Ultimate Belt

Ultimate Belt

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The Ultimate Belt can be worn by male or female referees or umpires, military personnel, law enforcement, firefighters, business professionals or anyone who wants to maintain a professional look throughout the whole game or day.


  • Belt fits around your hips over your umpire or referee shirt and inside your pants or shorts to keep your shirt securely tucked in
  • Fits under any of our umpire or referee pants
  • Comfortable and durable, it will not rollover
  • Lightweight and odorless
  • Machine washable in cold water, drip dry for next use
  • One size fits all sizes up to 48" (length can be easily trimmed down for your specific size)


Putting on the Ultimate Belt is very simple. Place the belt around your waist and over the shirt with the rubber side facing the body. Pull the belt tight overlapping and then fasten with the velcro side of the belt to the fabric side of the belt. Simply cut off the excess material leaving a couple of inches for adjustment.


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Customer Reviews


Gerald W.

Rineyville, KY

September 8, 2016
The downside to this belt is that it rolls up. I think if it was wider that it would be a lot better.

Kevin S.

Gaithersburg, MD

July 17, 2016
Let's talk about the 'Ultimate Belt'. While I have nothing else to compare it to, I will say that it is hanging on for its second year. The Velcro system is very weak, but this is a good cheap fix for those of you who are constantly adjusting themselves. If I could do it over again, I would go with the 'Flex Belt' as it just looks like a sturdier product. This belt does what it's intended to do, but so does tying a piece of string around your hips if you get where I'm going with this.

William M.

South Hill, VA

December 13, 2014
Have used this belt for 2 years. Overall a good belt, but it does "roll over" during games. Additionally, after only 2 yrs., the Velcro end is beginning to tear away from the rest of the belt.

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