Hundredth Monkey has developed the first ever protective headgear designed for paintballers. Our soft shell TurtleCaps provide head protection to players without affecting their game. Now, players who don't like getting hit in the head are no longer limited to big bulky hard plastic helmets which subject them to ridicule, hinder playing, and are not designed for paintballers.
Hundredth Monkey Caps are great for tournament players, recreational players, referees, and spectators. If you're a field owner, your main concern is to provide availability of all paintball safety gear for your customers and you need Hundredth Monkey TurtleCaps in your pro shop to do that. Ask for Hundredth Monkey Caps if your field's pro shop doesn't carry them.
The Hundredth Monkey Turtle Caps are older, so while they may be available used and in a few cases new, they are not commonly available anymore.
depends, Shocker w/ SIC trigger; IR3 w/ fang trigger; Cocker w/ Rat valve, Jackhammer LPR, Belsales 3way, 44mag ram
Comfortable, good padding
It can get warm but that is better then the alternative
This hat is the best thing to hit the market prolly since the adjustable reg. Offers great protection (with the occational bounce), when you first get it it might be a little tight for those with larger heads but it streaches out with just a little time, they do offer different sizes and recomend you look into making sure you get the right fit. I know that some people may worry about cost, just remember that it's your head we are talking about and they really arn't that expensive, especially when you think about how your head can feel after you get tagged a couple times, as a Ref I recomend it, once you use it you wonder why you waited to get one.
Just finished playing in a tourny this weekend and the hat is amazing, let the ultimate ref use one and he admitted that it saved his skull a few times, and I'll agree with him that it is a great product and it's been needed in paintball for many years.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, December 14th, 2004 at 9:13 pm PST