Won't bounce when you run
Holds close to body
If worn too tight, pods are hard to pull out
I got this a few weeks ago at Painball Central in Burlington, NC for $24. That's the first thing I noticed about this harness. Hanging next to Empire, JT, and Dye packs that cost $50, this one was half the others. I took it down, put in some pods and tried it on, and it was like it wasn't there (except for the feeling that a very weak person is hugging you).
Unlike the 32 Degrees harness, which has the pods sticking out to the left and right, this harness holds the pods vertically. This made me happy, because more than once I've been hit in the pods because they were sticking out from behind a tree.
If you wear it really tight, then be careful when pulling out your pods, as I once accedentally opened one whilist pulling. Unfortunatly, the Dye Locking Pods don't fit into this one too well. So just be careful
This is a great alternitive to other higher-priced harnesses holding about the same ball capacity. The ability to accept 100 or 140 round pods is a plus, as I sometimes use both. This is one of the most comfortable harness I have worn, and it is almost half the cost of others (except the 32* ones.).
man these pods are really easy to get out i have 140 round pods what do yuo have? 150? cuz you just push them down and slide ur hand down and grab it out in one motion i know it sounds complicating but it's really easy i can pull out all four pods in under 5 secs.