My dad died about 10 years ago. I found in his home the baseball gloves he used when he was coaching my brother's little league. My dad always wrote his name and phone number on everything! I sent FC Goods his catchers glove with instructions to use the parts of the leather where he wrote his name. They used that part on the inside the billfold on the pockets so it was visible but safe. I sent this to my brother for his birthday gift. It is beautiful and I am certain her will love it. Such a cool way to cherish something of my late father's.
My brother was going through a rough time. As kids, we had to share a glove. I sent the glove to FC. It wasn’t large enough to make a wallet, but they were able to make a card holder and a money clip. I sent the card holder To my brother. He just got it in the mail three days ago. He texted me and said: thanks for the gift made from our old ball glove. That means a lot. We'll play catch with dad in heaven soon I'll bet. Our father died in 1975 when we were both very young. I told him that’s my favorite line from the movie Field of Dreams: Hey, Dad, You Wanna Have a Catch?
My grandfather taught me to throw and catch a baseball in the 1950's in New York City. As my family could not afford a baseball glove for a seven year old, my grandfather used two gloves that he had had since he was a boy. I sent one of these gloves to Fielders Choice and received a beautiful wallet made from the leather of the glove. I believe the glove to be at least 90 years old. I treasure it, carry it and intend to give it to my grandson, along with this story. Thanks, FC goods. You made this guy very, very happy. pin t
Had two of my Uncle's baseball gloves from the 1930's made into money clips for his Grand Nephews. Was so greatly impressed by the workmanship and the stellar service, I'm going to be sending the remnants back to get wallet(s) made. Don't know how many can be had from the remaining leather, but will get as many as I can. Thanks to Fielder's Choice for making these gloves a lasting memory for generations to come. And special thanks to Marya for all of her help! All the best, Don Zrehigian