All-Star Pro Model System 7 Hockey Style Umpire Helmet

MVP4000-SL All Star Pro Model System 7 Hockey Style Umpire Helmet

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All hockey style umpire helmets are not built the same. Enter the All-Star "System 7" umpire helmet that has been designed with the utmost in umpire protection in mind. Besides its re-designed new cage to help deflect direct impacts away from an umpire's head, it also boasts a polycarbonate shell (not just plastic) and a vinyl nitrile forehead band to provide extra cerebral protection.

Many MLB umpires have moved to the System 7 helmet including Ed Hickox, Bill Welke, Mike Dimuro, Greg Gibson and CB Bucknor.


  • Professional umpire helmet specifically designed for ball speeds exceeding 100MPH
  • Vinyl Nitrile forehead band absorbs more force than standard forehead helmet padding.
  • Polycarbonate shell provides better protection than standard ABS plastic.
  • Super light silver steel cage with advanced shell design
  • ArmorClad liner system is machine washable
  • Replacement padding available
  • Fits adult: 7 -7 1/2
  • Solid black
  • Weighs approximately 3lbs. (1.4kg)

Replacement padding

Replacement pads can purchased directly from All-Star.

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All Star System 7 Umpire Helmet Shell Design

System Seven MVP2500 and 4000 shell design


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Customer Reviews


Robert M.

Portland, Oregon

June 27, 2019
Great helmet. Will never use anything else. Sustained concussion with the old style umpire mask and switched to the hockey style helmet. Had a Wilson that got banged up; the cage dented from foul ball impact & smashed; then I heard it had problems in MLB use. Switched to this model this year and I'll never go back. The design deflects the ball and spreads the impact very well. I wear a four-stitch cap underneath and it works fine, although I have to use two hands to remove the helmet without losing the cap. Only downside is it doesn't work with sunglasses. Unlike other brands, the manufacturer sell all the replacement parts.

John P.

Bethlehem, NH

May 5, 2017
I have a large noggin, and the All-Star Umpire Helmet fit much better than the Wilson and much more comfortable. I've worn this now for many games and taken a few shots to the grill. The balls do seem to deflect very well.

Terence O.

Alexandria, MN

July 12, 2016
Just got the All Star helmet. Took two foul balls of the face finally. The helmet did it's job! Best umpire mask and/helmet ever!

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Questions About This Product

Q: Where can I find replacement pads?
– Joe Magrino

The replacement pads for this helmet can be purchased directly from All-Star. They offer a full pad replacement (excluding chin pad) and a replacement chin pad.

– Josh Mann
Marketing Assistant, Pro School Umpire Graduate

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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.