Force3 V2 Silver Defender Umpire Mask with Black
Force3 Pro Gear Mask Comparison
Video was displayed at the 2014 National Athletic Trainers Association Convention in Indianapolis, IN. Tested per the NOCSAE Specifications, and pretty impressive!!! Shot at 10,000 frames per second!
Very comfortable! After having issues with other umpire masks, this one has been great! Looks great feels good!
Grand Rapids, MI
Love this umpire mask. It is a huge upgrade from my last mask. I have not taken a big hit to it yet, but I know it is coming.
This is a little heavier than my titanium umpire mask that I wore before. The extra weight takes some getting used to for removing it quickly. The pads also take a little bit to adjust to feel right on your face but once you find the right adjustment, they are very comfortable.
Questions About This Product
|Q:||Right now I have the Wilson pro helmet. Is this mask lighter or heavier than that? Also does this mask move when you get hit or stay still?|
– Daryl Rogers
The Wilson Pro Titanium Helmet weighs 2lbs 3oz, while this Force3 V2 Defender mask weighs 1.8lbs. With proper fitting, this mask will rest snug on your face while the Shock Suspension System (S3) reduces the impact force applied to you head when you get hit. We offer free returns to those in the contiguous U.S. so there is no risk to see if this mask works for you.
– Brandon Lawson
Buyer, Pro Umpire School Graduate and Umpire, Football Official & Basketball Referee
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WARNING: Participants in any sports activity assume risk of injury. This equipment may be used to help aid in preventing or reducing the extent of injury. No equipment can guarantee umpire or player safety from injury during participation, and use of this equipment carries no such guarantee. Do not use any umpire equipment that is damaged in any way.