*02 WGP autococker (blue)
- STO RAM
- Shocktech bomb 2-way
- dead on pro products drop
- kapp pressure gauge
- J&J 2-piece barrel
- Hinge Trigger frame with as short of a trigger pull as I could get it
- Dye back block/ bolt combo
*03' WGP Sniper
- ghetto-old 5" drop forward
- 8in. Freak Barrel
- Black Ice inline reg
* Kingman Hammer
- Trracer grip frame
- duct tape
- electrical tape
- a lil' bit of magic
these are the only paintball pants ive owned- and im very pleased with them. they arent too warm to me, although I can't tell a difference after 3 hours outdoors. If you ever forget your pack at home, youve got those nifty loops on the back to hold 2 pods. These things are VERY tough and they have no signs of tears yet, after 6 months of extensive use.
great paintball pants. I havent found a pair i'd rather have.
ANS GX3 Chaos Cocker Green/Black Fade, OTP Dream barrel 14", G3 71ci, 4500psi with a System X Drop Forward, 12V Revy X-Board.
Pod loops on back
Rather warm despite the cooling vents
I got these at the Ultimate Madness III. My JT pants were ripped off at the knee and I needed some durable pants for playing and reffing night games. Mine are the bright gecko green, perfect for night play. They're suh-weet, but like I said they are a little warm. They have vents inside the thighs but the don't dispel a lot of heat, but do cool them down a little more. I got them at Half price at the Ultimate III for $50.00, so I'm very happy with them. I asked Chris Remuzzi (Bad Company), at the tourney about the pants... He was wearing some like them. He said they were the most durable pants he'd ever worn, and had played for several seasons with no rips or tears yet... I was sold on them at that point.
Buy these pants, if you go to a tournament where Raven has a booth, you can probably get them cheaper than the $100.00 MSRP. If you want style and durability, these pants have it all in one package!
Phantom VSC-45 in silver w/ 11" barrel and a stock. On the way now... 14" nickel CCI barrel and Palmer Side-Line Stabalizer and 1200 PSI Micro Gauge (for the whole that I drilled and tapped in the back, just like the Carter. Pretty sweet)
Next is going to be either a base IR3 or most likely a Bonebrake Bushy. Dan is the man.
Sinch downs on the ankles.
These pants are pretty sweet, but I don't like the fact that it is impossible to move the damn nylon and velcro straps at the bottom to sinch down the pants at the ankles, and the pants are stiff. I do like the fact that they cost only about 2/3rds what they used to cost.
Test the nylon straps at the bottom and make sure the move well, if they do then take the pants and beat the stiffness out of them. Then they will be great. And for around $65 now they aren't so bad on the wallet.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, April 15th, 2003 at 1:49 am PST
14'' sm-1 barrel
clear 12v revy
comfortable, many pockets, hold two pods
too stiff and baggy
These are very comfortable and are very reliable. they don't hurt as much when getting shot in the legs and have two loop strap to hold two pods. They are kinda baggy but i don't mind. they look nice and have belt loops also if you need to use a belt. These pants also have velcro straps at the bottom so you can shorten it and close it too keep it on tight and less baggy.
i recommend these. they're great but range pretty expensive$$$. I got mines for cheap so just look around and you'll find some. Buy it and be happy with them. They're worth every damn penny. : D
68/4500 psi pure energy fiber wrap tank
Shocktech drop forward
Drop zone on off
12v rev w/xboard
comfortable, really comfortable,
ventilate well, they actually breath its amazing!!!
leg cuffs they dont drag at the bottom
lots of pockets
expensive, i had trouble forking out 100 bucks for a pair of pants, but they are nice
They dont come in black, green blue red and grey but not black
they are probally the nicest pants ive ever had but the price isnt worth it, i would rather get dye core they have more pads and are 40 bucks cheaper i mean come on please 100 bucks for pants , i could buy a new jersey and pants for that, so i gave them a 6 cause of the price
Strong, Two Pod Holders Included, Zippers For Your N*ts To Breath, Cup Built In
I Have Had These Pants For Over 3 Years Now. No Signs Of Tearing Or Loss Of Color At All. Pant Has Loops For A Belt. Has Built In Pod Holders (2) On The Back. Very Protective For Your Knees And Has A Built In Cup. Pockets Are Pretty Deep.
-JT Team pants, they protect the knees better, but everywhere else has little padding, I prefer my Raven.
-Spyder Sonix '06
-AIM 4 Pc. barrel kit
-Warrior paintball clamping feedneck
-20 OZ CO2
-Look Freakin' Awesome
-Cheaper now than most high-dollar pants.
I love these pants, I've been shot and should have walked away with my voice an octave higher (if you know what I mean). I didn't even know I had been hit there until after the game was over. I've played and gone through thorns and other grabby-teary things and come out with absolutely no tears (I mean, come on, these pants are made of the stuff your seat belt is).
Spyder Pilot, Halo TSA loader, Pure Energy 68ci n2 tank, some cheep futureball barrell , and some other junk
I got these for twenty bucks on the internet, and they are usilly priced at one hundred dollars. They came in my favorite color, red, and are a great fit. the only problem is that they are kind of long and baggy (but i like it that way). So the first time i used them i thought theyed be to heavy and stiff, but they feel really good. Also no rips and tears at all after a few days on the feild. Also theve got pod holders and vents for hot days.
These are soo cool, if you can afford them buy them now. Its a nine because there expensive and stiff.
Very Durable!!!! The ventilation is very nice and they look very good.
They get warm when you sit. need to walk around to get air in them.
I had some nexed pants before but they ripped so I decided to spend some money to get a nice set of pants. These are great. When you walk around or are playing the air rushes in and cools them right off. They also look good and are durable. Beware though if you buy them buy it 1-2 sizes big. I can fit into size 31 waist pants and ordered a 32 and could not fit into them I returned them and 34's fit better.
I would definetly consider these they are great pants. I am givin it a nine because if you are sittling down they tend to wark up.
does it really matter these are pants i am reviewing not like a barrel
venting is nice when moving, good padding, fits snug (i am skinny)
PRICE....PRICE....warm when sitting....PRICE
these are nice pants that are vented very nicely.....BUT THEY COST $100....I COULD BUY A NEW MARKER FOR $100 (a bad new marker though)....i guess they are nice pants but i sold mine on ebay for $120 and some one bid $200....ya they one and i earnd $100 on used pants...i guess you could sell them to gain $$$ if u lucky
nice pants but any pants arn'e worth 100 bucks!!!!
the only reason i degrade these pants are that they cost way too much $$$$$ (if u dont know already) i give these pant a below average 6 out of 10