Team Wendy Umpire Mask Replacement Pads - Tan
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Very light and looks great on my Wilson.
I finally decided to try the Team Wendy's Mask Pads after 40 years of mostly using leather ones. I am really happy everything with them, the cover is comfortable on my face. I have not taken a shot yet, but feel confident they will protect as well as any pads will.
Lake Elsinore, CA
I received these pads as a gift of appreciation from a local Little League in my district. I took a shot from a foul ball of my brand new Wilson aluminum mask I bought from Ump-Attire.com. These pads took the impact so well I did not feel it. The fans in the stands gasped at the shot and both managers asked if I was alright. I informed them I didn't feel a thing and my mask and these pads are officially broke in with my seal of approval. Everyone got a good chuckle and the game commenced. A must for serious umpires and a very welcome upgrade for any mask they will fit. Thanks Ump-Attire.com and THANK YOU Team Wendy.
Questions About This Product
|Q:||Will these fit a Force 3 mask? If not, which replacement pads will fit?|
– Gennaro Maffia
The Team Wendy Umpire Mask Replacement Pads will not fit a Force 3 mask properly. Because of the unique design of the Force 3 mask, only Force 3 replacement pads are recommended as compatible with the Force 3 mask.–
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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.