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chasden Thursday, February 19th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
2 years
More than 5 years
Products Used:
JT Spectra, and various crappy field rental masks.
Marker Setup: Not that it matters, but I shoot a pimped out e-Orracle.
Strengths: Extremely comfortable, doesn't fog, looks great, low profile and breathes well.
Weaknesses: Changing lens can be a pain.
Review: I bought this mask nearly two years ago, and have never looked back. By far, this is the best mask I have ever owned. First off the Chameleon Proteus is extremely comfortable to wear. The mask covers just enough of my face, and the visor (which I wear) takes care of my forehead. This mask has good venting, breathes well, and hardly ever fogs--when it's freezing or boiling out--especially with the Vortex goggle fan (optional accessory). Changing lens is just the same as it is for the whole Spectra line, not too difficult, but kind of a pain in the ass. And, last but not least, this is one of the best looking low profile masks out there. I have the gold Chameleon and I think it has the bling bling factor needed for representing on the speedball court, yet the color is subtle enough to work well in the woods as well.
Conclusion: JT makes some excellent products, most notably masks, and the Proteus is the best they make. Priced better than other high-end, low profile masks, like the Dye Invision or the V-Force Profiler, this mask is a great value for the money.
9 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, February 19th, 2004 at 7:01 pm PST

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