All-Star Silver 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.
WOW Lighter than my wallet. Neck strain gone. Took a direct hit on 95mph knocked me back but mask absorbed everything.
Woodland Hills, CA
Very light! I found the harness a tiny bit small and replaced it right away to get the adjustment I like (loose). The bars are thin/flat which required a minor adjustment in how I hold my head to get full view. Within a couple batters it was all figured out.
I love this umpire mask by All-Star. It is super lite. Wore it last weekend and took one off the front of the mask and never felt it. I would recommend this umpire mask. It is worth every penny.
Questions About This Product
|Q:||How is the weight of the mask compared to the Force3 Defender Umpire Mask? Any feedback on the oversized pads and the ability to call ball, strikes and outs? Visibility and protection as good as advertised??|
– Anthony Nunziato
This All-Star Magnesium umpire mask weighs about 12 ounces less than the Force3 V2 Defender masks. While we have limited customer feedback at this point, All-Star equipment is used and trusted by umpires and players at the Major League level. Major League Umpires would not be wearing this mask if vision and protection was lacking.– Staff Member
Ump-Attire.com Customer Service
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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.