Gain the edge on your opponent by keeping cool. When summer is in full swing, and temperatures are rising, while the other guys complain about "sweat-crack," you'll be enjoying the lite weight football mesh construction of the new Fusion Ultralite. Ultralite weight combined with 600den. Digi Camo Cordura Padded knees and elbows... this bad boy's all that and a bag of chips!
The Special Ops Paintball UltraLight Fusion Pant is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Tippmann 98 Custom
Tippmann Drop Foward
98 Custom Cyclone Feed
Tippmann Double Trigger
Tippmann Camo F/X Kit
12 in. CMI Thunder Pig Barrel
Pure Energy 3000 PSI Compressed Air Tank
Pweet digital camo pattern
It only has 3 belt loops
Ive been usen these pants for a while now and im looking to get the jersey real soon, and i must say there probobaly the greatest investment i put toward paintball. Cuz now i dont sweat like a wildabeast in the hot summer weather, and the best part is the sweet digi camo pattern. Its 80x more effective than traditional woodland.
if you dont wanna sweat like a wildabeast like my freinds in there BDU's do id suggest to get these amazing pants
Special Ops Marauder 2 pants
Traditional cotton or poly-cotton BDU pants
Tippmann A-5 with E-Grip
Dead On Products Delrin front bolt and power tube
Empire 7-pc barrel kit
Opsgear G36 folding stock
Ricochet R-5 hopper
Dye Throttle 70CI 4500PSI HPA tank
Cool and comfortable!
Stylish and functional
Only three belt loops!
Camo on Cordura knees doesn't match
In additon to ACUs, MCCUUs, and BDUs, my camo collection includes items from all three lines marketed by Special Ops: Fusion Battle, Marauder, and Fusion Ultralite. The Fustion Battle jersey/pants are tournament-style performance wear in woodsball camouflage. The Maurauders are an affordable, lightweight alternative to BDUs that give you a performance fit while retaining many tactical features. The Ultralites are designed for one purpose -- to keep you cool!
The Ultralite material is a football jersey-style mesh available in Special Ops' own "jungle stalker" digital woodland pattern and (as of this month) ACUPat. Jungle stalker works quite well in many climates during the warm months where foliage is green and thick, when you're looking for lightweight paintball clothes. They are fully lined, but I guarantee they are as BREEZY as Special Ops claims.
The Ultralite pants are actually slightly better made than the Maurauder, even though they are slimpler in their design. They have squeegee pockets and double knees, but no facility for knee pads, so you have to wear either tactical pads over the crinkly nylon material or (better) wear your speedball pads underneath if you want protection. The pants run smaller than the Fusions or the Marauders; I ordered a size Large instead of a Medium to get a comparable fit. They are plenty long though, and they have simple drawstring ribbons at the cuff insead of buckle adjusters like on the Marauders.
The weirdest thing about them -- like all Special Ops pants -- is that they only have three fragile-looking belt loops widely spaced around the waistband. I like to wear a belt with these pants, and I find myself wishing Special Ops would put at least 5 (if not 7) loops on these pants. The camo on the knees stands out from the legs a little, but it's not too bad.
Definitely worth the money, these pants, while not perfect, are unique among performance paintball wear.
Pants fad when washed
Stitching in general comes out
3 belt loops (???)
Ok pants, very light and breathable pants, which you will thank during summer play. However, the durability of these pants bring down my rating on these pants. Special Ops was on the right track but the quality was lost somewhere. Both pant pockets, the stitching came out at the bottom. The pants will fad if you do not turn them inside out when washed.
For $46.00 for summer paintball pants, and the only one that I know in the market that makes these, 5+, for woodsball 2+, but the quality 0+ points.
NEW cargo pockets
Waist requires no belt.
Slippery material means you can drop stuff out of pockets
Only 3 belt loops
I got these about 3 months ago since I already had the jersey. A major complaint that I have heard is only having 3 belt loops. This can be a problem but the waist has a cool tightening system that requires no belt. The camo pattern is very effective especially at close range. This camo draws many looks at the field because its just so cool looking.
If you are needing a very breathable camo that is also very effective then this is for you.
smart parts linear 14" (old)
smart parts all american 14"
pro team 4 position commando fx stock
m4 riser mount
30mm red dot sight
32 degrees remote coil
pure energy 72ci 3000psi HPA
I boutght these because I needed some new camo gear, but I really didnt want more BDU's / expensive camo gear.
I first saw the price of these (and the shirt, can't remember the price) and immediatley ordered these from spec ops.
They are very light, football mesh for very good breathability and comfort. These pants feel good and are nice and soft, I could wear them around the house all day.
The ultralight fusion pants also have reinforced knees, and large pockets, as well as a long skinny squeegee pocket. There is no real padding or protection on these pants, so slider shorts / pants would be a good idea.