blue ion, asp qev kit, 14" all american, blackheart board, ndz wave trigger, cp perfect rail, cp on/off, ccm no rise feedneck, cp reg, hybrid lady gripz
black halob w/ rip drive
47/3000 nitro duck tank (soon to be crossy 45/45)
Sizing (see review)
You are compelled to buy the whole gear set (they look great)
Uh, after my Jt tourney pants ripped completely up the crotch (i could fit a pod and a bottle of bawls in it) I pretty much had no choice but to buy a new pair of pants. My team decided on the '06 Proto line.
After playing with the JT's, these pants were so light that it feels like i wasn't wearing them (it was kinda weird). Anyways, these pants are really light, they have a nifty little pod loop in the back for walk on games or those runs to the snake. These pants have just as many pockets as the JT's or any other pair of pants for that matter. IMO, you don't really need that many pockets for speedball, it's got three swab pockets, one on 0n the left pocket (like the jt's), one on the right, and a long one on the shin of the right leg.
These pants are really messed up on the sizing. I'm a 34 and the smalls were too short, but fit perfect around the waist. The mediums are what Iwear and the length is perect but the waist barely fits. These pants are very adjustable.
I love these pants. I have the complete '06 Proto gear set up (gloves, pants and jersey) they all look really good together. With Dye owning Proto, you know you're getting that great quality that Dye is known for. (9 for the size issue)
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, March 5th, 2006 at 10:16 am PST