Wilson MLB Pro Stock Titanium Umpire Helmet
San Juan Capistrano, CA
I love this helmet. Very lightweight without sacrificing protection. It was tight at first on the ears but loosened after 5 or 6 games. I wear a 7 3/8 cap for reference.
I absolutely LOVE my Wilson MLB Pro Stock Titanium umpire helmet. It's snug and I feel even more protected than the steel one that I had been using. I recommend this to any umpire. Top notch quality and comfort!
It fits snug but there is plenty of padding in the necessary spots so I'm happy about that. I'm not sure how somebody wears a cap under this, I tried and tried but man is it tight. Overall, I'm happy with it. I'm getting to the point in my life where going lights out even once anymore simply isn't an option so I went with the hockey style mask and I'm a fan of this one.
Questions About This Product
|Q:||I wore glasses which were no problem with my old Wilson Shock fx2.0. So a few years ago, I bought a replacement for it, also a Shock fx2.0 and put it away, figured it would work with glasses, just like it did with my old one, but came to find out, it doesn't. Will this helmet allow me to wear my glasses?|
– Danny Gonzalez
The padding is noticeably a little tighter along the side of the helmet. May be a bit more restrictive with glasses. With free returns, it's worth trying on.– Ty Unthank
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