All-Star Delta Flex Umpire Chest Protector Replacement Harness
Official 2-Minute Review: Umpire Chest Protector Replacement Harnesses
Ty breaks down the differences between the 4 umpire chest protector replacement harnesses to help you decide which one is best!
This is a great product once I got it adjusted properly. No worries of your chest protector slipping down.
I upgraded to the new strap and it doesn't come loose like stock straps. It stays locked in especially on those really hot and sweaty days.
Love this. I used it to replace my factory harness on my Champro chest protector. It keeps the protector higher up, where with the original harness it would loosen and expose my shoulder blades. It would be a five star if the straps were a little longer. Overall would definitely recommend if your CP can accommodate this.
Questions About This Product
|Q:||Purchased this one and added it to my current CP, but it barely fits to the points and the lower metal clip tries to slip out? A buddy recommended this replacement harness and it seems like a good idea but the straps are really too short so he had his original cannibalized to add length?! Any other ideas? Should I try a different replacement harness?|
– Donald Dugas
The Force3 Universal Umpire Replacement Chest Protector Harness has similar construction to this replacement harness, but features longer straps. The additional material should make the straps long enough so you will not have to make any modifications, other than attaching to your chest protector.– Jim Kirk
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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.