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  1. I’m looking for a good low profile chest protector with SMALL shoulder pads. I’m about 5’6, 160 with an athletic build. I currently wear the Champion Body Armor, which is a good fit, but the shoulder pads are too big. I’ve tried the Wilson Gold, but the shoulder pads still seem too big. Maybe I’m trippin’, but I think I look like a linebacker. Any help would be much appreciated.
  2. The Schutt XV Umpire Chest Protector is an advanced piece of protective gear for baseball umpires. For nearly a century, Schutt Sports has been committed to developing the most advanced protective gear in the game for players. Using the same technology, their umpire protective gear empowers umpires to focus and perform at the top of THEIR game! Features: Ventilation holes: 10mm ventilation holes maximize air circulation and the evaporation of excess moisture. Greater impact absorption and durability: Utilizing impact absorption technology from their most popular line of footb
  3. Comfort of a 3N2 turf shoeProtection of an impact-absorbingRugged thermo-molded toe and carbon fiber plate.15.7 ounces per shoe (low top)18.7 ounces per shoe (high top)Midsole has been specifically designed to reduce the knee and joint stressFeatures the black on black color scheme umpires preferDesigned to minimize dirt build-up for easy cleaning.
  4. The Force3 Ultimate Umpire Shin Guards are a high quality umpire shin guard made of premium materials including DuPont Kevlar, stainless steel rivets, and high-impact slimline composite buckles. The uniqueness of this design is in its lower profile design that uses Kevlar inside the padding that reduces the need for bulkier and/or heavier padding. Therefore, of all lower-profile designs in a double-knee variety, consider this your most protective option. FEATURES Kevlar layer is laminated into the interior padding providing the best protection and lowest weight possible.
  5. DESCRIPTION Driven by the success of the first generation of Force3 Unequal umpire chest protectors, Force3 is proud to introduce the newest addition to their protective equipment line: The Force3 V2 Ultimate Umpire Chest Protector. Building off all the feedback received from the first generation Force3 UNEQUAL™ Umpire Chest Protector, the V2 offers the same great features of the V! and adds several following substantial improvements: SECOND GENERATION FEATURES Improved "No Feel" Blast Shield Reduces impact with an additional layer of hard shell outer layer just unde
  6. I was wondering if you guys and girls out there could help me out in figuring out Wolf's mask. I know it's a Nike ti but in the picture the frame looks a little wide at the edges. He's my favorite umpire and he wears one of the greatest masks around.
  7. Time marches on, and we've got some new offerings in masks for the upcoming season... Hockey -Style Masks (HSM) All-Star is still the iconic HSM producer, but several rivals have made significant improvements to their product lineups. All-Star: Showing focused refinement, the MVP4000-UMP and MVP2500-UMP models get updated padding and (supposedly) better paint jobs. In fact, the MVP2500 "Molded" is now black through-and-through, meaning that a ding or knick isn't going to discolor the shell. The MVP4000 is now offering a titanium cage, to keep pace with Wilson (see below). The System 7's, sho
  8. 6 thick plastic plates that are embedded between foam layers under the mesh fabric to disperse ball impact. FeaturesFits under most shirts or sleevesFour way adjustable back harnessCool breathable washable mesh fabricLow rebound foam with plastic plateInserts to deaden and disperse ball impact
  9. For those in the group that purchased UE CP . I'm curious about you're experience so far , and up to what level ball you have worked . The buzz around this product seems to have died down since this past summer/fall . Any feed back is encouraged , if what i have read on the JE site is accurate , some additional new products are coming in the future ? There is one gentleman , here in my local area that purchased the UE , he doesn't work HS , but does some travel ball 16u and up otherwise he does youth ball mostly . I haven't spoken to him in a few months , I will see him soon at a meeting l
  10. For those of you who use a HSM do you polish it's shell?
  11. I am still looking to find a Douglas CP. Preferably a newer style one in the 13 in - 15 in range. I am looking to buy but I have a Douglas-Douglas CP with T-hooks and a Charcoal Wilson CP to trade if anyone is wanting to barter. Also, Im needing a new mask for this season. My Wilson shock has about had it. So, if anyone has what Im looking for and willing to sell or trade, get me a shout. You can reply here or PM me. Thanks! Good luck in the upcoming season.
  12. Well here is my Frankenstein Mask. What do you think? I wonder is I should have got the black frame? Honig's - Pro-Line Mask Frame *New* Honig's - Liteweight Harness *New* Diamond - 50/50 Mask Replacement Pads *Last year* Diamond - Sun Shield *Last year* Allstar - Throat Protector *Last year* My Mask setup from last year
  13. To all you brothers out there, I've been researching LG's as of late looking to find that holy grail of performance, comfort, weight and value. I usually wear a single knee, just feels comfortable, and have been using an old pair for years. There is lotttts of info. out there on both the tried and true (wilson, honigs, diamond etc.) as well as the new and improved (all-star). In my blury eyed internet searches last night, I ran across these ProNine LG's (see photo). The way in which these attach looks interesting as well as the adjustability of the length. Pro9.bmp To my surprise how
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