The Nexed Fusion pants for paintball blend comfort, durability, and a lightweight for comfort and mobility. They are equipped with a Velcro® adjustable waist and a drawstring waist and the sides are outfitted with 2 pockets for field accessories. The crotch features 4-way stretch material and the inner thighs are ventilated for added comfort in hot conditions.
The Nexed Fusion Pants are older, so while they may be available used and in a few cases new, they are not commonly available anymore.
Not that it matters:
2k2 Dark Angel (w/ space frame and magnetic trigger)
Egg II / Z'd
Light for summer play
Stretch material in crotch
Only available in black
No back pocket
These pants are very comfortable and durable. The light weight material is very breathable and airy in warm weather, but still keeps the chill out in the early spring. The knees are well designed to provide protection and strength for slides and playing from the knees. There are two front pockets that are deep and have "okay" velcro closures (there is one velcro tab in the middle of the pocket. It'll keep large items in, but small items can still fall out). The button waist and zipper fly are nice and clean. No fabric to get caught in the zipper. Provided on each leg are two pockets, one on the thigh and one on the calf, for squeegees. Nexed says that the one on the calf is for a straight shot, but I haven't tried that myself. I haven't lost any battle swabs, though from any of the four pockets.
The waist is adjustable by way of velcro, the whole back half of the waistband is the loop half of the system, with a large tab on either side of the waist having the hook half of the velcro. It is very comfortable, easy to use/adjust, exactly customizable, and removes the need for a belt (which means no buckle to break paint on).
The only thing that I think would be nice to see done w/ these pants is:
A) have a back , velcro-closed hip pocket
B) offer other colors
They look good, feel good, and are durable. For the price, I don't think they can be beat.
These and the Driven pants are the most comfortable paintball pants I've worn. Yeah they are only available in black but black goes with almost everything. I mostly use these pants as casual pants and defiantly good enough to use for paintball. I was really impressed on how cool they were in the HOT summers and still warm enough for me in the freezing temps. I usually do not wear full length pants in the summer, my body just doesn't like the heat, but with these they were baggy enough and breathable to be the best pants I've ever worn in the summer.
They are very baggy adding comfort for me since I like baggy pants. I wear a 34 waist jeans and size small fits great. I was surprised I needed a small.
I previously had Dye C4 pants but the padding added considerable weight to the pants and at 70 degrees I was getting too warm nonetheless to say in the 90+ temps I'd be dying. The Dye C4 pants are designed very good and look great also but too heavy + hot for me.
The only negative I have is the manufacturer is no longer in business making any NEXED pants very hard to find in the most common sizes.
Great pair of pants casual or paintball. Since they're not padded you'll have to add pads If you need/want them.
A little too thin
They make you look like an Oompa loompa
I used these for a couple of games and I got a few bounces but there are much better pants out there. now i have to do the 50 word minimum. I used these for a couple of games and I got a few bounces but there are much better pants out there.
They are ok but more money= better product (usually)
Some old 32 Degrees pants that were pretty much just jeans.
Black '05 Speed
92/45 Crossfire HP
Pretty nice pair of pants, they only cost me 30 dollars. They're really comfortable, especially when its hot out. The main problem i have with these pants is that the velcro on the hips is starting to come apart. The vented legs are an added bonus, and the elastic velcro waist lets you make the pants fit just the way you like 'em
Nice pants for the price, could be more durable though.
angel a4 fly with SS freak system, 04 macdev conguest, 4.0 software and force fly warranty.
Cheap, light weight, comfortable.
Not very padded, not very tough.
These were the first pair of paintball pants i ever bought. They work just fine. Comfortable, good fit, and very cheap. There is better stuff out there though. Because these pants dont have a lot of padding, so you don't catch as many bounces as you do off most other pants. in the six months ive had mine, the elastic cord in the bottom of my right leg has come out and some of the stitching up top in the groin area has unraveled and the nexed logos are almost completely gone. All the same i recommend these pants to anyone, especailly if your looking for something affordable. I have a pair of 2k3 empires and i just rotate those out with my nexed and it saves some wear and tear on both pairs of pants.
Like i said, they're not as good as other stuff out there, but for the price, they're fantastic. I recommend them to anyone.