Paint sometimes gets under the lens
Well, i started using the JT proflex that my cosin gave me for a present. It was a good mask but it tended to atract the paintballs and i used to get alot of jawbone slap when i was hit. So my parents said I could get a new birthday present. So I got a profiler. One of the best gogles ive ever used. The first thing I noticed was how slim it looks. Much more pleasing to look at than my proflex. The second thing was how good it looks as well. So i go out onto the field and chuck on my mask and whoa! The difference in my feild of vision was astounding. I could see about 25% more than i could with the proflex and about 15% more than the Dye I3 pro (my mates got one)
After about 3 club days i get hit in the lens and a little dribbles under. So i take it home and find the lens removal a snap. Besides the fact that the clip are a little hard to pull off at first, it was easy. Easy to put out and in. My mate has never taken apart his I3 Pro because its just way to complicated.
With fog, i have had no trouble foging what so ever. Ive played in many different weather conditions and had a big ZERO with fog. Again, sometimes my mates I3 pro gets a little fog.
I recommend this product to anyone who is looking for a good, pro level mask at a good price. 9.75
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, August 13th, 2008 at 12:29 am PST