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PaintballQUEEN Tuesday, February 1st, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
nxe pack 4
system x pack 4.5
Marker Setup: smart parts shocker
crossfire stubby tank
freak 14 inch barrel
uni mount
halo
nerve board
Strengths: Comfort, fitting, and style
Weaknesses: Nothng
Review: I love this pack, its great, i originally got this pack because i had to for my sponsor but now i love it , i actually have a 5.5 but this is as close enough. i love how i can hold so many pads it it for my trigger happy back woman moves. lol i will most likely only hold 5 in it but i didn't want to get a 2.3 and be forced to use the elastic straps. this pack is total comfortable and it's easy to get out the pods, and i like how the pack and belt are separate so that its not huge and you don't have to go around your self twice with a jumbo belt like some packs ive had before. but i love this pack and dbout i will ever go back again.
Conclusion: Its comfortable, stylish, it will fit you no matter what size you are because of the belts and its just over all great.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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