The New Standard in Umpire Numbers is Here

Jan 19th, 2018
We have sold over 10,000 uniform numbers the past 3 seasons and have the largest selection anywhere. We know our numbers!

What we want you to know: Umpires are moving to the new precision-cut numbers - and away from tackle-twill numbers at the rate of 2-to-1.

Why? Because they are better - sharper, lower-profile, no-threads and easier to put on your shirt or jacket. It's why many pro teams have already made the switch. Umpire uniforms are trending in the direction of upgraded fabric, so why should the sleeve number be any different?

Same Size. Same Color.
1-Layer Dye-Sublimated, Not 3-Layer Sewn.
New Standard.
4 inch precision cut umpire number

4" Precision-Cut Numbers


3" Precision-Cut Numbers

We sell all of our numbers as loose numbers and not already sewn on to your uniform. It is much better to make sure your shirt of jacket fits properly before the number(s) are attached. See instructions for correct number placement in our "Fitting Room".

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President Jim Kirk

Jim is a leading expert, educator and author on umpire gear, safety & appearance. After playing baseball at Centre College, he worked as a high school umpire. He became involved in E-Commerce while working on an MBA in the early 2000s and bought in 2006, He eventually led it to the leading umpire gear & attire retailer worldwide, a “Best Places to Work in Louisville” honor in 2020 & 2021 and a National Association of Sports Officials (NASO) Preferred Vendor. He maintained a long-standing relationship with Minor League Baseball Umpire Development & Training Academy for 10 years. He serves as an adviser to UMPS CARE Charities, the charity of MLB umpires, served as a 2-term board of director from 2012-2018, and was named their 2015 Ambassador Award recipient. A supporter since the inception of the Wounded Warrior Umpire Academy, he was named to their Board of Directors in 2020.


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