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  Made in Mexico    The Soto family has been making gloves and leather products for decades in Mexico. The Soto family first produced handmade leather saddles chaps and whips for cowboys. Then in the 1960s started in the baseball glove business. The Soto family no longer produces leather products for cowboys rather concentrating on baseball gloves full time.

Model Number: S20-1275-CM-H-RightHandThrow Brand: soto

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Made Soto Camel 12.75 H Web Baseball Glove Right Made in Mexico    The Soto family has been making gloves and leather products for decades in Mexico. The Soto family first produced handmade leather saddles chaps and whips for cowboys. Then in the 1960s started in the baseball glove business. The Soto family no longer produces leather products for cowboys rather concentrating on baseball gloves full time. S20-1275-CM-H-RightHandThrow 179.95 Ballgloves.com