Step II: Position the glove with the back fingers facing your chest and pointing up. Grasp it by the thumb and pinky and squeeze, jockeying each side back-and-forth. This makes the heel pad softer, getting it one step closer to game-ready.
Step III: Take the glove by the top of the pinky and thumb and stretch it out. The finger tops and web lace will stretch, but will slightly return to its original state once dry. If you do not like loose finger top lace, don’t pull too much during this step.
Step IV: Open the glove and, using your mallet, begin to form your pocket. Take into account what position you play and whether you prefer a deep or shallow pocket before beginning this process. Form the pocket where you want to be catching the ball.
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