Force3 Dry-Lo Umpire Ball Bag - Without Inside Pockets
Rehboth Beach, DE
I use these umpire ball bags for softball and they seem to work better than the softer materials. I like not having those inside small pockets that I never use anyway. They are a bit stiff and tend not to rest as flat at my side as the other type do but it's not a real complaint. I would recommend them.
Interestingly enough, it's a little bit challenging to find an umpire ball bag without the pockets. I always use 2 and carry balls in one and just my indicator and brush in the other so having no pockets is a plus. Also, the material is good, so I don't think I will need to look for more ball bags for another 10+ years!
I was not expecting it to be so stiff. I actually love the construction of it and durability. Seems to not bunch up like softer umpire ball bags. I also bought one with inside pockets. Both are great and I think I have found my new style of bag until another better one ever comes around.
Questions About This Product
|Q:||Does the black ball bag match the black ball bag with pockets? Are they different shades of black?|
– Tyler Fortenberry
The shade of black is similar on both the pocket and no-pocket Dry-Lo ball bags. The stitching pattern is different, which causes the two products to not look identical.– Josh Mann
Pro School Umpire Graduate
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