Force3 Ultimate Umpire Shin Guards
Official 2-Minute Review: Force3 Ultimate Umpire Shin Guards
Ty takes you behind the plate and shows you why the Force3 Ultimate Umpire Shin Guards are top-of-the-line with maximum protection.
Costa Mesa, CA
2nd set of these that I have purchased. I gifted my 1st pair to my teen aged son who is starting out. Not much more I can say than I chose them again and purchased a second set. They are the best, period.
These umpire shin guards are awesome! You can remove the inner padding for machine washing or to adjust the height of the padding. Super light weight but extremely strong protection. Forms and molds to your leg to give great side protection. Super comfortable.
North Babylon, NY
Sleek, protective, light-weight & comfortable. Changed over from Wilson Platinums. I loved the protection form the Wilson’s, but wanted more lightweight shin guards with the same protection. Some of the other shin guards I tried, like the All-Star Cobalt, those were too right around my ankles. Only suggestion I have that seems to be of popular opinion, is to buy a size smaller. By measurement I was a 16.5 but those actually went well above my knees because I wear mid plate shoes. 14.5 are absolutely perfect. I am a huge fan of the buckles as well.
Questions About This Product
|Q:||Any recommendations on how to clean these shin guards? |
– Chandler Hodges
The interior padding is removable and can be machine washed. For the body of the shin guards, treat the cleaning like a car wash. Rinse, soapy water and a scrub brush all over, rinse, and hang dry. In between series or games, spraying lightly with a sprayable disinfectant.– 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.