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AllStar Lightweight Ultracool Catchers Facemask FM25LUC vs. Easton Speed Elite Traditional Catchers Mask A165098

Allstar Lightweight Ultracool Catchers Facemask FM25LUC vs. Easton Speed Elite Traditional Catcher’s Mask A165098

AllStar Lightweight Ultracool Catchers Facemask FM25LUC vs. Easton Speed Elite Traditional Catchers Mask A165098AllStar Lightweight Ultracool Catchers Facemask FM25LUC vs. Easton Speed Elite Traditional Catchers Mask A165098

These days catchers helmets are becoming more and better looking. But, there are many catchers who still like the look and feel of a catchers facemask. For those catching players, the Baseball Bargains company has lots of great mask options to choose from.

The Allstar Lightweight Ultracool Catchers Facemask FM25LUC and the Easton Speed Elite Traditional Catcher’s Mask A165098.

One area where both the FM25LUC and A165098 shine is in-game functionality. Range of vision needs to be considered when purchasing any mask. There are absolutely no sight limitations with these masks, thanks to their impeccable designs.

The Allstar model comes with I-BAR Vision technology. This creates an increased range of view as well as strength by using flat instead of rounded bars. The Easton Model has a lightweight, high-strength steel cage designed to provide players with a wide range of vision.

Catchers stay comfortable in the Allstar mask thanks to the ultra-cool fabric. This fabric works so that it dries between innings and stays super light feeling. The Easton mask keeps players sweat-free, thanks to the item’s moisture wicking material.

The Easton mask design has a classic look. It resembles the mask style that catchers have donned in the game for years. The Allstar traditional catcher’s mask is somewhat similar looking, but differs around the eyes, thanks to its I-Bar vision design. Both masks come in a variety of different colors.

Both mask discussed will be very useful for any player during their next season behind the plate. The Allstar mask perhaps has a bit more to offer feature wise, but also comes at a slightly higher price. Be sure to take a closer look at the two masks on our Baseball Bargains website!

 

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