Diamond Pewter Grey iX3 Aluminum Umpire Mask with Quik-Dry
OFFICIAL 2-MINUTE REVIEW: DIAMOND BIG LEAGUE & IX3 UMPIRE MASKS (DFM-UMP & DFM)
SEC & ACC Baseball Umpire, Scott Kennedy, gives you an "up close" look and description for the Diamond Big League & iX3 Umpire Masks.
Lake Stevens, WA
Great umpire mask. It is shinny, if you care get the big league version.
Like wearing nothing at all. Super light and vision is GREAT. Pads seem thin but took a shot second game and surprised how well they absorbed contact.
This is a great, inexpensive umpire mask. It is so lightweight you barely feel it when wearing it. The coloring is a little different but that makes it a little unique. As others have said, the mask pads aren't the greatest. I ended up going with the Diamond Silver Big League Aluminum with Leather mask but this would have been my #2.
Questions About This Product
|Q:||What is the difference between the Diamond iX3 and the Diamond Big league umpire mask?|
– Daryl Rogers
There are two noticable differences between the Diamond iX3 and the Diamond Big League umpire mask. The first being iX3 masks come with moisture wicking quik-dry padding where the Big League features full-grain leather padding. The second difference is the Big League mask frames have a unique matte finish where the iX3 frames have a standard finish.– Brandon Lawson
Buyer, Pro Umpire School Graduate and Umpire, Football Official & Basketball Referee
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