Force3 Dry-Lo Umpire Ball Bag - Without Inside Pockets
OFFICIAL 2-MINUTE REVIEW: Force3 Dry-Lo Umpire Ball Bag WITHOUT Inside Pockets
ACC & SEC Baseball Umpire Scott Kennedy gives you an inside look at the Force3 Dry-Lo Umpire Ball Bag WITHOUT Inside Pockets. This is the style of umpire ball bag that is used most by umpires in Professional Baseball.
Oak Hill, VA
Great quality, over-sized umpire ball bag that easily fits six baseballs. This is my second pair of Force3s, the first had the pockets, which in reality I never used they just got in the way. They're more expensive than most ball bags but totally worth it.
These umpire bags definitely do what they say they do as far as helping damp balls dry, so no problem there. But getting balls in and out of them can be tricky as the opening is tight and the inside material can grab. Enough of a problem for me that might not be for others, so I'm changing bags.
I do like how they are pocketless, but I do not like how the opening is not that big. I like the Smitty ball bag because it has a wider opening and makes balls more accessible. This one will do though!
Questions About This Product
|Q:||Does the black ball bag match the black ball bag with pockets? Are they different shades of black?|
– Tyler Fortenberry
The shade of black is similar on both the pocket and no-pocket Dry-Lo ball bags. The stitching pattern is different, which causes the two products to not look identical.– Josh Mann
Marketing Assistant, Pro School Umpire Graduate
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