2004 bko 4000 psi high pressure,eggy 2 stock, barrel and bolt
Very comfortable, no fog, very breathable
First of all, these are the best goggles i have ever had or used. they dont fog up almost ever if u clean them ever once in a while and they are extremely comfortable. i mean after 3 minutes of wearing them i could not tell that i was wearing goggles. they breath just as easily as if u werent wearing anything, and they really do throw your voice farther. this especially helps when you are in the front and you have to yell at the noobs in the back to move up. they fit snuggly on your head, but for a better fit i would suggest getting a headwrap to go along with it. the only thing i found slighty bad about it was that it is quite difficult to take it apart the very first time, but after that it is worn in and becomes easy. my friend got the new e-vent , and this system is much better.
I would highly recommend buying these goggles because they make the game much easier and you dot have to worry about getting enough oxygen.
I think they've also played around with the positioning of the foam etc, so it should sit Very well on the face. I'm not sure about this "advanced-single-lens" though, from past experience Profiler-type lenses weren't really all that thermal.
A new AXIS might be a wicked thing, The lens change is alot easier. It'll take some work though to get more SeXy than these i3 Pro's. xD
Last edited on Friday, November 10th, 2006 at 12:46 am PST
I am thinking about getting these nice pair of goggles. The only thing is I don't play speed-ball, its just these goggles seem irresistible. I have a blue Dye c6 jersey so I was planning on getting blue Dye googles. I don't have a very good gun, but looking cool and feeling comfortable is what I want. I am probably going to get another gun. Do you think I should spend the money on these for woods-ball?
first of all sdrpaintball, get a green jersey blue doesnt exactly blend in with a tree. they do look cool i agree, but save that 100$ and by a better gun like the PMR costs 400$ some good deals on ebay, and stop playin woods make the switch to speedball much more intense