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Dover Sunday, August 24th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
More than 5 years
More than 5 years
Products Used:
This older JT jersey has classic motocross styling in that it is very lightweight and breathable.
Marker Setup: I'm a hardcore poor gun whore, sixteen (16) markers and counting:
DYE DM4 (dust black)
SP Ion (ShockTech body kit)
WDP Angel LED 1999
2 Invert MINI (gloss black, dust olive)
4 WGP Autocockers (2 E-Cockers)
3 AGD AutoMags
2 JT E-Excellerators
1 VL E-marker
Strengths: Light weight, breathable, UNIQUE
Weaknesses: Material will pill, and color will fade, over time
Review: What can i say, this is now really hard to find because just like most paintball manufacturers, this was only available for one year, and then the product range changed the next.

However, JT did make exceptions for special custom patterns, such as the American Flag or "Hot Rod" and the Canada jerseys. Later on color cam jerseys were produced.

Then bubbles, and I really liked the "armor" series. JT has had some fantastic graphics concepts!

However due to evolution, newer jerseys have padding in the elbows, front, shoulders, sticky areas, thumb holes, even micro fiber cloth for your lens sewn in...
Conclusion: It is a collectible.
10 out of 10

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