The 279 Model has a slightly deeper pocket than the 789 pattern. This model features single welts on the back of the fingers and no pocket fold over. This model has a natural thumb to pinky close when worn shifted with two fingers in the pinky stall. The 279 Model has a quicker break in period than the 789 Model due to the single welts and the removed structure of the palm fold over.
The 563 Model is a perfect blend between the 279 and 789 model. It features a deep pocket like the 279 model, but has more structure through the back of the fingers with the same welting pattern as the 789 model. The glove has good flexibility through the pocket with the absence of a palm fold over. This model plays well for those accustomed to the rigidity of dual welting patterns.
The 789 Model has a shallower pocket than the 279 Model and plays taller through the fingers. This model features more welts on the back of the fingers and a pocket fold over. This model has a natural thumb to ring finger close. The 789 Model has a longer break in period than the 279 model due to the additional welts and added structure of the palm fold over.
The 247 Model is the trainer version of the 279 model. It features a deep pocket with a wide palm for infield practice. This model also contains the nickname "The Dungeon." This is in homage to a dark baseball training area under Cedar High School in Cedar City, Utah.