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Everlost Friday, August 4th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Military BDU and BDU replica
Marker Setup: Spyder TL-X. Java expansion chamber, 32 degrees 10" terminator barrel and 12oz Co2
Strengths: Lightweight.
Good job on the digi camo.
Weaknesses: Belt and belt loops.
Seam durability.
Review: I'm not overjoyed with these. Only slightly pleased. I'm pleased because the digi camo does a good job and allows me to have faith in my camouflage to be able to get good first shots. I am also pleased with the lightweight feel. As long as I'm in the woods and moving I don't really overheat at all.

I'm not overjoyed because due to the ripstop fabric there isn't really any stretch to the material at all which lead to me busting a seam when going into a sudden squat position. Of course catching a paintball in the groin at the same time may have contributed but playing woods-ball is why I bought them... and this happened on the first outing. No, I did not buy them too small I have plenty of room to maneuver. Also, as mentioned before me their are only 3 belt loops and they really don't do a great job. And the belt that comes with isn't really a belt so much as a sewn in pull-tight band that doesn't pull tight because there is elastic in the back. So you are forced to wear a belt over the existing buckle which is made all the more uncomfortable because it doesn't sit right only being fed through the aforementioned 3 belt loops.
Conclusion: These really work as a lightweight alternative to BDU's if you have a tendency to get too warm but I'd consider finding something else before settling on buying another pair myself.
4 out of 10

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