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All dye jerseys, best is C6.
Ion, mongoose flame-drop w/ 32-degrees on/off, allamerican, pmi 68-4500 fiber tank, blue halo, CP roller trigger, lapco clamping feed, blue macroline, blue and black body kit w/ matching foregrip, blue Dye stickies, blackheart board
Looks ok i guess
Grips for tank
Not padded at all
I am a huge fan of dye and their products, but this may be the worst that they have. If you are a stricley rec. player, than this is made for you. It has no padding, is made of low quality material, and is cheap. If you are a tournie player like me, i recomend the C5 or C6.
Get it only if you need a practice jersey or you are strictly a rec player.
Dispute: "It has no padding, is made of low quality material, and is cheap."
this makes no sense. there is elbow padding for one, and if ur in a tournament and u care about getting hurt from paintballs then u r a... and real tourny players laugh at you. and the material is not cheap, it is made the same as 99% of motocross jerseys are, and they need their jersey's twice as rugged.
its lightweight compared to dye jersey's and it is alot easier to move around in. the material dye jerseys r made of and the padding cause it to be stiff and alot warmer. this is why u see more proto jerseys used in tournaments than dye... especially out door in the warmer environments
Last edited on Friday, April 14th, 2006 at 11:33 pm PST