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Unregistered User Wednesday, January 2nd, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
1 year
Marker Setup: green spyder flash, all american 12", psycho ballistics drop forward, 12oz anti-siphon
Strengths: this review is on the jt pro-series 2002 jersey. it is the exact same except different design on front.

this jersey is very comfortable, it is super lightweight, very cool looking. makes all newbies scared to death of you.
Weaknesses: in the winter it is very cold if you dont have a shirt on under it. they say it is supposed to keep you warm and it kinda does but the mesh underarms and sides kinda make all the air go right into you and freeze you.

it can get torn very easily in woods games since the materlial is so light and the mesh isnt very strong. if your gonna play woods swith to something else so you dont tear it.
Conclusion: i like this jersey and im gonna get one as soon as my order comes in at my favorite shop(gateway paintball). the price also isnt that bad so it wont hurt
your budget to much especially since you dont need to buy them to often.
get this jersey if you play tourney or just want to look cool at open play.
9 out of 10

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