It features the Spectra 260 lense for a great field of vision. It is the same lense found on the Flex-7, pro-shield, and proteus. It has a nice sleek look and customizable pods. If you buy the model with the thermal lense it almost never fogs. If it does it is because you're wearing it wron letting nose sit in the wrong position of the goggle padding letting moist air in. The mask is larger than the spectra covering more of your neck in the front and sides and stretches back farther. It also hugs your face unlike the spectra making it a smaller target, but is very comfortable.
The mask is thinner that spectra so it hurts more when you get shot in the face. The lense is also hard to take out. Only remove it when paint gets on the lense. It is also easily noticable because the color doesn't match the forest surroundings, especially on the pods. Also because of its large protection range, it may be uncomfortable when you try to turn your head too much.
JT made a very nice mask, but it is a shame that it is in the shadow of the Flex-7 and pro-shield models. Buyers should either buy The Spectra Thermal or the nForcer Thermal depending on their taste. The lesnes on these masks rarely fog and that's one of the most important features of a mask. If you want looks, neck protection, small target, and a mask that hugs your face comfortably get the nForcer Thermal. If you want camo, firmness, and mobility get the Spectra Thermal. Overall it is an awesome mask that is just as good as the Spectra series. I recommend either this mask or Specrta to any paintballer.