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Number of Reviews: 1
Average Rating: 8.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $46

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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!

Special OPS made big improvement to the pants for 2008! With new features like a new belt designs, and generous use of velcro enclosures on all pockets and the fly! We've also added cargo pockets to the pants and finally we've added 5 belt loops! Yep 5. Count em.

Features:

NEW Velcro Fly Enclosure
NEW Belt Design
NEW Cargo Pockets with Velcro Closure
NEW Velcro closures on all pockets both front and rear
NEW 5 belt loops.
Ultra breathable Mesh Material
600den Cordura Knees for durability


Note: This outfit is sized to be extra baggy to promote movement of air between the skin and fabric. Also the extra baggy fit permit's the wearer to more easily fit knee and elbow pads underneath the outfit. If you intend to wear elbow and knee pads outside of the outfit then we recommend buying a size down.
Product Availability 
The Special Ops Paintball Ultralite 7 Omnipat Pant is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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TippmannCCI Sunday, December 23rd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Other spec ops pants
Marker Setup: Tippmann 20th Anniversary Limited Edition
JCS Combat folding stock
Ricochet Apache
J&J Edge

CCI Phantom VSC
Gauged Rear Adapter
Strengths: Light
Breathable
Nice camo
5 loops
Durable
Weaknesses: Only one camo color
No padding
Review: Well i got these as an early Christmas present and used them for the first time last saturday. Let me just say these are great!
Pros-
LIGHT WEIGHT-
These are made out of the same stuff as football jerseys so it is very light.
DURABLE-
These things feel tough. I was crawling around on hard packed groung and they held together wonderfully. The knees are reinforced and look lke they will last a while
BREATHABLE-
The whole thing is covered in tiny little holes wich allow air to easily pass through. Even when there is no breeze i can feel air move through these as i run. From the knees up there is another layer to keep private things private.
Camo-
Unlike other Special ops camo this one is a little less distinct, allowing it to be used in more enviremonts. For a military brat like me this is nice because i Paintball in all sorts of enviremonts.
LOOPS-
Five loops as opposed to the usual three is a nice touch since these are pretty baggy. Belts can be worn better and the loops are good sized to accomodate most belts.
DURABLE-
This feels really tough. The knees are reinforced so thats good.

CONS-
ONLY ONE CAMO COLOR-
This only comes in woodland camo digi, so if you really very heavily on your camo and your not in a woodland enviroment this wont work out to well. However this can be used in a wider range of woods since the colors are very area specific.
NO PADDING-
While the knees are reinforced they are not padded, and that sucks. I think they did this to reduce weight and allow air to circulate better. It is still more comfortable then using the usual BDU or Jean pants.
Conclusion: This is an excellent product. I tried my best to give a detailed review, let me no if u have any disagreements, questions, or just want to let me know what a good job i did.
Rating:
8 out of 10Last edited on Friday, March 21st, 2008 at 6:59 pm PST
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