Umpire Mask Face Shield
Crew How-To: Attach Your Umpire Mask Face Shield
Ty shows you how this clear, plastic face shield easily attaches to the lower half of most traditional baseball and softball umpire masks.
Not good. It fogs bad, wrinkles, and just doesn’t work well.
You should take this off your product line if you care about your customers. Fogs too easily. Can't track the baseball that goes low without moving my head because of the fog, which is not how we are taught to umpire behind the plate. Nice design and fits good. To the manufacturer of the covering, your heart is in the right place, but this covering is a fail.
This thing appears to be a hard plastic but it’s flimsy clear film that could easily be made and sold for a lot less than $12.99! It fogs up too easy and is hard to see once it fogs.
Questions About This Product
|Q:||Will this work with the Wilson MLB style helmets? |
– Anthony Giuffra
This product will not fit any helmet. This face shield attaches with the velcro straps of traditional umpire mask pads.– Ty Unthank
Communication & Service Specialist, Pro Umpire School Graduate and Umpire
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