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Sly Sly Profit Series Mask
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Number of Reviews: 7
Average Rating: 9.7 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $90

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The Sly Profit mask has a ton of great features that make this one of the best paintball masks on the market. To start with, the Sly Profit paintball mask has two goggle bands which gives you optimal comfort and will keep the mask right on your face in even the craziest situations.

The dual pane thermal lens of the Sly Profit mask is very easy to pop in or to take out. Sly has made a variety of different lenses and colors for their Profit series mask including the ever popular tinted and gradient fade lenses.

The Sly Profit mask has a flex bottom which will give you crucial bounces in those tough games. The Ear pieces of the Sly Profit paintball mask are using brand new technology and are more comfortable than any other mask.

The Soft ear pieces of the Sly Profit mask suck right into your ear and give the mask a very unique and comfortable feel. Overall this looks like a great mask for anyone who is looking to really step up their game and have every possible advantage against your competition.

Included in the Sly Mask Kit:
- Sly Profit Paintball Mask
- Gradient Tinted Thermal Lens
- Velour Mask Bag
- Mask Storage Container
- Free Stickers
- Manual/Instruction Booklet

The Sly Profit paintball mask has the option of 4 different easily interchangeable lenses.

- The stock lens in the Sly Profit Mask is a gradient fade. This is great for most outdoor conditions as the smoke top half absorbs a lot of the sun light and the clear bottom help you to see ahead.

- There is a standard Clear thermal lens available for low light conditions or indoor play.

- The Sly Profit also has a standard Amber lens available. Sly Recommends the Amber lens for both indoor as well as any type of night play.

- Also available for the new Sly Profit Paintball mask is the Gradient Chrome Fade Lens. The Chrome fade is very unique and is one of the best looking lenses for any paintball mask.

Place your Order for the Sly Profit mask today and be surprised with the great quality of this very comfortable mask.
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The Sly Sly Profit Series Mask is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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g3freak Saturday, May 1st, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month13 of 15 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Dye I3 Pro
Proto Axis Pro
JT Proflex
Marker Setup: Dangerous Power g3, TechT L7 bolt engine, Virtue OLED Board, Dye Ultralite 14" Barrell
Empire Prophecy Hopper, Pure Energy 68/4500 tank
Strengths: 2 Adjustment Straps
Easy Breakdown
Extremely Comfortable
Easy to Hear
Weaknesses: Chin Strap gets in the way
Doesn't cover the bottom of your jaw
Review: I just bought this mask and from the beginning thought it was a good mask. The ears have got padding covered in some kind of velvet which makes wearing the mask extremely comfortable, Removing the lenses takes less than 10 seconds, so replacing them makes it easy. My favorite part is using the 2 adjustment straps, If you pull one a little upward and leave the other one exactly where it is, the mask will never move, especially when diving or sliding
Conclusion: I highly recommend using this mask if you are looking for a new goggle system. You can't beat the price either for what you get.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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ARON504 Monday, January 17th, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
3 months13 of 16 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
JT Flex 7, JT Flex 8, Empire Avatar, Empire E-Vent, Dye i3, Dye i4, Save Phace, Proto Axis.
JT & Empire are the two brands I have used and recommened in my 10+ years of playing.
Marker Setup: Tippmann X7 Phenom
-SCAR Stock
-SCAR Shroud
-SCAR Front/Rear Sight
-Tippmann M-16 Straight MagWell
-Optics Grip w/ Bipod
-Hammerhead Mofo 12" Barrel w/ 2.5" Snaggle Tooth Muzzle
-Ninja Air 70ci / 4500psi
-Tech T Complete Internal Upgrade
Strengths: -NO FOG
-NO BOUNCE
-Visibility
-Extremely Breathable
-Excellent Padding
-Great Protection
Weaknesses: As of the moment, I have no problems or concerns about this product.
Review: My review of this product consist of 3 sections:

FIRST IMPRESSION
-My first impression of this product when it came in the mail was the sleek, cool design of the "drum" looking box. After taking it out the box, I noticed that the mask already comes in a velvet bag for protection. This bag has a great feel to it, and will definately keep dirt and debris off your mask, as well as keeping the lenses from getting scratched. Out of the bag, this mask has such a "futuristic" look to it. Almost like a cross between the Dye i4 and the Empire E-vent. I especially love the look of the double strap. Looks very promising for secured fit.

FIRST WEAR
-My first time wearing this mask was around the house for about an hour. The very first thing you will notice, (or at least I did), is when you put this mask on your head/face, the padding of the ears is thick & comfortable. The padding around the lenses allows for easy fit over glasses and provides a "real seal" to your face to keep moisture out of your lenses area. The dual-strap system on the back really allows you to whip your head and run full speed without worry of your mask slipping down your face or bouncing around on your head. Next thing is the venting. Even after an hour of wearing it on my head without taking it off and doing all of my normal activities, it was like nothing was blocking my breathing. I AM REALLY IMPRESSED!!!!!

