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Stevenmo34 Monday, June 9th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months7 of 7 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
E-Vents - feels better on the ears and seems to not echo as much
Cylus - not as good as the vents as it comes with only the clear lens and the logos aren't like the (E)Vents
Marker Setup: Milled '04 AKA Viking with:
-Tadao Board
-CP Clamping Feedneck
-CP On/Off ASA
-Empire 4 Piece Barrel Kit

Halo V35 also
Strengths: Read the Body:
Weaknesses: - Hard to put on the visors
- Fogs when it rains.
Review: Strengths:

- Lens Strength:
I feel like a pioneer when this happened. I started going to work and i had 3 bags of paintball stuff on me. I was getting ready to put my bags in the back of the truck and i set the mask down. I then put my bags in the back of the truck and got in the truck. We started the car and started to go. "*bump*" was the sound we heard and we asked if we heard that. Notice that i left out the part before i got into the truck, where i was supposed to pick up my mask. YEAH.....I did leave it under. We went back and I found my mask in the bag and it seemed like it was fully intact, but when i opened it up. it had a 20 degree bend in the right side of the lens. Only a little bend from a TRUCK. This "test" convinced my friend with a profilier to buy one.

They are one of the coolest looking masks I have seen out there.

They are very comfortable and provide support for the ears and are gentle around the eyes.

Both lenses are mostly always clear (the rain). As long as I used it during speedball, I didn’t fog up. If you are a woodsball player, the mask fogs up because you are not in motion and it needs to air out. You can also see almost normal field of view with these so you don’t have to hassle with turning your head all the time.

- Ventilation:
Well, its name is the Vents so of coarse it is going to be vented. As long as you don’t just breathe heavily right into the lens, it won’t fog up. My face can breathe in this mask better than any other.

Seriously, I couldn’t believe this happened by I had a RPS All-Star bounce off my goggles. I was in a 1 on 1 match and we got into the Doritos and were in a snap shooting contest. I then take one to the left side of my goggles. Normally it just easily breaks, so my opponent and friend started leaving the field because he thought I had gotten out, but I didn’t. We both were like “WHAT!? An All-Star NOT breaking, weird.” These were brittle balls too.

These are very easy to clean, all you need to do is take off the lens and then run with a hose or something.
Conclusion: This is one the best masks i have seen out there. I mean it did very little damage to the mask after the truck ran it over.
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, June 9th, 2008 at 11:50 pm PST

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