Lets you carry as few as four or as many as six 150-round Podz in a vertical configuration, to the field. Additionally, there’s a center pouch that can securely hold up to a 114 ci air tank.
All Flex-Tech packs include a Velcro closure belt attached to the pack and a lumbar pad for extra comfort. Redz has overhauled many of the Flex-Tech packs, and has made them lighter and more functional than ever before.
The Redz Flex Tech Pack 414 is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Hold a lot of stuf if you work it right
It is hard to get one of the pod out but no big deel
I got this because I was starting to use up all the paint I could carry with my veiwloder. I put it on and thought it was really comfortable. once you have it on the there ain't nothing in this world that will make that thin move.
It is made realy well I have only had one tear and it was my own stupid fult.
The adjustability of this thing is sweet ther is like three places to adjust it to fit you waist.
I said that is could hold a lot of stuff if you work it right what I mean is well you cand hold six pod in places where you're supposed to put pods and you can stick another pod were the tank goes. I also carey my squeegy in the elastice strap.
great pod haller. But if you have mecanical marker I will defently be more paint then you'll ever need unless you lown paint out like I do.
kingman vs2, smart parts linear 16" barrel, remote line setup, redz 4+1 harness, too much more too list
Very detailed product
Can tell they put alot of time and work into it
Big strap in the front(awkward)
This harness is the best 4+1 i have ever tried. There is just so much detail put into it that it is amazing. Ive had this thing for three months and its not even showing the littlest wear, the thread has been gone over about 4 times so the velcro is very strong too. It is also much more comfortable than the nxe harness with lumbar support. But there are bads too, even though it took me quite a long time too think of them, they do exist. When you crouch the thick strap kind of gets in the way (you forget about it after a couple minutes) and it costs a bit more than the other 4+1 harnesses(but hey, you get what you pay for).
So just to sum it up, if you have the extra little bit of money to upgrade from the nxe, it is most definitely worth it.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 13th, 2007 at 12:44 pm PST
pods easy to get to
tank holder is nice
The belt is a little wide but thats just a prefference of mine.
i got this pack after my walmart one pretty much shredded out on the field one day. It was a 10 dollar pack so that was to be expected eventually. Its nice that it can hold 6 pods and a tank. once you put it on you have 2 more straps on the side that tighten it up some more to prevent it from wiggling really bad. it has a back support which will really help you if your in a tight spot and in an aqward position and straining your back.
this is a very good product and well worth the price. I got mine for 30$. this thing is built to last a life time of rec use. im giving it a 9 because no product is perfect and i dont really have anythign else to compare it from
Java 4+1 (OK, but narrow belt/clasp setup and horizontal pod pockets make for a bouncy run)
Java 6+1 (thinner material than their 4+1; a bit ultra-large)
Proline 4+1 (flimsy construction; no stiffeners on pod pockets) Crappy product.
MagSmith Paradigm Pro Automag X-valve with CP 2005 on/off ASA, CP rail and Smartparts Progressive and Proto Linear barrels
Vexor Eye - stock
Spyder TL-X with Lapco clamping feedneck and Smartparts Progressive barrel
Holds 6 pods.
Wide band is secure
Big tank pocket
Pod pocket stiffeners could be stronger
Won't fit 88/92 HPA tank with cover
I like this pack a lot. The super-wide Velcro belly band is very easy to put on for a secure fit.
It holds four 140-round pods, with elastic loops for two more, if needed. This brings the capacity up to a 6+1, without the big fat profile.
The pack will not bounce when running or gradually settle down on your waist.
The vertical pod layout makes for a narrow profile.
The pod pockets have stiffeners at the bottom, which makes for much easier reinsertion of pods after loading.
The only bad thing about this pack for me is it will not accept my Crossfire 92/4500 with the tank's neoprene cover on. Without the cover, the tank slips in securely, but you lose some protection. Redz should consider adding a half-inch to the tank pocket's inner diameter to fit the big tanks without compromise.
A 68 HPA tank with cover would fit fine. As it is, I may have to modify the tank pocket to fit my 92. Too bad.
Highly recommended. Many players that have seen me with this pack and tried it have bought one for themselves.
Tippmann A-5 with Response Trigger
Palmer 12 inch Brass Barrel
Lapco Snapshot Barrel .687
Pure Energy 68cu 4500 psi Compressed Air
SpecOps A-5A2 Stock
Kingman Java Remote Coil
TechT Vortex Mod
JCS Redhot Powertube/ Hexadecagonal bolt
Durable, COMFORTABLE, easy to adjust, holds enough paint, pods drop out easily.
Can't think of any, sorry.
I got this as an upgrade for my little 2 pod harness a while ago, and have loved it ever since. It has survived crawling in dirt, being dropped COUNTLESS times, and been through tons of games.
The front is just one big velcro strap, easy to tighten. Theres also two elastic velcro pieces on the sides which can help once you've gotten it mostly on for a bit of a tighter fit. The padding in the back makes this thing a joy to wear, you BARELY even feel 4 pods and a 68/4500 on your back. I don't think I'll ever get another pod pack, though I might get a tactical vest some time in the future.
I have never had a pod drop out when the velcro holding it was fully on. The pods face downwards, and you just unstrap the velcro and the pod almost drops into your hand. Maneuvering the pod back into it's holder when you've loaded your hopper is really easy, no twisting your back or anything, just slide it right in and push the velcro up. If you really need to pack extra paint, two elastic pod holders are included, but they are pretty stiff, it takes a LONG time to put your pod back in once your done. I use them for water bottles and such.
I haven't washed mine yet, and it's covered in dirt, grime and paint, and works just as well as when I got it. I can't think of any complaints for a 35 dollar pod pack. I haven't used an NXe to compare it to, but from what I hear, this is better. Can't imagine how any 4+1 could get better than this.
And just in case anyone was wondering, the thick pad does NOT get in the way unless you're a little kid. I'm 5'7 and I have NEVER had a problem with crouching while using this, or moving around. It doesn't hinder my movement whatsoever, merely helps because I don't feel the weight on my back.
Great pod pack, well worth the price, durable, COMFORTABLE, pods drop out easily... For $35, it's a great choice. Definitely deserves a 10.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, March 24th, 2007 at 6:48 pm PST