The Redz 3.2 Dimension pack (my current favourite).
Also, the 1H/4V and the 2H/5V, the latter with four additional elastic loops.
All of the Redz products are superbly made. It takes a while to figure out which configuration is for you (and that can change on the type of game or filed position you're playing). All require and are compatible with the Redz comfort belt.
SFL with AA Messiah @ 300psi input. AA Armageddon 68ci 4500psi, no drop forward, set at 800psi.
Palmer Cocker same, except AA Vigilante @ 340psi input.
Lapco barrels (AS or BS depending on paint size). 12V Revies.
- First rate construction as usual from Redz
- Carries a lot of paint in a relatively narrow profile
- Current versions have additional elastic loops that retract out of sight, if you need to carry even more paint
- Great for the mid-field player in tournaments
- If you own a Redz belt already, you have to pay only for the pack. It conveniently velcroes onto the belt, totally solid connection.
- If you position the pack low enough so its easy to access the top Horizontal pouches, then the Vertical pouches are too low. If you raise the pack on your back, then the Horizontal pouches are hard to get at. I'd suggest this pack ,due to its vertical design, for a tall player.
- When I'm playing as a back or mid-field player, this pack is great due to its high paint-carrying capacity. But I play most often as a front player, so the smaller Redz packs (like the Dimension 3.2) is more appropriate for me.
- If you don't already own a Redz belt (which you'll need in order to use this pack), total price can be high.
- Don't even try throwing the pack in the washing machine. If you're foolish enough to throw this pack in with other clothes, the velcro will tear those clothes apart. Don't even machine wash it by itself - the velcro will still abrade the pack itself. So that means handwashing.
- Comment for Rec players who play in huge woods fields - Unlike the other Redz packs (their Dimension line), the openings of the pouches are not lined with plastic to help keep 'em open for reloading empty pods. It's more difficult to reload the pods on this pack then it is on their Dimension pack. Also, it's impossible to reload the elastic loops in mid-game, esp. when new. For tournament players on concept fields, reloading pods is irrelevant. For rec players who may play 24-hour scenario games in huge woods fields, it's not practical to drop the pods and attempt to retrieve them later.
Certain manufacturers in paintball are synonymous with quality. Redz is one of them. Sure, you pay a bit more for their products, but the quality pays for itself in the long run. So despite the high price (if you have to buy a belt), this pack is worth the dough.
It's great to be able to switch the Redz packs on the same belt. When I have to play mid or back, this is the pack that I choose from their line. Conversely, this is not an appropriate pack for a front player. Choose the Redz Dimension pack instead.
Reloading empties during mid-game is difficult, so this may not be a great choice for the rec player who likes Big Games in huge woods fields.
Due to its tall design, this pack may be more suitable for a taller player. Access to the pouches may be a bit awkward.
As usual, great product from Redz. For me personally, the Redz Dimension 3.2 pack is a better choice. But if I need to throw the paint as a back player, this is a great pack.
Can hold alot of paint and is very sturdy. Even with 840 balls it still feels pretty light.
Nothing really some people might say the price but i got mine (harness and belt) for only $45 bucks but it was used though. It is rocks!
I recommend this harness to anyone that has some money to blow. It might be kinda useless to a newby or someone that doesn't shoot that much paint, because then you would have to carry so much. It's a winner :)
I absoulotly love redz packs. this si by far the most comfortable pack i have ever used.
the price is pretty steep, but in thi scase, its worth it. i find that really this pack is larger thna i need, and i have a hard time reaching the horizontel tubes, so i usually do tot carry them. In all honesty, i would be happier with a 4-pack, since this rides a little lower than is really comfortable. however, if i begin playing 10-man, the possibility of the extra paint may be useful
this is a large pack, and really a little to tall to be totally comfortable for me to use it fully. however, if you need this many rounds, this si the pack for you. their is no addition to your profiel from the front, and is extremly comfortabel to wear for long periods.