Smitty Performance Poly Spandex Charcoal Grey Combo Umpire Pants
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Bought these Smitty combo umpire pants for my son who has been wearing my hand-me-downs for a few years. The poly-spandex looks great & now he will have a couple of pairs that look as professional as the ones we all wear. The combo umpire pant works better for him currently as he works little league & summer ball.
These are great umpire pants! High quality and professional look. Breathable with good air flow. First time going without the stretch waistband but still very comfortable. Better fit.
Nice sharp looking umpire pants, especially versus less expensive models. Wish they were a little more durable for the price. This is my second pair in 2 seasons.
Questions About This Product
|Q:||What is the difference between Combo pants and Plate pants? And between Combo pants and Base pants?|
– Joseph Reynolds
Between Combo Umpire pants and Plate Umpire pants, there is a 1.25 inch difference in diameter around the knee allowing adequate space for various shin guard sizes. While Plate and Combo umpire pants are manufactured with a re-enforced sewn-in saddle seat for the demands of plate work, the Base umpire pants are a traditional athletic cut without a sewn-in saddle seat.– Ty Unthank
Communication & Service Specialist, Pro Umpire School Graduate and Umpire
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