The WebGem Glove Care System is the first, and only Patent Pending system to
shape, maintain, and protect your glove. The system works with new or broken
in glove. There is a WebGem Form type for virtually every player, and every
position. Whether you like the fingers of your glove Flared, or Rolled, if you're
a first baseman or a catcher, there is WebGem Glove Care System for you.
Serious players take every aspect of their game seriously, and know how important
their glove is to their performance. Developing a feel for your glove is critical
to playing great defense and you can't do that when your glove is getting crushed
in your bag after every game or practice. That's why Professional Baseball Players
use The WebGem Glove Care System. Playing at the highest possible level requires
attention to detail, and that includes your equipment.
The WebGem Glove Care System feature:
The first and only complete system for caring for your new, or already
broken in, glove
Speeds up the break in process of a new glove
Creates and maintains the shape you desire in new, or existing gloves
The Form, and specially designed heavy Neoprene Bag work together to
form the web/pocket
WebGem Bag also wicks excessive moisture from the glove while maintaining
oils (conditioner) in the leather
Provides consistent shape and feel which, are critically important to
great defensive play
Protects your glove from getting flattened or damaged when not in use
Models: 1st Baseman's Form
Maintains firm backing and wide pocket for great feel and perfect
Creates a "funnel" to direct the ball to the web
Fits most any Right Hand Throw First Basemans glove 11.5-12.75
Deuce Catcher's Form
Maintains that perfect open pocket with a flexed web that so many catchers
Can create square web/pocket if desired
Fits most any Catchers Mitt from 32-34
Puts a slight outward flare on the thumb and little finger of the glove
creating a wider pocket
Fits most any 10.5-12.5 glove
Slightly rolls the ends of the gloves fingers over to help you create
that perfect pocket
More traditional shape
Fits most any 10.5-12.5 glove
WebGem Glove Form of your choosing: 1st Baseman's Form • Deuce Catcher's Form • Flare Form • Roll Form
WebGem Glove Bag made specifically for the Form you choose
Glove Glaze Premium Glove Conditioner helps the glove retain its natural oils
and replenish those lost over time
WebGem Rough Rag to clean and remove excess conditioner
The WebGem Glove Care System... Extend The Life Of Your Glove!
The WebGem Glove Care System
I bought this for my sons first base mit. It has been used then just thrown in his bag, it would lay flat completely closed. Applied the Glove Glaze then put it in the form over the weekend. The glove doesn't lay flat anymore, it will hold its shape. Really brought the glove back to life. This is the second one we have purchased. The quality of this product is outstanding.
July 14, 2014
My son received the WebGem Glove Care System for Christmas. He loves it. It has helped to maintain the shape of his new glove. We have also used it to reshape his old glove.
January 17, 2014
Highest quality materials and great performance.
I have purchased 4 of them. Originally I got 2 for my high end expensive professional catchers mitts and I was very happy. It does a great job protecting them and keeping them well formed. It is almost more valuable for my 9 year old's $40 catcher's mitt as it keeps it very well shaped and actually helps him perform better. Again, quality of materials is second to none and it is worth every penny.
October 14, 2013
Definitely helps shape the glove
I purchased the "flare" version of the WebGem glove form for my son. He has a Wilson A2k (OT6) 12.75" glove. This is a large glove and very stiff. The glove has a natural "rolled- in" shape and we wanted to make it flare. We have kept the glove in the glove form and it has reshaped the glove to be more flared.
One thing to note is that the A2K OT6 glove is a large glove. Compared to a Mizuno 12.75" glove, the Wilson glove is considerably longer. Although the WebGem states it works with gloves up to 12", I was able to stuff the Wilson glove in the neoprene bag. The only draw back is that because the glove is so long, the strap that helps secure and shape the glove is positioned slightly lower then desired - if it was a bit higher (which would be the case for smaller glove), the shape would be perfect..
So in summary, the WebGem is expensive. However, for the amount of money paid for the A2k OT6, this helped reshape the glove very well.
October 12, 2013