The Freestyle Packs from 32 Degrees are designed for aggressive players who need freedom of movement as well as versatility in a pack. Each pack has velcro closure flaps to hold tubes and additional neoprene sleeves in between to hold additional tubes when needed. These packs are designed to fit within the small of your back to keep your target profile low. A side benefit of this design is that as opposed to other bulky or cumbersome packs this one feels as if it is a part of you. It doesn't get in your way or restrict your range of motion. The belts used these packs are sold separately so that you can find a size that is a perfect match for you.
The 32 Degrees Freestyle Pack 3.2 is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
2005 MacDev Sonic Cyborg, Halo B Loader with Delrin Drive Cone, Check it Uni-Mount, Crossfire 45/4500 with NXE cover
*Holds Extra Paint
I purchased this pack because the other pack I owned held far too little paint and had a thin belt that caused the pack to slide around when I moved. This pack however is great. The belt on it fits really well, so it does not move around at all. This pack is extremely comfortable, you some times forget you have it on. The pods are held tight in the holsters and will not open unexpectedly due to the straps that cover the lids on the pods. When you need access to the pods, just release the velcro straps and the pods slide out with little to no effort. There are also two elastic holders between the three pod holders to hold two more pods. The belt is sold seperately so you can get one to fit you perfectly instead of the one-size fits all belts sold by other companies. This pack is a great pack at a great price. Buy one, you like it.
Excellent pack. Holds enough paint for a front to middle player. If you are a back player, just get the larger versions of this pack. The quality is outstanding, the fit is great, and the price is fair for a pack of this quality. Get it.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, August 19th, 2005 at 9:09 pm PST
COMING SOON--------------->Silver SFT Shocker
Halo B w/ Rip and V35
Great for beginners
The stupid 2 part. The elastic is a SOB to stretch. It slides
i bought this pack when i first started playing. It was a good one to start out with. I didnt break the bank buying it and it holds a lot of paint. Whether playing Rec or Speedball it can quench your thirst for paint.
If your starting to play paintball (rec or speedball) get this. But as soon as you start playing competively get a different one. EX) Empire, NXE, SP, etc
Good-Good beginner pack, 3+2, cheap,
Bad-Slides, elastic sucks, 3+2 (yes i know its a good part aswell)
nxe elavation series, dye c5, smart parts sprint pack
smart parts ion white w/ max flo micro, 14 progressive, qlock, halo b red
Needs pod ejection
When i first started speedball, I was looking for nothing fancy. I wanted something that worked well. When i first looked at some packs, they looked nice, but were out of my price range. Then i saw this. It was priced well, looked good, and came with pods. I bought it then and I also bought and ion. The ion worked great, but being new to the speed, i shot a lot of paint. Using this pod pack saved my a**, and got me killed. The amount of paint it could hold was pretty decent, and pods just fell right out of the pack. the problem was when I was playing snake, it was like a white sheet of paper on a black wall. In other words, I was just asking to get hit. It worked well unitl I started playing tourneys. Tournaments are everything (especially when you are the dominant local team) so i am now looking to upgrade to a c5, elavation series nxe pack, or sp sprint pack (all which i have tried).
Great pack for begginers, but if you are more serious, look for a better pack.
Decent amount of paint that can be carried
Hard to put pods in the 2 part of the pack whatever its called
Well I got this pack as a gift...er sorta, my cousin had an extra one lying around so I asked if I could have it so viola. At first i didnt plan to keep it for long thinking it was 32 degrees. But i wore it and i was like danng its pretty comfy, ( btw these were and still are my first pack) so since they were my first actual pods, i tightened the velcro as tight as it can go yeah i dunno why i did that caused me to have a stomach ache but anyways i loosened em up and they fit fine. It can fit 3 +2 pods, the first 3 pods were easy to put in but the other 2 were a pain in the butt, i think its cuz the stretchy stuff is still pretty new, since i never use it, it literally takes 30seconds to a minute to put one pod in the strechy part so i recommend you dont put any pods there. but other than that 3 pods of 140-150 balls(420-450 balls) is a decent amount of paint for me. i play speedball btw i can last about 2 -3 games with 3 pods and a hopper.
I totally recommend this as a cheap alternative to beginers, intermediate or veterans of the game. As long as you have something to hold some paint ya know?
