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Unregistered User Monday, December 17th, 2001
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
Redz Dimension 3.2 pack
Marker Setup: Impulse sn7128 with vertical reg. Full Freak barrel with All American tip, Blade trigger, Kapp drop zone 2, 20oz on/off anti-siphon co2 tank, 12v Revy
Strengths: This pack stays very tight to your body and doesn't bounce. It can fit virtually any waist size. I have a 32" waist and there is lots of belt remaining, but I do put mine on tight. The second lockdown belt part really keeps it tight and is a good place to put a straight shot squegee, it stays right along your body and moves with you. Their is alot of velcro and I can't imagine it wearing out for a long time and if it ever does, the pod loops are elastic and hold the pods tight which is good because you throw pods anyways. You can still get them back in with 2 hands if you need to (just wait until after the firefight in the woods, that is the only time you would need to put them back anyways).
Weaknesses: The only bad thing about it is that some of the seams on the underside of the flaps are coming undone. You can either re-sew them or take fabric glue and glue them together again like I did. This has held up since I glued them.
Conclusion: This pack stays tight to your body a little better than the redz pack and is a bit cheaper if you can find a good deal which isn't too hard. Although you can't get the pods back in as easily as the redz, I don't care about that and prefer the tighter hold of the Rase pack. The belt is very comfortable and alot more form fitting to the body than the redz comfort belt which is more rigid but yet still very comfortable. Most importantly for me, the Rase pack has a lower profile than the redz. Two great packs, but for someone that needs a low profile and tight fitting pack, I'd say go for the Rase.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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