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Banana Slayer Monday, September 24th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
4 years
Products Used:
Empire headband
Marker Setup: Palmer's Pursuit Shop Blazer
--Palmer's Pursuit Shop Stabilizer
--Sheridan Gripframe
--Lapco Dropforward
--10.5" Brass Barrel

PMI/ACI Trracer

PMI USP Pistol

Halo B
--Rip Drive

Pure Enegry 68/4500
--Dye Rhino Cover

Strengths: Looks great
Removable Sweatband
Machine Washable
Very tough Material
Looks great
Weaknesses: None so far
Review: I picked up the MARPAT ban-du with the flaming skulls top from Black Leaf a couple of months ago. I wear it all the time. When out playing, it offers great head and neck protection and the sweatband does a great job of wicking up that excess sweat and keeping it from fogging up your lens. I work as a ref for DZ paintball and almost always wear my ban-du while reffing. I'm not worried so much about my head when going in to check a guy with the ban-du on. The band is machine washable which is excellent as it makes it very easy to clean. The internal sweatband is removable as some people like to take it out before washing to keep it from bunching up. I've never had a problem with it though.
Conclusion: All in all, the Ban-Du from BlackLeaf is a great buy. Well worth the $15 you might spend on it. With the ability to get almost any band/top you can think of, the ability to make a one-of-a-kind combination to match your gear is really nice.

Ten stars for for the Ban-Du
10 out of 10

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