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clown_13_2001 Thursday, April 29th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
-JT full headshield
Marker Setup: -Spyder Victor II
-12" Red Custom Products One Piece Barrel .689
-Red/Black 12 Volt Revolution X-board
-20 oz. Pure Energy co2
Strengths: -cheap
-nice look
-nice ventilation
Weaknesses: -padding isn't that great
-not flexible
-hard to adjust
-gets fogged
Review: This was my very first mask. I got it from my friend. The only place I have found it is at wal-mart for 18 bucks though. It looks pretty cool since it has all the curves on it. There are a lot of holes, so ventilation is really nice. It isn't too comfortable though. The padding is kind of rough, the mask is hard to adjust, and is kind of big, so it is a big target. It also isn't flexible, so there won't be too many bounces off of it. And the main problem with this mask is the FOG. After about 6 o'clock, the mask is just like coming out after a rain shower, you can't see a thing. This has forced me to buy a new mask.
Conclusion: Buy it if you are just starting, or if you don't have too much money, or both.
6 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, May 26th, 2004 at 6:33 am PST

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