Marker setups don't matter...because sure..I have marker A right now...but in 3 months that could change...besidse what does marker set up have to do with my goggles? Call me stupid, but I see no purpose in this matttering.
Comfy, good field of view, bounces, colors, light, cheap
Foam padding looks dumb for some, can cut down luckily, chin strap
I got this mask (for free [thank you caleb and those who donated]).
First thing I noticed about this mask, even before I put it on, I saw a chin strap. So I was like wow..what is this? Okay let me say it is pointless and stupid. If you have the back goggle strap on the mask won't fall off anyway, the chin strap all it does is get in the way of yelling, so it makes communication hard. So I suggest cutting it off, although that voids the warrantee what else can you do?
The next thing I noticed about the mask is that the mask is SUPER comfortable when it's put on. Wow that's all I can say. It feels 100x better than my x-fire and I thought that was comfy. Now that I've got this and I use my x-fire again, I hate the x-fire. The foam padding no the face is so light and is perfect for molding to any face structure.
The goggle strap makes it so that the foam will feel good on everyone's face, and the strap adjusts to fit most heads.
After putting the mask on I went to see how it looked, and I thought that foam padding looks atrocious (sp?). I am one of those people who doesn't like how it looks when the padding goes above the top of the mask, luckily since it's foam it can be easily cut with sissors.
Another great feature about the mask is BOUNCES! The foam ear peices will help with bounces, however as good as that helps that isn't why the mask givse you a lot of bounces. It gives you a lot of bounces because of the SUPER FLEXIBLE lower mask part, the grill looking thing. It's so soft that you can flip it up and it will stay there (so agg, but looks stupid).
The mask is also light which is awesome because I can wear it for long periods of time without even caring or noticing it's on really.
The colors of the mask are good because you can get many different frame colors and straps.
Parts on this mask are good too because they are interchangable with Flex 7's and other spectra lenses.
It's also fairly cheap, less than $60 at most stores.
Overall this has to be the BEST mask I've used and probably ever will. The comfort, field of view and overall greatness of this mask help to promote it onto my Best buy lists because it's cheap, compared to other masks out there like a profiler or invision.
I'd say buy this if you're low on cash, or if you're high on cash. It doesn't matter this is my favorite mask out there on the market right now.
the reason they put that there is because ppl might sometimes be reiewng a marker. so, it seems, that marker setup might be important. maybe its just me, but i figure ppl wanna know what kinda marker u have if u review a hopper or somethin, an say it wont keep up. if u give a hopper a bad review cuz it wont keep up, the fact that u have an angel g7 or a vl triad will help out. think b4 u type.
Good review, but I'm for the chin strap. I've taken a fall with this mask, the back cinched tight, and caught a ground peg on the side. The mask would have come up and probably off if not for the chin strap. It jerked my head up with it, but it also would have saved me from the person who saw me slide and fired off a few at my head. Just a point that it may seem pointless, but it can save you once in a while.
[Quote] So I was like wow..what is this? Okay let me say it is pointless and stupid. If you have the back goggle strap on the mask won't fall off anyway, the chin strap all it does is get in the way of yelling, so it makes communication hard. So I suggest cutting it off, although that voids the warrantee what else can you do? [Quote]
Marker setup doesn't matter?!?
Of cource it does, thats how we separate the tards from the people that know whats what.
You don't want your info from some idiot with a stock and a bipod.
So yes, i do call you stupid.
Last edited on Saturday, November 25th, 2006 at 8:22 am PST