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yeoldespyder Tuesday, March 25th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Proto
Profilers

Marker Setup: 06 Empire Intimidator
Halo
Cp Reg and Barrel (2 piece)
Steely Tank
Strengths: Bounces everything
Easy disassembly and reassembly
Cost
Breathability!!!
Very light

Weaknesses: Profile is a little bit big on the sides of the face
Minor ear protection
Review: This is an awesome mask. It weighs very little, and can be easily taken apart. ( It takes me around 10 minutes TOP to take apart, clean, dry, and put back apart). You can breath awesomely, and the bottom half is super flexible. In terms of bounces, these goggles bounce more than any other that I have tried. Along with that, it only costs $60!

However, when I got hit in the ear, it did sting a little bit...but nothing to put me out of the game. Also, the front profile is a little bit large, and can be big on some people. The chin strap can also be a little bit annoying.
Conclusion: Honestly, you can't go wrong with these goggles. I would take them any day over: Protos, Dyes, and MAYBE even profilers or Vents.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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