Smitty Charcoal Grey Combo Umpire Pants with Expander Waistband
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For the price, you can't beat these umpire pants. I have the Smitty Poly-Spandex version, a couple pairs of Gerry Davis, but I keep coming back to these. The only down side is if you work a lot, the color will fade. The price is right. I would buy two pairs, and alternate between them. They will look great for a long time. Great choice if you're just starting out.
These umpire pants are great. Fits well when suited up and very easy to move around it while working the bases too.
I have to admit, I have been skeptical about these "amazing" pants. Not anymore!!! These are such comfortable, light, easy to move in, easy to stay looking sharp pants. Wish I had made the jump earlier, but won't make the mistake again. Great product, great Ump-Attire.com service!
Questions About This Product
|Q:||What is the length of the unhemmed pants? I have a very tall & quickly growing teen ump and I want to make sure these will work for him for a while.|
– Scott Buziecki
Smitty umpire pants are manufactured with a 36" inseam before hemming - which should be plenty long enough for growing teen umpires.– Jim Kirk
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