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sprayndapaint Friday, March 28th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
6 months0 of 2 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
I have never used another pack, but i know people who haved played more, longer, and harder than i have and their packs have held up where mine has failed.
Marker Setup: Stock Black 2002 impulse
12 volt revvy/x board
kapp drop zone 2
20 oz. Co2 w/ Smart parts on/off valve
Soon to come:
New Designz bolt
bolt pin
blade trigger
voodoo VFF mount
LPR kit
max-flo nitro tank
Strengths: Comfortable, adjustable as far as velcro straps to tighten or loosen
Weaknesses: NOT durable, after the 6 month marker
Review: I talked with Andrew from Mantis directly, and he assured me it is a great pack. Sure enough it is!! it will hold 140 round AND 100 round pods. it will adjust if you are real big or real small. I am a big fat back guy with a 42 inch waist and i have absolutely no problems getting it on, and i actually have to tighen it with the strechy velcro straps, so i get the perfect fit. My front man uses the same Pack but 3+2, and he is about 28 inch waist and it fits perfect on him too, he just has to wrap the straps around. One size does truly fit all. That is about all that is really the best about it, it is Expensive and Not durable.
Conclusion: still a nice pack, i still use it, but for the price you could get a much more durable pack and it would still be cheaper. the extreme rage packs are nice. and I hear good stuff about the M-pack and the JT packs(I hear this from Terry Neumaster, a key player in the invention of the Revvy and Evo 2, so i would assume he was a little biased.)
7 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, August 5th, 2003 at 7:04 pm PST

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