3" Black on Light Blue on White Precision-Cut Number

3"Black on Polo Blue on White Precision Cut Number

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  • 3"Black on Polo Blue on White Precision Cut Number
  • N3-SUB-BPBW 3" Precision Cut Numbers Black on Polo Blue on White
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This latest style umpire sleeve number is precision-cut and dye-sublimated twill for an updated, sharp on-field look (compared to traditional tackle twill which is no longer being manufactured).

  • Typically for use on polo blue or sky (columbia) blue umpire shirts

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Measurements & Techniques for Applying our Heat-Backed Precision-Cut Numbers or Flag Patches.


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June 21, 2023   Verified Purchase
They give that PRO/MAJOR LEAGUE look! They look great on all the shirts I have them on and make them look sharper! I would recommend them!

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Questions About This Product

Q: Where do you put a number on an umpire shirt?
– Jason Ring

Good question Jason. Numbers are typically worn on the right sleeve. On short sleeve shirts, measure up from the top of the cuff. Numbers should be placed 1" above the top of the cuff. On long sleeve shirts, pullovers or jackets, measurements should be from your shoulder seam to the top of your number, with the distance varying by size of shirt or jacket: Medium and Large: 4” XL & 2X: 5 1/2" 3X and up: 7” For more details, check out the "Fitting Room".

– Josh Mann
Pro School Umpire Graduate

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