It's possible to lose the foam strips that come with the ProFlex.
I used an olive and black Spectra for a while until I got my Sonix and a taste of hyperball. At that point I decided to get some gear that wouldn't leave me looking like an out of place woodsballer. I wanted googles that were very minimal so as not to hinder my movement, goggles that would give me good, clear vision and goggles that looked COOL. I chose the blue ProFlex goggles and got everything I wanted. It sits so light and close to my face that it's easy to forget I have them on. I have taken a couple face shots without any problems. The minimalism of the mask means that I might take a chin or neck shot someday but I bought a Game Face neck protector to protect my neck and am willing to risk a little pain of a chin shot. If I wasn't I would have bought some larger, more encompassing mask. For me, the ProFlex has been a good buy and I plan on using mine for a long time.
I recommend the ProFlex to anyone that wants a sporty, compact set of goggles. I also recommend supergluing those foam strips on so as not to lose them.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, February 6th, 2004 at 6:49 pm PST