Batting Glove

Showing 1 to 3 of 3 items



The Komodo has a Goatskin leather palm.  Articulated fingers, a breathable mesh back and a...



The Komodo Elite introduces a supple Sheepskin leather palm.  With a TRP wrist strap and...



The Komodo Pro uses the highest quality Pittard’s Sheepskin leather on the palm.  The 3-piece...

Baseball Batting Gloves in Canada

Prior to making their way north of the border, batting gloves were first used around 1950, possibly by Bobby Thomson of the New York Giants or by Ted Williams while he was playing with the Boston Red Sox. Regardless of the timing of their first usage, what used to not at all be a part of this sport is now so ingrained that it is rare that a player, especially a professional one, steps up to the plate without them. Baseball batting gloves in Canada are especially important considering how cold the weather tends to be for so many games that are played here.

Canadian Baseball Batting Gloves Online Store

Sidelines Sports has been providing quality sporting goods accessories since 1989 and is a leading baseball batting gloves distributor in Canada. We offer products from a number of manufacturers, including Lizard Skins, a company that started out in 1993 manufacturing bicycle accessories before sharing its expertise with the baseball world in 2012. Lizard Skins has provided us with multiple types of batting gloves to share with you: regular, elite and pro. All of them include articulated fingers and breathable mesh so that you can feel comfortable at the plate and ready to attack the pitcher's next offering or hold back and take it.

Gloves Shipped That Day

We at Sidelines Sports want to ensure that your baseball batting gloves from Canada quickly arrive at your door, so we offer same-day shipping in addition to an overall commitment to top customer service. Our Canadian baseball batting gloves online store will help ensure that your grip on your bat remains secure, which is essential as even a slight slip can cost you an at-bat and possibly the game. Conversely, a tight grip can help you improve your batting average and, ultimately, your team's record.