All-Star Black Magnesium Umpire Mask with Black LUC
Official Review: All-Star Magnesium Umpire Masks
Ty takes you inside All-Stars lightest umpire mask with their most protective padding. Inventory Note: Tan pads are a lighter yellow than the more orange color featured in video.
Much more light weight than the original Diamond mask. Makes this mask seem like a feather after using the old Diamond mask. Very durable and when hit in the mask it’ll bounce off thanks to the curvature of the mask.
Amazingly light!! I use the All-Star Cobalt Umpire Skull Cap in conjunction with the mask and they marry well together. I did upgrade my harness for another high-end brand. I do High School, NCAA, and Men's Semi-Pro ball and have taken balls in excess of 90+ with NO PROBLEMS. Keep the mask tight and have confidence in this investment! The price point is well worth it! WAY TO GO UMP ATTIRE!!!
Pleasantly surprised. My last mask was heavy and I'd lose the ball due to the bottom bar. I went to the hockey mask because the line of sight is unobstructed. I decided to try the regular mask for summer ball. This mask is light, well cushioned, and the flat bars enable me to see the entirety of the pitch. In my opinion, it is worth the investment.
Questions About This Product
|Q:||Do the pads stay soft in cooler temperatures or do they firm up a bit?|
– Tom Harmsen
These Light Ultra Cool (LUC) pads will remain the same consistency throughout various temperatures.– Brandon Lawson
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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.