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Pballjerk Thursday, January 11th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
2 years
Products Used:
None other than caps backwards- headwrap feels much more breezy
Marker Setup: ion, red dusted cp rake trigger,red dusted cp rail and on/off asa, dye ultralite-black dusted back and red dusted tip, redz cam lock, halo b with rip drive, and 5000psi evil tank
Strengths: Looks, feel, padded headband
Weaknesses: Velcrow strap a little annoying
Review: I got this headwrap after i had been wearing backwards caps for years. The headwrap felt much better thatn caps and more breezy. It looks awesome blowing in the wind and it comes in two different camo designs. This headwrap doesnt look so good without a mask withit cus it makes you look bald, but who cares. The fact is is that it feels great and has a great company to back it up. It doesnt hurt when u get hit in the built in headband and the velcrow is a neat idea. I would rather not have velcrow, but its not that bad. If u REALLY hate velcrow, you can tear it off and start to tie it in the back. Altogether great headwrap, personal preference if you like it though.
Conclusion: Great headwrap, fit, feel, looks, and protection all descent.
10 out of 10

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