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The REV. 71 Tuesday, April 6th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
JT Walmart specials, other JT products... None compare except in price
Marker Setup: Smart Parts Ion, Black Heart board/Stock board, Remote feed(Ninja) with Ninja Tank, Virtue Grips, Halo V35 hopper with RIP, Low profile locking feed neck (dont remember brand)... (Back up Marker) Old Spider compact (dont remember the year i think 92-95), Upgraded spring, locking feed neck and VL 200 RD hopper, (Same air setup as ion)
Comfortable foam around eyes
In-expensive price
Weaknesses: Back strap isn't the best for adjusting
Doesnt Cover my Neck well
Review: These are great Goggle, and have a great price. If I were to buy a second "Back-up" pair of goggles, I would get these protos in black. Haven't had a problem with them yet. (yet... yes everything eventually gives you trouble)

The biggest thing people reviewing goggles never put in reviews is if they fit well around glasses. (mostly because they aren't vision impared for those who have put how well they fit with your glasses thank you.) I mean VERY well around glasses. This is one of the biggest things for me because I am BLIND! I also wear some large lensed glasses because I perfer to have larger peripheral vision. I wear big sixties style Elvis Costello glasses. These fit perfectly with no bouncing (of your glasses) that I see happen alot to the Vision Impared because the mask doesnt fit the bows well.

On to something that applies to everyone. These goggles havent fogged up on me yet. Which I havent used them in the summer yet so I dont know the full stress test of them. I figure if they do a no fog spray would fix that right up.
They have very comfortable foam around the eyes and are very light weight. They hold on strong (if adjusted right) and do not slip. I haven't used a higher end goggle before but for the price these are the best goggles I have used.
For me they have great peripheral vision my glasses dont even cover how wide the view is so that great for people who wear contacts or have good eye sight.
They are a harder shell which is a plus for me and I also like how they come in a good forest camo. So poping you head out from time to time atleast feels safer.
The goggles also hang far off your face which I like to an extent. As said in the weaknesses because they hang far off your face (which keeps them cool and less foggy) they dont protect your neck the best which isnt a big problem drop the ten dollars and get a neck gaurd if you are that concerned. (getting shot in the neck does make me sit out a good thirty minutes but doesnt happen that often.) The back strap isnt the best I've seen for adjusting compared to the higher end goggles, but if you take them off and adjust you can get a good range from a big fat head to a pea head like mine. Just takes some trial and error.
Conclusion: Final conclusion. These are the best goggles I have used and I am probably going to stick to proto for my eye protection based on that. For anyone that has big clunky glasses keep looking cool on and off the field and get a pair of these. Anyone can afford them and they are built like a tank from the first timer to the professional. (Good for woods, senario, and speedball)
10 out of 10

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