Overall this is the best mask i hav used. ive used it 2 weekends (4 days) and have already gotten 2 bounces , one off the top fin and one off the side. the difference between this mask and they dye invision is that this is cheaper, lighter, better looking, softer, more comfortable IMO, and cover your chin more. they are about the same in weight though.
the differences between this mask and the proto switch EL is its (the proflex) is lighter, softer, better looking, and smaller. the switch beats in it comfortability, ease of changing/cleaning lens, and price though. the main concern for tournament players is the softness though. you will never ever get a bounce off the switch, because it uses such hard plastic. thats why i would take the proflex over the switch on any given day. it is definitely worth the $50 you pay for it at most places.
in conclusion to the 3 masks that have been compared: proflex>invision>switch.
Another thing thats a great easy way to get some more ventilation on your face is you can cut off the foam on the sides of your eyes. this will let more ventilation (especially when a breeze comes by) on your face and it feels GREAT.
In conclusion to the 3 masks that have been compared: proflex>invision>switch.
its gets a 10.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, August 14th, 2005 at 9:38 am PST