4" White on Black on White Precision-Cut Number

N4-SUB-WBW 4" Precision-Cut White on Black on White Numbers

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  • N4-SUB-WBW 4" Precision-Cut White on Black on White Numbers
  • N4-SUB-WBW 4" Precision-Cut White on Black on White Numbers
  • UM03-BK/GY with N4-SUB-WBW
  • S312-BK with N4-SUB-WBW
  • S310-BK with N4-SUB-WBW
  • S311-BK with N4-SUB-WBW
  • U126-BK with N4-SUB-WBW
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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 solid black umpire jackets or with white trim


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November 14, 2023   Verified Purchase
Easy to apply the numbers to your umpire shirt.
July 22, 2023   Verified Purchase
Looks great and easy to apply. I recommend the 4” for all applications, jackets, and shirts.
April 28, 2023   Verified Purchase
These numbers are the greatest!! I’ve ordered these numbers now for several years. My first set of numbers, applied using a heat press (not an iron), still look great. No peeling!! No stitching is required unless you want that stitched-on look. Just make sure to use a zig-zag stitch. Recently ordered B/W/B by mistake. I reached out to Ump Attire about the mistake and they exchanged them with no question!!!

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Questions About This Product

Q: Are these intended to be sewn on a shirt or jacket or are they applied in another way?
– Eric Olsen
A: Good question Eric. These numbers need to be sewn on your shirt or jacket.
– Josh Mann
Pro School Umpire Graduate

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