Spyder Victor II, Lapco Feed Neck, Smart Parts Linear Barrel 14", 20oz. Co2 Tank, VL Quantum Loader with On Demand Kit
Durable, Cool Design, Nice Color, Good Sliders
Could Use Knee Padding and more Crotch Padding
Overall these are great pants. They are great for sliding on grass or turf. They look really cool and have great colors for woodsball and speedball. They don't have a lot of crotch padding but I have never been shot there (every where else though) They don't have squeege pockets but if you have a folding one they have pockets on the side and two front zipper pockets which are great for barrel sleeves, plugs, or 12 g Co2 cartriges.
These are great. If you don't want to spend a lot on pants I got them for $22 on Ebay.
empire invert is way better...thats what i use now
ion shoctech feedneck, new designs qev, blade trigger, empire on/off with srail, empire eleven piece barrel kit, 47c 3000 pure energy tank with redz cover
Their great to slide in
The drawstrings are to friggin long
no squeegee pocket
These pants are awesom, they are the first pair of paintball pants that i have owned.
They serve me well and with their durability i can slide without worry.
Their also pretty easy to clean without washing them. The best thing is they are thirty two degrees and they match my jersey perfectly, i love them.
Their pretty nice exept that they dont have a squeegee pocket
or shorter draw strings.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, August 15th, 2006 at 6:33 pm PST
Not enough pockets for some people
I bought these as my first paintball pants. I've had them for a good while now and they still look great. They are very nice to slide in, but have no padding. The venting is basically two small holes in the groin area and after playing back to back games your legs will start to really sweat. They are low end pants and I'd still recomend for cheap pants. I still use them for rec ball, because of the dark colors and huge pockets.
Over all I'm happy with the purchase although they are out dated now a days with basically all pants coming with padding.
They are good for sliding, looks kinda cool and they were cheep.
Not a whole lot of padding.
These pants are really good they help me slide that extra foot that u need sometimes and they are just over all cool ill give them a 10 because they have lasted a year and nothing has happened besides the fading around my lower legs but thats from all the paint...duh. They were also really cheap i got them for 20 dollars at the field so what a good deal.
Cheaper than other pants but if you are looking for more padding then look else wear.
I bought these pants for rec ball and practice and they serve there purpose well. Other then no padding on the knees, and maybe a little more ventilation, these pants are great for the price. I bought mine from my local paintball shop for 40$. They haven't ripped on me yet (surprise). They could use 1 or 2 more pockets but other then that they haven't failed. For the price you really can't beat the quality.