3N2 Reaction Pro Low Umpire Plate Shoes

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These 3n2 Low-Cut Umpire Plate Shoes are a good entry level plate shoe at a value price for umpires just starting out and those with experience who prefer all-black and/or all-leather upper construction.


  • Impact-absorbing, rugged thermo-molded toe and carbon fiber plate
  • 100% genuine leather construction
  • Lightweight - Up to 15.7 ounces per shoe
  • Trademark midsole, specifically designed to reduce the knee and joint stress 
  • Black on black color scheme 
  • Low-cut design
  • Designed to minimize dirt build-up for easy cleaning

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Official Review: 3n2 Reaction Umpire Plate Shoes

Ty takes you behind the plate and shows off 3n2's entry-level umpire plate shoes for baseball and softball umpires.

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May 8, 2024   Verified Purchase
Love them so much I bought a second pair to wear just on turf days. Great lightweight shoe.
April 21, 2024   Verified Purchase
I'm not a big fan. I only bought these because I needed low-profile shoes because Force3 shins guards rub and wear on mids, making both look awful, and nobody has low-cut shoes available right now. They never feel like they're tied well when putting on. I hate the design of the steel protection. They're ok as far as comfort. It's not really clear which is L and R, they both look too similar. I just can't wait to get new lows by New Balance. I haven't noticed that the protection lacks, but they're not the best. They feel cheap.
March 23, 2024   Verified Purchase
Comfortable shoes. Can run in them. Not very bulky. Good purchase.

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Q: In need of new plate shoes. Living in Arizona, I probably work 100 plate games a year. I'd like to get at least three or four years out of them if not more. Will they hold up that long?
– Tom Ryan

How a plate shoe holds up, of course, is dependent upon use and care. 100 games a year is substantial! Taking care of your shoes by cleaning them off after every game and storing them properly (not in a hot car or truck) will certainly extend the life of all of your equipment. Know that we recommend replacing your plate shoes every two years to maintain maximum comfort and stability for your stance.

– Holly Montgomery
Customer Service Specialist

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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.