All-Star Pro Umpire Chest Protector

CPU30 All-Star Pro Umpire Chest Protector

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Description

The All-Star Pro Umpire Chest Protector has low rebound foam on the outside, and lightweight, impact absorbing, dense foam inside.

In between the foam padding, rigid plastic dishes have been placed to help spread out the impact in the sternum, throat, and collar bone areas. This chest protector conforms extremely well to the body and has adjustable arm lengths.

Features

  • A combination of low rebound foam & lightweight dense foam
  • Rigid plastic in the sternum, throat, and collar bone areas
  • Soft-shell outer
  • 14.5" in length
  • Adjustable arm lengths
  • Adjustable harness with plastic buckle attachments
  • For baseball & softball
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Q: What is the overall weight of the chest protector as could not find it listed? Also, it says the arm sleeve lengths are adjustable and I just received it from your company and I see the extra holes that could move the arm sleeve protectors up but how is it done as it looks like it is tied completely with no loose end I can see that would make it come apart to readjust?
– Terry Evans
A: 
This chest protector weighs 2 lbs 4.5 oz. Yes, the arm lengths are adjustable. They are held in place by zip ties. To adjust the lengths, you will need to cut the stock zip ties and have replacement zip ties to reattach the arm guards. All-Star figures once you find the length that you need, constant adjustments would be unnecessary.
– Ty Unthank
Customer Service Specialist, Pro Umpire School Graduate and Umpire

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