The Spectra ProShield system features the hard plastic Proshield mask, the original and most popular of the Spectra family. This system is designed for those who prefer the protection of a rigid mask. spectra goggle systems represent the most advanced family of modular protection available for the paintball industry. This premiere family goggle system offers 260 degrees of peripheral vision, superior fog elimination, comfort foam and a host of luxury extras, making your choices unlimited. The ProShield is the safest protection for any age or playing level.
The JT Spectra ProShield Mask is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
**getting Spyder Fenix, 16" AA, 68/4500 Max Flo, Sticky DYE3 grips.
*Have G3 STS 14" Progressive, Gas through, 20oz, drop forward, Revvy!! (i hate this gun, the trigger doesn't work properly, and when it is cool, the co2 dont work very well. Good gun if everything is right)
*ACI Hornet, 9oz tank.
Back foam piece falls out alot
Now i sweat ALOT compared to most other ppl, i mean, i had a X-Fire, all it did was fog, on a perfect day, it would do ok, but fogs like a maddman. This Spectra is the best mask, i love it, it doesn't fog! I LOVE IT!! I play forest, and speedball, but in forest you get alot of water, mist, fog, and this mask doesn't fog at all!!! Durable mask, strong, cheap in price, and overall great.
JT 4.0 stock w. remote
VL 200 hopper
gets alittle hot
hard to take apart
The Spectra Proshield goggle system is probably all you want from your goggles. The basics. It doesn't fog, it has a great field of vision, and it's comfortable. The foam around the lens is very thick and comfortable, but it tends to get soaked from sweating as the goggles tend to get alittle warm. The Proshield offers enough protection and is guaranteed not to screw up on you. So far, I have found no problems with the goggles and I will continue to use them until they get worn down.The lens have also never fogged on me. Anti-fog does destroy the anti fog layer on the inside of the lens, so you should never use an anti-fog spray in conjunction with the anti-fog lens.
If you wat a great, rugged and comfortable goggle system that won't fog on you, get the Proshield
Paint never bounces off it
Can get hot in the summer heat
Chinstrap gets annoying
This is a very good mask. It is very comfortable and it never fogs. and its pretty cheap.
One of the problems, though, is that its not flexible, its really hard (maybe thats why its called a proshield?) Paint always breaks on the mask. If you play in the summer heat, it can get hot. and the chinstrap gets annoying but thats easy to cut off.
Overall this mask is an excellent value.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, April 14th, 2006 at 6:35 am PST
Tippmann Pro/Carbine with Lapco drop forward and 14" J&J Ceramic
cheap (35$, thermal)
good field of vision
hard to take apart
Its the basic Spectra system. Its really cheap, and has the benifits of that lens, as opposed to a elite. Its comfortable, due to the nice foam. On the downside, its all hard. You wont take any bounces. It kinda shifts around too. And the profile is far larger than that of others. For the price, it is great. The Flex-7s and Proteus's are wayy better, but are more expensive too.
Its a simple, comfortable, good mask. Well worth the money. I would suggest it to anyone who doesnt want to spend alot. You get what you pay for, a solid mask. If you want more, get a proteus.
spyder imagine with j&j edge kit and custom products flame dropforward with 4500 psi nitro tank/ evvy 2
i bought this mask and this mask is great/ never fogs and fits realy good and when u get hit in the ear it don't hurt this mask is great. If u get this mask and like it u will not want a nother mask forever. this mask as down alot of good for me with never foging on the field i wish to get a sponsership from jt usa.
just try this mask and u will like it if i don't then send me an e-mail why u don't like it because i want to know why u don't
Spyder TL+, 12" 2k1 All American, 12oz Pure Energy
A very well priced goggle indeed. $60 CAD
The screws that hold the hard plastic shield on the bottom.
Ive got the Proshield w/ thermals, which were definitly a improvement with no-fogging.
If you're looking for a mask that eliminates the main BEEF with any player, a.k.a Fogging, then the Proshield w/ thermals will do perfectly.
I have never fogged with these yet, and is optimistic that they shouldnt for the time being, after awhile all lenses will fog because of wear&tear.
The ONLY beef i got with these goggles are the screws in the hard plastic face cover,
over time they will get loose and WILL get loose very easily.
Make Sure You Tighten Them Every time You Go and Check If They Become Loose After Every Game.
A great product from a tried and tested company.
I couldnt ask for more from a rec mask.
Since theres better masks out there....(Vforce are true contenders with JT)............
8 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, September 5th, 2003 at 5:32 pm PST
14" progressive barrel
3000 psi pure energy nitrogen
VL evolution hopper
sweet spot trigger
Never had a problem fogging
Hard to clean some areas, hard to take apart
Ive had the same mask for the entire time ive been playing paintball. this mask doesn't fog up, even when the weather promotes fogging. many of the people i play with had problems with their masks fogging but i still never have. the only real drawbacks of the mask are that if you want to take it apart to clean it or whatever, its hard to but back together. also paint can get in spots which are hard to clean.
Its an excellent mask for someone who doesn't wanna match perfectly in a uniform as it has bland styling....but its simplicity makes it better.
Back Up is a Spyder Imagine with a 14" J&J Pro 1 Barrel
Hardly fogs and the price is great
I have to say I love this mask, it was cheep and its the only mask ive used other then rental ones. so i dont have much to compare it too. I just finally found something to write a review on, cause im new and not rich lol. It was $50 when I bought it like a year ago, I think its about $30 now.
it hardly fogs up, i played in maryland with like 90-100% humidity still it rarely fogged. the only problem I have is the two rubber pads in the back are extreamly hard and the start to press into the area behind your ears, after awhile it starts to hurt but its not umbarable. and this could just be because of the shape of my head who knows.
the slight problem with the pads is not enough to make me buy a new mask so i dont think it will be for anyone else.
UPDATE: I bought another pair of these and JT has changed the rubber pads with soft foam ones, so they are prefectly comfortable for me
Great mask and great price too
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, August 6th, 2006 at 7:29 pm PST