Each batting glove that Marucci offers is tailored to a specific type of player, but we have something for everyone in the line. From durability to feel, we have you covered. In this guide we break down every batting glove to help you select which batting glove fits your unique style of play.
A glove designed for feel will typically have less durability, while a glove designed with thick leather will have improved durability. However, a glove made with thick leather will have a decrease in feel. High-end gloves that are made for feel and comfort utilize premium leathers that allow for better feel but risk showing wear after prolonged use.
A structured glove utilizes more stitching and less flexibility to help you maintain your grip strength by keeping your hand in the curled position. An athlete with good grip strength will benefit from a glove with more flexibility as it opens them up for more mobility at the plate.
The sturdiness of a batting glove comes from the material used. By utilizing stronger, heavier materials and a solid build, sturdy batting gloves are great for athletes who would rather have more weight on their hands. Our lightweight gloves have less stitching and are designed with lighter materials to take excess weight off the hands to give you a more natural feel.
With the information on how we’ve categorized batting glove styles, let’s break down each glove in our line to help you decide which glove best fits your needs.
The Luxe is the most premium batting glove. Cabretta sheepskin on the back and palm gives you the feel you’re looking for, while the wrap-around strap gives you the look you want with the wrist support you desire.
The Pittards® Reserve features a thinner palm material to minimize the separation of the hands and the bat. If you are an athlete who aims to maximize feel and comfort at the dish, the Reserve is the glove for you. The silicone printed back provides maximum movement, while giving your hands slightly more structure. These batting gloves are recommended for game use only.
Blacksmith gloves are the ultimate heavy-duty glove with strategically placed padding on the palm to withstand countless hours of BP. A fully wrapping wrist strap locks you in for maximum support and comfort that is noticeable the first time you put them on. The Blacksmiths are for the player who needs a durable glove that can withstand all the late-night hitting sessions in the cage.
The Signature is our most popular batting glove. This batting glove has amazing feel with stretch where you need it and structure where you don’t. As our most versatile pair of batting gloves, the Signature has features every hitter will love.
Signature Full Wrap:
We upgraded our most popular batting glove with the popular wrap-around wrist strap. This upgraded feature adds support to your wrist without taking away the features that made the Signature so popular. If you are looking for a batting glove that is more sturdy, this is the glove for you.
The Crux is for athletes who want a glove built for long time use. Featuring a thick palm for countless innings of play, the Crux is lightweight made with a four-way stretch material providing flexibility to give you more control over your bat.
The Code is made for players who want a good grip on the bat. Made with the highest tack of any glove in our batting glove line, the Code’s synthetic leather palm is highly durable to withstand the daily grind of baseball.
The Foxtrot is built specifically for tee ball players. Made for flexibility and comfort, these batting gloves help improve mobility for kids beginning their journey in baseball.
Made to the exact specifications of Marucci Athlete Haley Cruse, the Verge offers a cuffless design for peak mobility. The four-way stretch material provides extra breathability and flexibility to give you more control over your bat.
Iris batting gloves are designed specifically for fastpitch players. Crafted with a genuine leather palm, these gloves give you the grip and durability you need to dominate at the plate.