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daholly Monday, July 23rd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Animal Paintball Jersey's
Marker Setup: Custom 98 R/T w/ Cyclone adapter, J & J Ceramic barrel
Strengths: Light weight, easy to clean, sturdy.
Weaknesses: Not much area to customize for team use. A little snug in chest
Review: As a practice jersey or throw-on for pick-up games this is ideal. I've crawled in mud and over some pretty wretched fields and this jersey is ok after throwing it in the washer. I don't wear pads underneath and there isn't really room to do so unless you go up a size and want to swim in all the extra material. Simplier graphics would have been better style-wise, but it is light-years ahead of the old design from '05.

My only real issue (and it isn't a big deal) is that if you have any kind of an athletic build and a narrow waist, it can be snug. I tried to go up a size put it was too much material in the middle for me, but I have that issue with some types of clothes so I just deal.
Conclusion: If you can find it for the right price (bought mine for $25) it is worth the pick-up. If your team is looking to give Tippmann some free pub...pick one up.
8 out of 10

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