4" Grey on Black on White Precision-Cut Number

N4-SUB-GYBW 4" Precision-Cut Number Grey on Black on White

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  • N4-SUB-GYBW 4" Precision-Cut Number Grey on Black on White
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  • N4-SUB-GYBW 4" Precision-Cut Grey on Black on White Numbers
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This new color combination, will match the Majestic and Smitty Major League Replica Shirts - Black with Grey Side Panels.

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).

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July 19, 2019   Verified Purchase
These numbers are GOOD LOOKING and they stay on great. Even after I've used and washed several times, they are in great shape and still look like the first time I sewed them on. AWESOME!
December 1, 2018   Verified Purchase
Looks great on the grey shirts, as well.
July 24, 2018   Verified Purchase
Looks GREAT on the MLB Black shirt! Yeah, some guys use the white numbers but the grey looks good too. It was a personal choice.

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Questions About This Product

Q: What is the difference between tackle twill and precision cut? Which one can be ironed on shirts?
– Keith Dumond

Tackle-twill numbers are constructed of 3 layers of fabric stitched together while Precision-Cut numbers are a single layer of dye-sublimated twill. Both styles of numbers have a heat applicable backing that can be ironed onto shirts.

– Sherie Sandifer
Office/Service Manager

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