•4+3 Pack (Also available in 3+2)
•Fully adjustable velcro belt system
•Steady-grip rubber pod straps
•Added pod loops
•Hideaway key holder
•Velcro add-on piece for larger waists
•Fits waist sizes 28-42 inches
The System X Pro Harness are older, so while they may be available used and in a few cases new, they are not commonly available anymore.
Ajustable, really comfortable, a wide range of colors, and pod set ups
I have problems with mine. But few of these have experienced ripped seams.
this is one of one the best pod packs that i have played with. adjustable to any size comes with an extra Velcro strap for bigger players. lots of colors to choose from red, blue, green, smoke. pods come in various colors as well. this pack also has a hide away key feature. so one could lock up his/ her gear bag and not worry about losing the key during a game. the packs come in various sizes 3+2, 4+3 and so on.
it costs around $40.00 with pods. and its made by the company with one of the best customer services around System X.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, February 1st, 2005 at 10:33 am PST
This pack is great, comfortable and is so far reliable. Its cheap as well, got mine for about $40 or so. So it is a great choice if you need a pack but low on cash. You aslso don't have to break in, which was pointed out buy my friend. He even offered to switch my pack with his dye one, I of course refused.
A great way to spend like $40. The only thing I dn't get is what do I need a key chain thats attached to the pack??? either way, its still great.
E-99 (black), Evil Smokestack, Evil Bolt, Expansion Chamber, Evolution II, 20 oz Co2, 12" Twister barrel
Comfortable, low profile, one size pretty much fits all, price was great, comes with pods
+2sleeves weren't attached, they bounced around. Nothing some Velcro and superglue didn't fix
Very nice harness. It fits anyone and its light and comfortable. I never noticed it when I was playing until I had to reload. I used a Redz 6+1 harness for awhile, but I couldn't play that tight in the bunker. I took a lot of hits in the pods. I used this harness and the only hit I took to it was a bonus ball or two. The price was great. I payed about 40 bucks for it. I thought the Fat Boy pods would throw off my game. When I used them at home (practice) I could't get them open very well. In the game though nothing went wrong. They opened as easily as my Dye pods
This a great harness. The price was great. On size fits all. Comfortable. Low profile.
2001 WGP cocker
Dye single swing trigger
Dye 10" ultralight barrel
shocktech bomb 3-way
WGP orracle bolt
system-x drop forward
12 volt revvy w/ x-board
PMI pure energy 3000psi 68ci nitro tank
looks good, holds pods
+2 loops are really worthless
the harness looks really cool, the belt is comfortable and fits me very well, it is easy to put on and take off. the 3 regular pod holders work really well but are a little hard to put pods back in, only if you are up front and dont have any room to move. the 2 extra pod straps dont work very well and are pretty much worthless, they dont hold pods very well and is impossible to put them back in once you take them out.
great harness if you only need to hold 3 or 4 pods, it is cheap, comfortable and looks nice, hasnt torn on me yet.
Nice "one-size-fits-all" belt
Double layer velcro belt like the Extreme Rage Bullet Paq
Has elastic pod slots that are also similar to the Bullet Paq
Great price for a nice looking vertical feed harness (Got it for $30)
Little clip that can be used to hold straight shot squeegees
Great for a skinny person like me
The +2 loops are so big they can't even hold empty pods when you place them in it
Stitching may come undone in future of play
I bought this product at the NPPL Super 7 in Huntington Beach at the System X stand. They had a variety of colors and sized harness (3+2 or 4+3) to choose from. Haven't seen any problems really with it yet. For $30, you can't really beat it. The JT Slampak is around $30 but has more problems than this harness. Another similar harness would be the Mantis Pro Pack, which runs for around $10 more.
After searching around to replace my old harness, I found the System X Pro Harness to be a great deal for the quality and variety. If you're new and don't wanna pay for those other expensive harnesses, this would a great one for you.