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Period of Product Use:
Less than a month 4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
Paintball Experience: 1 year
Similar Products Used: Just cheap Walmart masks,but they don't compare in any way.
Marker Setup: Air Gun Designs UL Mag
Stiffi MF Barrel
Empire Magna hopper with rip drive
Strengths: Will not fog
Great field of vision
Weaknesses: Doesn't cover all of my lower jaw......... still worth it
Review: Finally got to try them out today and they live up to every bit of hype.
-You can breathe right on the lenses and it wont fog. It was a wet day on the field and lots of people were fogging.
-The velvet on the mask makes it so comfortable that i forgot it was still on.
- The mask will not impair your hearing or your ability to talk.
- Even with the mask on you get great vision both out the sides and up and down.
- The dual straps make the mask very secure, the first thing i did was take off the stupid chin strap (it took about 2 seconds) but even without them the mask stays in one place the whole time.
- It does leave a little bit of my jaw showing if iam talking but to get a light mask you have to make some sacrifices and i would be amazed if i ever got shot there anyways.
Conclusion: They cost more than my first paintball gun but they are worth every cent.
10 out of 10 Last edited on Friday, January 28th, 2011 at 4:37 pm PST
About the fact that it doesn't cover all your lower jaw. You need to angle it a little. The reason the mask comes with the TWO straps is because you may need to angle the mask a little bit due to the design. Hoped this helped
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