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    Shock Doctor Compression Shorts/pants

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    Umpire in Chief
    • Shock_Doctor_Compression_Pants.thumb.pngX-Fit integrates a wraparound external supporter for unparalleled comfort and fit.
    • Full-length coverage for cold weather protection with an inside cup pocket and comfort fit waistband
    • BioFlex cup included is unique, vented body with integrated gel perimeter pad for unrestricted movement and improved comfort.
    • Constructed with supportive four-way stretch anti-microbial fabric that wicks moisture away from the skin 

    This product is available from Ump-Attire.com.


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    Umpire in Chief

    • 3
      

    I just got these shorts in from Ump-Attire and haven't worn them for a game yet but wanted to share my initial thoughts.

    As a background I worn the McDavid compression shorts since I began umpiring and have always been very satisfied.

    When I received these the first thing I noticed was the stitching. While I no longer have the McDavid ones the stitching in the Shock doctor ones look sturdier. Which is a primary concern of mine because all of the McDavid compression shorts I've owned have ended up, after several years so not terribly disappointing , coming apart at the seam in the crotch. I feel confident with these that I wont have the same problem.

    Also like my McDavid ones, they have a built in cup pocket.

     

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    Update on this review. I have worn these for the majority of the season now and edited my scores from earlier.

    First I down graded them in comfort. As compression shorts go they are very comfortable. The issue is the built in cup pocket is not deep enough and I use the Shock Doctor cup. I have ended up buying a jock to wear over the shorts so I can be protected properly. This is disappointing as I bought these specifically for the cup pocket.

    Also while the seams are extra sturdy, I am noticing in one of the 2 pairs I have the waist band has started to separate from the shorts, again disappointing.

    If you are adamant of having a usable built in cup pocket I would not recommend, If you are okay wearing a separate jock, then these will be okay.

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    willv28

    • 4
      

    They're good, better than a jock. But only issue is the material, I need to wear boxer briefs under them or my legs itch. Other than that, everything stays in place and if you get the cup that comes with it, it is nice and the bottom of it conforms to me better and is softer and doesn't get squeezed between my thighs. That was odd to talk about...

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    Minnz

    • 5
      

    As a hockey player as well as umpire these shorts are great. The cup pocket is deeper then their competition. To me this makes it easier for it to stay in place and also easier to slide it in and out when doing a clothing change. (Especially when high school fields do not provide locker rooms. 

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    kylejt

    • 4
      

    I just got the ankle length version, and I prefer these over my McDavids. I did have to remove the velco pads that are designed hold up hockey socks, but that was a 10 minute job. $35 shipped with a cup from Amazon. 

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    MCLEOD36

    • 4
      

    Warren. I have worn these for umping and playing hockey, they are very durable and keep everything in place.... I think the compression is the way to go.

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