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All-Star leg guards LGU 2000 - 17"

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All ....

Here is a pair of All-Star LGU 2000 17" leg guards.   Used pretty extensively, but still have some life.  Make an offer

I also have 2 UN-USED Shock Doctor standard cups that came with the Shock Doctor Leggings that Ump-Attire used to sell.  Perfect if you have a bunch of young umpires just starting out.

PM with interest .......  Paypal friends and family only

Thanks .........

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5 minutes ago, gnhbua93 said:

I can imagine you are getting the Force3 shin guards to sub those.

how did I know that you'd respond with some comment about Force3 stuff? :rolleyes::smachhead: 

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2 hours ago, Thunderheads said:

how did I know that you'd respond with some comment about Force3 stuff? :rolleyes::smachhead: 

Two things you can count on right now...

@gnhbua93 commenting with something Force3. 

And myself commenting when tthere is a possibility to grab a Mizuno Shovel TG. 

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