The New Standard in Umpire Numbers is HereJan 19th, 2018
What we want you to know: Umpires are moving to the new precision-cut numbers - and away from tackle-twill numbers at the rate of 2-to-1.
Why? Because they are better - sharper, lower-profile, no-threads and easier to put on your shirt or jacket. It's why many pro teams have already made the switch. Umpire uniforms are trending in the direction of upgraded fabric, so why should the sleeve number be any different?
1-Layer Dye-Sublimated, Not 3-Layer Sewn.
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About the Author
President Jim Kirk
Jim has a heart for sports officials and is a leading expert on umpire gear, safety and apparel. After playing baseball at Centre College, he worked as a high school umpire during the Elbeco shirt years. He became involved in E-Commerce while working on an MBA in the early 2000s and bought Ump-Attire.com in 2006. Jim is proud of Ump-Attire.com's success, staff and support for multiple groups including Minor League Baseball Umpires, Minor League Baseball Umpire Training Academy, the Wounded Warriors Umpire Academy and UMPS CARE, the charity of MLB umpires. He served on the UMPS CARE board of directors and was named their 2015 Ambassador Award recipient.