Red to Black fade PM5
Phat mini drop
Proto 2 piece
Red Halo B
45/45 Pure Energy
doesn't move all around
n\Not pod ejection
Just a good pack. I didn't like the fact that there is no pod ejection system. But, when i do undo a strap, it is pretty easy to slide out the pod. Not bad at all. When running to diving and sliding, the pack stays right where it started, it doesn't move around or any stupid stuff. One of the nitpicks i have with this pack, is with some dye lock lids that i used. THe strap held it in place BARELY. There was probably only a quarter inch of velcro until the pod would fall out. I tend to stock to fat boy pods.
NOt bad. Keep it up. Only a 9 because of locklids, and pod ejection.
-CP Roller Mag Trigger
-Pure Energy 68/45
-Ease of pod extraction
-Multiple belt sizes
-Belt is a bit to wide
great product, very happy with it. got it on sale too, $30 with the belt :D
the pack is very comfortable, and it has different belt sizes so that it will fit lepricahn sized guys like me, or big fellas. my last pack didnt adjust to a small enough size so it jiggled when i ran, no such jigglin here. the belt is really wide, which is both good and bad. its good because it is comfortable and wont move, bad becasue it makes it hard to bend down depending on how high you wear it on your waist. the weight of the pods is also distributed evenly.
its great for front guys because all of your pods are in the small of your back, nothing sticking out to get hit. getting pods out is easy, just a flick of the wrist and the pod comes out more or less by itself. the guppys held by elastic are a little harder to get out (still easy though) becasue the elastic is pretty tight, but that keeps them from falling out. the down motion for extracting the pods keeps your elbows in, no more chikin wing shots.
its well built too, good stitching and no thread tags. materials feel durable.
Great pack. there are versions for multiple paint capacities, so its great for everybody. i give this my full unconditional recomendation.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, July 9th, 2006 at 7:28 pm PST
Redz Comfort Packs, Other 32° Packs, Proline Packs, Unique Packs
Custom 98 w/ upgrades
Durable, Affordable, Overall excellent product
Lack of colors (Blue, Black, Grey)?
I have been playing paintball for close to 10 years now and I have played with many different packs over the years. I bought this pack about 2 years ago and I absolutely love it. It is extremely durable and keeps my pods very secure. The pack is pretty small/tight which keeps it tucked away on my back so that I can get close to bunkers.
The harness is basically 3 pods down and 2 two pods in the elastic sleeves between the main pods, in case you were wondering.
I mostly play tournament play and it has held up great. I also play some recreational woodsball with friends of mine and these games can last a while (we play in a very large, dense wooded area). The pack has been very comfortable for those long periods of time.
This pack is also very affordable. Between the pack and the belt (sold seperately of course) my total came to about $35. Not bad at all and actually the last time I saw (a few days ago online) these packs were only like $10. So, you can't beat the price.
This has been an overall great pack. Not quite as comfortable as a Redz pack, but pretty close. The pack has held up well and it is cheaper (in price only) than most packs that are similar to it. I highly recommend this pack!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, December 23rd, 2008 at 12:16 pm PST
GTA Double Trigger
Dead On X-Core 8-stage
Full Boar Shadow
Empire 16" Twister
12v Revvy (it gots stickers on it)
Holds good amount of paint
Belt is bulky
I bought this harness a while back. It does a good job serving its purpose. The belt is a bit bulkier than i like and can restrict breathing if the belt is really tight, but then again what wouldnt if it was tight. Great harness for middle players, and u want to play front just dont use all the pod holders. The price is very good too
Great product, definately helps move paint and what not
NO JOKES PPL
First)Gun Pirahna BL no upgrade basic 20 oz.
Second)Boss cant really explain cp easy fit fore grip.
Third)Automag (yeah baby) 68 classic 32 degrees bottom line
Fourth)I now have a Ion with a dye 14"ultralite barrel cp on/off impy flatline trigger clamp neck Wgp 3000psi 50ci air system dye stickies and QEV
Doesnt come with belt
Velcro rips threads on jerseys
This Pod belt is extremely comfortable. The reason I like it is because I never dropped paint.............NEVER. Amazing huh? gets better. Pulling your pods out is extremely easy. The straps hold the pods down so you wont lose your paint or your head. Two wrap arounds on belt so it keeps the pods firm and comfortable. So why not buy one? There cheap, Firm and reliable.
All in all this belt is great go get one.
This pack is the best pack I've ever used. I love verticle packs and this one is sweet. The pods stay secure in the harness and do not move around and slide right out when you undo the velcro to take one out. This harness also has 2 loops to hold an additional 2 pods and when the pods have been used, the loops condense to reduce your profile during the game. This pack is also unbelievably comfortable that you forget that you're wearing it.
I recommend this pack to anybody looking for a good secure pod harness that is tourney level at a recball price.