Polyester holds in heat when still
Strengths- Special Ops' Omnipat camo is generic and works in many different environments, great for people who go to multiple fields/scenarios and don't want to buy two or more sets of camo. I couldn't test this very well as my first and only test so far was in heavy rain, and no one could see anyway.
Very lightweight and breathable, but still durable. Perfect for hot climates/summers. Even in pouring rain and hardcore woods play, this jersey performed excellently.
This jersey only costs $35, very cheap for its quality.
Weaknesses- It's not a big problem for me, but some people may not like that this jersey has no elbow pads, but reinforced cordura instead.
I also noticed that if you don't move, the polyester material holds in heat, but I was already soaked, so it wasn't a problem.
The thin mesh may cause shots to hurt more, but the jersey's bagginess should bounce a lot of shots anyway. I was not shot directly in the jersey, so I haven't seen this firsthand yet.
This is an excellent jersey for hot climates. It cools you down, but is still durable and gets bounces. The polyester and thin mesh are minor issues when compared to how much cooler it feels in a hot summer game with this jersey. If you need a good woodsball jersey and have $35 to spend, buy it. It's worth the money and then some.