player getting his/her body in front of the ball
  • Fits either hand
  • Appropriate for all levels of play
  • Can be used for baseball or softball
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SKLZ Softhands, Baseball Fielding Trainer + SKLZ Agility and Quickness Reaction Ball
Price For Both: CDN$ 27.42


Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight68 g
Product Dimensions33 x 25.4 x 1.3 cm
Item model numberSH01-000-04
ColorBlack
SizeOne Size
Weight115 grams
Number of Items1
Brand NamePro Performance Sports
  
Additional Information
ASINB0019GEU5K
Best Sellers Rank #16,365 in Sports & Outdoors (See top 100)
Shipping Weight454 g
Date First AvailableSept. 14 2010
  
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Amazon.ca Product Description

The best way to get a golden glove is to start with a flat one. The Soft Hands foam fielding trainer dramatically improves fielding skills and the transition from glove to throwing hand.

Product Description

The best way to get a golden glove is to start with a flat one. The Soft Hands foam fielding trainer dramatically improves fielding skills and the transition from glove to throwing hand.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great Fielding Trainer July 23 2013
By akb--bookworm - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product
I wish I got this earlier.

I picked this up for my 9 year-old baseball loving son. Once I got it, I thought "this is kinda lame" and put it aside never using it. Then, I sat at my son's championship baseball game and watched his team lose due to MANY dropped balls. It seemed like he and his team couldn't keep the ball in the mitt. That is when I understood the awesomness of this product.

Even though his season is over, there is always training for next season and all the pick-up games he plays with his friends. In one evening using this, my son quickly caught on and started to habitually use BOTH hands in fielding. His goal is to play shortstop next season, and I believe this tool will help him reach that goal.

Benefits:
1. Teaches players to use both hands to keep ball in mitt.
2. Teaches players to easily transition to throwing.
3. Can be used by left or right handed players.
4. The You Tube video gives great ideas on how to use product.
5. Inexpensive--yes you can get leather, durable similar products, but they are so expensive.

I've been VERY happy with the SKLZ brand training products.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Helps a lot March 3 2013
By C. Lenard - Published on Amazon.com
When I was a kid, we didn't have products like these that we could buy at the local sporting goods stores. We had to make them. My dad saw SF Giants Matt Williams warming up with something similar back in the early 90's and decided to make one, which he did with an old ping pong paddle and some shoe strings. It worked wonders with my fielding mechanics, which is why I was quick to purchase this product.

I started coaching a 9U baseball team about a month ago and there's a lot of kids who have never played baseball before, or never had coaches who worked with the kids. We're not those coaches, so we break down into groups, and one of those is for fielding practice. I purchased some sofhands trainers and some reaction balls and have used them (*separately for now) quite a bit so far. I have noticed some major improvements and the kids have fun.

I recommend watching the training videos on YouTube to get an idea on how they need to be used. Obviously you want to just roll the ball for a while until they get used to it, as well as make sure that they're fielding correctly, which is what this product helps with.

Overall, I highly recommend this product for anyone...ANYONE who plays baseball or softball. It will definitely improve your game. Also, try it out with the reaction ball once you get used to it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
learn to catch a ball easier. Great fielding baseball trainer. July 28 2013
By Enchanted In Dixie - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product
This little piece of foam works great for anyone who needs to learn to catch. It is cheaper than other training gloves; and works well to get you to use both your hands when catching the ball. Perfect teaching your child to play catch or for the younger ones who have just started on a team.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Perfect For Teaching Little Ones! Aug. 8 2013
By Penguin Chick - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product
If you are trying to train a little catcher then you can't do without this product. The trainer is designed for a two hand catch so that you can easily transition to a glove with a child. I found that this trainer allows for more success for the child to build confidence which made catching with a real glove so much easier!
Great for building ground ball fielding technique July 31 2014
By Patrick - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
This is exactly what I was looking for. I had one for my team from a previous season but couldn't find them again in the local sporting goods stores. I love this tool because it forces the fielder to use the throwing hand to assist in fielding grounders. There is pretty much no give in the field trainer. Again, I think it makes it a great tool because the fielder has to meet the ball, cover it, and give with the body as opposed to hoping their glove will do all of the work.