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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Crew How-To: Properly Apply Numbers & Flags To Your Uniform

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


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Matthew T.

Hampton, VA

April 2, 2021
Easy to apply. Does take some time for the glue to fully activate, but once it does, your good to go. Still recommend sewing the patches for permanent hold.

Jon B.

Lilburn, GA

November 22, 2020
Great looking numbers to put on my sleeves, thanks!

Brian B.

Bismarck, ND

August 12, 2019
These numbers are great! They look sharp and go on so easy via the heat transfer method. My only knock is that the style doesn't match the style the MLB Umpires have.

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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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