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KrAcKeR Friday, November 8th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested0 of 3 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Paintball Junkies Antron Pants
Regular Jeans
Marker Setup: M3 Black Dragun Basic
12 inch Viewloader Barrel
12 Volt Revi
3000psi HPA system
Strengths: Well.....lets see, not much at all. The pants are light which means you can run fast with them.
Knees are double-stitched which reduces the chance of knees being ripped.
Elastic fasteners to tighten down pants.
Weaknesses: Wellll......just about EVERYTHING!!!
The pants are single stitched-which feels very cheap when you put them on.
No built in padding and you can barely fit pads in the inside of them.
If you wanna get a good pair of pants, I would recommend spending an extra $10 bucks and get me a good pair of Antron pants. And if you dont want Antrons, pull a pair of blue jeans over some pads.
Conclusion: If I had to choose between these pants and regular blue jeans, I would pick the jeans. These pants are very cheaply made and do not hold up very well. I own a pair on Antron pants, and they are definitely better than these. In short, these pants would not be what a serious paintball player would want.
3 out of 10

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