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roystonlodge Monday, May 29th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Marker Setup: Stock MR1 - Out of the box.
Strengths: Looks cool, impresses people.
Weaknesses: Cheaply made.
May obscure peripheral vision.
Review: I play lots of woodsball, and I wanted something to help camo my goggles (I also have a camo goggle skinz on my lens), but I didn' t want to spend the money for a full ghillie hood.

Considering it was only about $15, I'm happy with what I received. It does break up the lines of your goggles. It is cheaply made, but if you maintain it you should be fine. The canvas does separate from the foam, but a little glue or rubber cement can fix that.

I had to use zip straps to install it on my goggles.

I had to stretch it to fit on my goggles, and it did start to tear at two points.

You may need to trim it around the lens to prevent obscuring your vision in the periphery.

I have a JT goggles with the little sun visor. I had to cut a hole into the goggleflauge for the visor.
Conclusion: I'm happy with my purchase, and I will continue to use the goggleflauge. I think it's worth it for the price you pay. Just know what you're buying and don't expect miracles.

When the goggleflauge finally tears completely and becomes unusable, I doubt I'll buy a replacement. You could easily fashion something similar out of a camo bandana.
7 out of 10

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