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  • All-Star System Seven FM4000 mask

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    Umpire in Chief

    all-star-fm4000-s7-mvp-mask.thumb.jpg.79The FM4000's design is inspired by the MVP2500 and MVP4000 cages, which are known for offering the absolute best vision and deflective properties.  This single bar facemask features a strong vertical center bar right in the front/center of the mask, positioned in such a way to make it virtually invisible when worn.
    The curved forehead (See top view) allows for more padding to come in contact with the umpire's head to help disperse impacts.
    The steel wire used to make this mask is hollow. Not only does it reduce the weight but at the same time increases the cage's strength.  This cage also features our I-BAR VISION™ construction, where the horizontal bars around the eyes are flat for increased vision.
    LUC pads are lightweight and wrapped in moisture wicking material that doesn't pull or snag facial hair scruff. These pads are also machine washable, just let them air dry.
    Traditional Harness included.
    WEIGHT: 17oz


    This product is available at Ump-Attire.com.

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    • 5
       2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

    When I first broke into HS Varsity baseball, my wife bought me the Wilson Titanium mask. All black padding, expensive, solid protection - I figured I was set for the next 10 years. Alas, 3 years later I encountered umpire-empire and my gear-whore days commenced. 

    Looking for an affordable (it's in the $70-80 range!), quality, lighter, cool mask, I encountered the All-Star 4000fm.  Looked good, felt good, used it for a few weeks working a collegiate summer league, and finally took a solid shot off it. The angular frame did it's job, the stock All-Star pads did their jobs, and I was sold.

    This mask is incredibly light, a lot lighter than the Titanium, and lighter than most of the Wilson masks that my partners are wearing.  The stock pads have served me well-enough into upper 80s / low 90s pitching, the vision is clear without having to go new-view...I have zero complaints about the mask. The upper mask frame is contoured to increase mask-pad contact with your forehead. Because of this, Team Wendy pads won't fit on this top part. However, I've had zero issues with the stock pads in over 5 years now.

    For $80, it's the best mask I've come across that blends safety, cool factor, and a lighter weight.


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