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Parasite Thursday, February 7th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
-Denim PJ Pants
-Plain Jeans
-"Parachute Pants" (Starter)
Marker Setup: Bob Long Intimidator
-Mountain Paintball GEN 5 Delrin Bolt
-Shocktech Drop Forward
-Stasher Blade Trigger
-MacDev Gladiator Regulator
-PMI 88/4500 N≤
Strengths: -VERY light!
-EXTREMELY durable ballistic knees (the same fabric is also on the rear, for sliding)
-Very comfy! The interior lining makes them VERY comfortable!
-Hip & knee pads = added comfort!
-Elastic crotch, no more ripped crotches!
Weaknesses: -Not very breathable
-VERY expensive for pants
-Squeegie pocket is too low
Conclusion: ~$80 for pants is pretty pricey in my book. Yet you do get the best paintball pants i've seen yet. I decided on PJ's after WC2K1, i got to see the difference between the multiple pants manufacturers. And i must say that PJ's impressed me the most. They are very durable and comfortable in cool/cold weather, but don't breathe very well. Overall, i'd reccomend them to anyone in the market for paintball-specific pants. Although their price is high, they DEFINITELY outclass any other pants in their price bracket.
8 out of 10

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