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kpiechocki Saturday, June 7th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Scott, JT, Brass Eagle
Marker Setup: T68 thundertrike
Remote Coil
20oz. Co2
Red Dot

Strengths: Looks Amazing,
Great camouflage
Feels very comfortable
Good field of view
Weaknesses: Lens could be tricky to clean
Flimsy visor?
Review: I got this mask and it feels great on the face, it has awesome looks, and it's pretty adjustable to fit the head. I can't feel the head covering, but i definitely can tell it's their. The straps are very comfortable and it is very easy to breath in. I can't fog it up. It has a low profile, and yet again, it looks baddass. The visor seems a bit flimsy, but it might be built that way to deflect a head shot and not break the ball.
Conclusion: If your sick of having to wear a hat under your masks to make them fit like i did, and want something with supreme functionality and the looks and comfort to boot, get this mask. it is well worth the 54.99 i paid on Amazon. Try on a Flex 8 mask at the store first to make sure you like the feel of the strap and can get a good fit first. As you should with any mask. :)
10 out of 10

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