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Rawlings Heart of the Hide SIERRA ROMERO Fastpitch Softball Glove 12 Right Hand Throw

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The Rawlings Heart of the Hide Sierra Romero Fastpitch Glove is a high-performance glove that is perfect for professional and serious fastpitch softball players. Collaboratively designed with pro softball star Sierra Romero, this glove is crafted using only the finest materials to meet the highest demands of the sport. The premium-grade steerhide leather and deer-tanned cowhide palm lining provide a durable and comfortable feel, while the 12-inch softball pattern is specifically designed for fastpitch infielders to handle hot grounders with ease and make quick transfers to throw out speedy runners.

Not only is this glove built for performance, but it also boasts an impressive style that will catch anyone's eye. The classic tan leather is complemented by striking touches of gold and red throughout the shell, making it a glove that looks as good as it performs. The hand-sewn welting along the thumb and pinky adds yet another touch of style, further setting it apart from the competition.

The Heart of the Hide Sierra Romero Fastpitch Glove is the ultimate choice for those seeking the best of the best in fastpitch gloves. Whether you're a professional player or a serious athlete, this glove is sure to meet all of your expectations and more. So why wait? Get your own Heart of the Hide Sierra Romero fastpitch infielder’s glove now and experience the quality and style that only Rawlings can provide!


Sierra Romero is a professional softball player from Murrieta, California, who is widely regarded as one of the top players in the sport. She was born on March 16, 1994, and grew up playing softball with her sisters, who also went on to play college softball.

Romero played college softball at the University of Michigan from 2013 to 2016, where she had an outstanding career as a shortstop. She set numerous records during her time at Michigan, including the NCAA record for career runs scored (300) and the Big Ten record for career batting average (.441). She was also a three-time Big Ten Player of the Year and a four-time All-American.

After college, Romero was drafted second overall by the USSSA Pride in the National Pro Fastpitch league. She has continued to have a successful career in the league, earning All-NPF honors in multiple seasons and winning a championship with the Pride in 2018.

Romero has also represented the United States in international competition, winning a gold medal at the 2015 Pan American Games and a silver medal at the 2019 Pan American Games. She is known for her exceptional skills as a hitter and fielder, as well as her leadership both on and off the field.