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protoman12 Sunday, May 14th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
JT-DooRags, Beanies, Hats
Marker Setup: Black smart parts Ion

Halo B hopper

MaxFlo regulator

Q-Lock feedneck

Freak 12 in barrel

47-3000 tank

Cp razor trigger

Cp reg
Strengths: Easy to put on, nice and comfy,
Weaknesses: If you have a long neck the cloth may not reach to cover it all.
Review: Well,I bought the Urban Camo colored headwrap off of Action Village for $15. When it got here I put it on and it feels comfy, conforms well to your head and is much lighter than a beanie which helps to keep you cool. I played a day with it at my field and I took about 5 shots to the top of the head while diving into the snake. They didn't break which was cool, but they left huge bumps the size of golf balls on my head. All-in-All I was very impressed with the headwrap, it actually gave bounces, was tight, comfy, looked cool, kept you cool, and was fairly cheap.
Conclusion: If you play in a warm state such as myself (Florida) you may want to switch to this headwrap or another similar product if you are fed up with your beanie making you hot and bulky.
9 out of 10

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