FIRST PLAY-TIME
-First time playing with this mask, I was a little hesitant on the actual elements and stress my body, as well as the mask would go through. I had no issues hearing my team-mates or them hearing me. I didn't fog my lense on any match, and that is great considering the cold, moist air we were playing in. COLD + MOISTURE = FOG. This mask has absolutly snuffed any worries about fogging under elemental stress. I also took a couple shots to the face as a brave warrior. No paint on my face from the paintb splatter & no impact feel from the paintball.
Conclusion: My final recommendation of this product is that I am willing to support & recommend this product to every other player I know and will meet. I have also recommend this product to my local distributor and they are now going to start supplying this product. This product in my opinion will become one of the defining mask of the new era of paintball. Watch out for other companies following their footsteps with the dual-strap system.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, January 17th, 2011 at 9:20 am PST
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Squilliam Wednesday, October 6th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month7 of 7 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
JT Flex 8
JT Proflex
Marker Setup: 2008 Bob Long Protege
Vice Pillo Bolt
Shock Tec ASA
09 Flash on Board
Vlocity w/ Gangstar 2 Chip
45/4500 Dye Throttle

Strengths: Padding, Lens change out, double straps, bounce on mask, ear foam, ventilation, breathing
Weaknesses: Chin strap
Review: I recently received my new pair of Sly Profits and did 2 day shipping because I knew we had practice today. The box is very nice, kinda like a little drum. The microfiber/ valor bag is super soft. First thing I did was take the lens out to take off the pastic and I am very pleased hows easily the lens comes out. Putting them back in is just as easy. Put my sandana on, then the mask. Wow I was shocked how comfortable it was on me. Light, the dual straps really do help and can tell a difference then a mask with just one strap. The ears are very soft, no hard or uncomfortable areas. I did notice a little bit of dimming of noise but got used to it fast and really is not an issue. Playing indoors for 4 hours, not a bit of fog, stayed on my head the whole time, never shifted. I am pleased on how the mask fits on my head (7 3/8 hat size and average head size).
Conclusion: I highly recommend to buy these, woods ball, indoors, ect. No fogging what so ever.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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rebels17 Tuesday, January 25th, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
3 months4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
e vents
Marker Setup: Invert Mini Gen 3
Empire Magna Drive
Sly Pro Merc Diesel 14" two piece barrel
Crossfire HPA
Strengths: Comfort
Vision
Venting
Assembly
Looks
Weaknesses: Minor Hearing Issue
Price a little steep
Review: The mask looks great and feels great. The ears are lined with a velvet material which add great comfort but hinders your hearing ability a little. It is easy to take apart and clean. It has tons of venting which make breathing easier. The price is a little steep but in the long run it is worth it. I have seen people complaining about the chin strap and it is removeable.
Conclusion: I would definately reccomend this mask to anybody.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, January 25th, 2011 at 4:01 pm PST
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bobrow15 Saturday, January 8th, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month4 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Just cheap Walmart masks,but they don't compare in any way.
Marker Setup: Air Gun Designs UL Mag
Stiffi MF Barrel
Empire Magna hopper with rip drive
Strengths: Will not fog
Insanely comfortable

Great field of vision
Weaknesses: Doesn't cover all of my lower jaw......... still worth it
Review: Finally got to try them out today and they live up to every bit of hype.

-You can breathe right on the lenses and it wont fog. It was a wet day on the field and lots of people were fogging.

-The velvet on the mask makes it so comfortable that i forgot it was still on.

- The mask will not impair your hearing or your ability to talk.

- Even with the mask on you get great vision both out the sides and up and down.

- The dual straps make the mask very secure, the first thing i did was take off the stupid chin strap (it took about 2 seconds) but even without them the mask stays in one place the whole time.

- It does leave a little bit of my jaw showing if iam talking but to get a light mask you have to make some sacrifices and i would be amazed if i ever got shot there anyways.

Conclusion: They cost more than my first paintball gun but they are worth every cent.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Friday, January 28th, 2011 at 4:37 pm PST
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cougywogums Thursday, August 26th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
6 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Dye i3
Marker Setup: karnivor
aka sidewinder
cp asa
ccm nopro feedneck
mq2 valve
sly carbon fiber grips
samurai trigger
orange bolt
deadlywinds barrel
Strengths: Very comfortable, light weight, well fitting, great lens, and very easy to clean.
Weaknesses: The paint on the mask seems to come off easy.
Review: I bought a limited edition sly profit and I just love it, it's really comfortable and easy to see out of. it's also very simple to clean, I just love this mask. The only thing is though that the paint on it seem to chip and come of easy, I'm really good with my mask and I clean it right after the end of any day I play paintball with a microfiber cloth, but on edges the paint seems to ware down easily not alot just a little bit. Also I noticed that if some paint from certain paintballs stays on it fro a couple hours it corrodes the paint on the mask under it and it comes off when I clean any paint that gets on it after any game and i haven't had any problems with paint coming off after that, and it only a little came off so it's not much of a problem.
Conclusion: overall great mask I just love it, just requires more care.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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Pocho86 Thursday, November 17th, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
JT Masks, Dye I4
Marker Setup: Ego 11 w Dye Rotor w 68/4500 CrossFire

PMR w ReloaderB w 68/4500 CrossFire
Strengths: Ridiculously Comfortable
Great Field Of Vision
Sleek and Cool
No Fog
Thermal Lense
Weaknesses: No Real Legit Weakness
Review: The accent color around the lens (Blue Red etc) seems to chip off after time, but it doesn't affect performance. For me as long as it doesn't affect my performance (restriction) and I own you, you make as much fun as you want about my mask as you want but I will always have a better come back. Underneath is a chrome color so they probably took a chrome lens frame and painted them or what ever it is that they did; chrome is usually a smooth surface so there's no real bonding for the paint.

The hearing is some what a little reduced so compared to other masks like JT but JT masks are old school and not so for "comfortable". What I did to up my hearing is made 4 small fine little holes to help up the hearing but the hearing isn't bad at all on a 3 or 5 man field.

The vision is great, unlike the Dye i4 its more that you need. \

Vents well and has lots of cushion.
Conclusion: Buy this Sly Profit, I would prefer it over a Dye i4 thats $40 more because the lens is not bigger than it needs to be but its not smaller were its a problem either.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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