Glove Wrap Baseball Glove Tool | Shark Tank Season 15

Father and son duo Jon and Gavin Batarse pitched their baseball and softball glove wraps during Shark Tank Season 15. Glove Wrap is a company that was created to solve the common problem of breaking in a glove. Will this pitch get a grand-slam? Find out in our Glove Wrap update!

If you’re short on time, here’s a quick overview of what happened to Glove Wrap after Shark Tank!

Jon and Gavin Batarse appeared on Shark Tank Season 15 and made a deal with guest shark Michael Rubin and Mark Cuban for $50,000 for a 22% stake deal for their company. In terms of a Glove Wrap update, the company is still in business and received a nice boost in sales after airing on Shark Tank. Further, Gavin was able to showcase the product to some MLB players on the Angels and Dodgers, so news should spread quickly.

Shark: Result:
Mark Cuban and Michael Rubin Accepted deal for $50,000 for 22% equity
Kevin O’Leary No offer
Barbara Corcoran No offer
Lori Greiner No offer

Shark Tank Glove Wrap Update

Glove Wrap update

  • Entrepreneur: Jon, Gavin, and Morgan Batarse
  • Business: Baseball and softball glove wraps
  • Ask: $50,000 for 20% equity
  • Result: $50,000 for 22% equity
  • Shark: Mark Cuban and Michael Rubin

Jon Batarse and his 8-year-old son Gavin and daughter Morgan presented Gavin’s company Glove Wrap on Shark Tank Season 15. Breaking in your glove is necessary when playing baseball or softball. However, most gloves are stiff when you first buy them, which leads players to do crazy things to break them in.

Form The Perfect Pocket
Glove Wrap - Break in and Shape Your Baseball, Softball and Hockey Goalie Gloves

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From driving over it to covering it with shaving cream and baking it, Gavin knew there had to be a better way, so he invented one!

Glove Wrap is basically an elastic band that is the exact width, shape, and thickness of a glove, allowing you to easily break in a baseball or softball glove while also forming a perfect pocket.

As Gaving demonstrated for the sharks, to use the product you just put a baseball in the glove, place the Glove Wrap around it, and wait for it to do its thing.

Lori Greiner asks him how he came up with this idea and Gavin shares that started when his dad bought him a new baseball glove.

They were going to break it in the old-fashioned way with rubber bands, but they didn’t have enough. Meanwhile, Gavin found a piece of rubber that his dad had left over from physical therapy and he wrapped it around his glove.

His dad thought this was a great idea, so he looked online to see if there was a product like his. When he discovered that there wasn’t, he helped Gavin start the business.

Kevin O’Leary asks about sales, and Gavin says they’ve already sold over 1,000 Glove Wraps. Further, lifetime sales are $19,000.

Each glove wrap costs $3.99 landed to make. They retail for $19.99 and wholesale for $10.

The wraps are sold on Amazon, the company website, and at six mom-and-pop shops. They also recently met with Big 5 Sporting Goods and they want to sell Glove Wraps next to their gloves.

Barbara Corcoran wants to know what is different about this product compared to exercise bands. Jon says that although similar, they’ve made these to fit the exact specifications of gloves.

Mark Cuban says he can see the product in professional baseball clubs, especially as fan give-aways.

Kevin O’Leary half-jokes that if he does a deal with Gavin, he’ll actually have to quit school and work for the company full-time. Ultimately, he drops out.

Lori loves the product but feels that there are more sporty sharks that could be of better help. For this reason, she is out.

Meanwhile, Barbara is sure that an exercise band would work just as well. She drops out, but not before saying Mark would be the best shark for Gavin and his family.

Guest Shark Michael Rubin, Fanatics chairman and CEO, has all the right contacts that Gavin needs. He says he’ll make a deal, but only if Mark joins in.

Mark eventually agrees, and together they offer $50,000 for 22% equity, and Gavin quickly accepts the deal.

Will Michael and Mark make big things happen for this company? Keep reading our Glove Wrap update to find out!

In terms of a Glove Wrap update, the company received a nice boost in sales after airing on Shark Tank.

Further, an August 2023 social media post showed Gavin handing Glove Wraps to players on the Dodgers and Angels, which should help get the word out. Additionally, he was also featured in an article by the LA Times.

As news continues to spread and the deal with Michael and Mark comes to fruition, there’s a lot of potential for growth. If you’d like to get one for yourself, Glove Wraps are available on the Glove Wrap website and on Amazon.

If we get any more news on a Glove Wrap update, we will let you know!

In the meantime, check out our other company updates from Shark Tank Season 15 Episode 3:

For even more on companies and products, be sure to stop by our Season 15 Products Page!

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