All-Star Cobalt Umpire Skull Cap
Official Review: All-Star Cobalt Umpire Skull Cap
Ty takes you behind the plate with @AllStarSportsVids innovative skull cap designed specifically for baseball and softball umpires.
I wear a 7 1/4" fitted cap and was not sure if this Skull cap would be snug enough. The large fits perfectly. Removing the All-Star Magnesium mask is quick and easy, the skull cap stays in place. I used a Wilson FX2 helmet previously and this is by far more comfortable to wear. It's been a rainy season so I like keeping the cap on to keep your head drier.
Had to replace my previous batting helmet with the All-Star Cobalt umpire scull cap. Large a little too tight, XL is a little big but with the UMPLIFE Ice Cap works nicely. Stays on very well with taking the mask on and off frequently. Makes for a good combo with a traditional mask.
SOUTH MILLS, NC
I think it’s worth every penny. Got hit the first night boy was I glad I had it on!!
Questions About This Product
|Q:||When I pull my mask over the top of the helmet the back strap of the Force 3 mask has a tendency to ride up the smooth surface of the skull cap & becomes a loose fit real fast. Several times I've had to keep it from coming off by holding with my hand. It's not safe nor effective to call pitches this way. Any suggestions or remedies to keep the mask secure on the slick surface on the back of the skull cap? Thank you.|
– Peter Leonetti
We suggest installing a harness made from a more tacky material than the nylon straps of the Force3 Universal Umpire Mask Harness. The All-Star Delta Flex Umpire Mask Harness is the best solution. This harness was designed by All-Star with a tacky neoprene surface to grip their Cobalt Skull Cap. The UMPLIFE V2 Flex Umpire Harness is also a neoprene based harness in a traditional shape. Either of these harnesses will secure better to the skull cap surface.– Hunter Fry
Buyer, Customer Service Specialist, Former 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.