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madps Tuesday, June 28th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
4 years1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
V-Force Shield Mask and Ravens
Marker Setup: Smart Parts Ion (Black)
All American barrel with a green freek front.
Hi-rise twister feedport (Green)
Smart Parts s-rail
Smart Parts dove tail
Halo LCD Backman
48cu 3000psi
Strengths: Comfortable
Good field of vision
Doesn't fog
Durable
Weaknesses: Difficult to change lens.
Thats it.
Review: I was a marshall for a year and started off wearing a Vforce shield mask, but then aquired the Flex 7 through my boss and never went back to the Vforce.
They are the most comfortable goggles i have ever worn, and would still be comfortable 7 oclock at night after a 10 hour shift at the paintball park.
Steaming up is an issue for me due to wearing glasses, but these goggles have never steamed up on me.
They are also relatively easy to disassemble for cleaning, except the lense which can be a pain.

Conclusion: This product is an allrounder which can be used in all situations with great competency.
If you want a good cheap goggle system, buy this.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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