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ice_paintballer Friday, April 6th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months3 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Proflex
Dye I3
Marker Setup: Zap Amp Generator, Egg II, 68CI 4500PMI pure energy tank
Strengths: Very low profile
Weight
View
Look
Comfort
VERY easy to clean
Easy Change Lense
Weaknesses: None Whatsoever
Review: You can go anywhere that is paintball oriented and get a JT mask for 60 or a decent dye mask for 70 or 80 bucks. Well this mask you get for a bit more. This mask runs about $95 dollars right now most places you get em and that seems a little much for a mask. Well you spend 60 on a decent mask and you normally get the mask and maybe a mask bag to go with it and the instructions of course. Well with this mask for $90 instead of $60 or $70 you get:
Mask
Dark Thermal Lense
Clear Thermal Lense
Microfiber Goggle Bag
Microfiber Lense Bag
Forward Shade Visor
Hair Visor (sticks up to protect more of the hair)
For what you get, you cant complain at all about the price. You get so much more stuff for $30 more and its much better quality. I have seen and used many masks and this one is by far my favorite. This is one of the smallest profile masks ive ever seen. It is tiny compared to most goggles. Then the fact it is extremely light. Also the most comfortable mask. It covers the ears with the side earpads but then stops there. These pads are very comfortable as wel as the foam aroun the inside of the mask. Then comes the look. Very cool look and intimidation factor. I have the white mask and it shows im not afraid to be seen. Then these also have a complete 180 degree view. As far as you possibly can see to the side, the goggles arent blocked. Best view you can get. Then it is very light with the material it is made of. And impossibly easy to switch out goggles and clean. With both the goggles and the mask, just run them underwater and dry off with a towel (goggles must be dried lightly with microfiber towel, not paper). All you do to change the lens is push the ear pieces up on both sides, pop out a plastic piece and pull off strap. Then pull the logo side pieces out and pop out the lens. NOTE: When you first get mask, be sure to take out lens and remove thin plastic layer from inside the lens. Some noobs i know wont do this, so just givin' you a heads up ;)
Conclusion: So yeah, seems a bit pricy, but for what you get and the quality of the mask, i would pay $200 for it. Believe me, save the money and get this mask, completely worth it. Have fun with it
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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