Mizuno is synonymous with unmatched quality. Their Haga, Japan factory is the stuff of glove lore. The folks over at Mizuno have once again reached into their Haga bag of tricks and pulled out a limited edition release unlike any other we’ve seen.
Enter the Kenta Maeda Flow. This 12″ pitchers piece is one of the most unique we have seen in a while and certainly one of the most unique we have seen from Mizuno here in the US.
The most noticeable feature is the “flowing” welt pattern on the back. While this is said to help with shape and break in, it also just flat out looks cool.
To add to that “cool factor”, Mizuno made the back a high-grade red and black suede. This suede back is paired with a tried-and-true Prexy Kip leather palm and accents.
The web on the KM Flow is also only available in the States through this limited release. The Honeycomb web adds eye-catching detail while retaining the closed web to hide pitches. A killer combo.
When we say this drop is limited, we mean it. There will be 16 available in RHT and only 2 available in LHT. If you want one, don’t hesitate.
A limited edition, Made in Haga release comes with a price tag to match. The Mizuno KM Flow will run you $550. An undeniably steep price tag but for an undeniably special glove.
This glove is AVAILABLE NOW on Mizuno’s website and won’t be the only limited release we will be seeing from Mizuno this year.