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xtremesnipr223 Saturday, October 1st, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
I've used Army camo pants for the last 4 years. Jesus Christ, wtf was I thinking?
Marker Setup: WGP Autococker Trilogy Pro
Stock Barrel
47/3k Crossfire
12v revvy (gotta get a new shell...)
Strengths: Very Durable
Extremely comfortable
Very breathable
Sliding = Breeze
Weaknesses: Only used them for a little while, so none that I've found.
Review: For a while I had been planning on getting into paintball more seriously. I went over my priorities, and found the two biggest things I needed to upgrade: HPA and Pants.

So I stroll on down to my local proshop for a game and to check out their 05 Proto pants. After trying on two pairs to get the right size, I settled on some mediums (I'm 5'11" and 130 pounds, in case you were wondering).

Putting them on: The straps on each side allow you to adjust to almost any size. The ones I bought I had to pull them almost all the way on both sides because I'm skinny, but I assume that at max size, they can accomodate someone of my height plus 60 or so pounds.

Sliding: Sliding is a ****ing dream. I had used camo pants for a while, and believe me, even with pads, sliding is very uncomfortable. The pads would always move around under my pants and sliding was uncontrollable a lot of times. With the proto's I can slide like it's second nature. I'm now very controlled in sliding. Crawling is also a lot more comfortable on my knees.

Secksayness: Two thumbs up. No one would give me a lot of respect w/ my camos, even though I was a decent player.

Breathable: The inside of the pants is made of a strong, smooth netting with small holes in it, that stretches from the crotch to the lower legs. Nothing like a cool breeze to chill your buds.
Conclusion: Definitely a great pair of pants. I got them for 70 bucks, and I can say that they're the best 70 bucks I've spent on paintball.
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, October 1st, 2005 at 2:03 pm PST

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