• Wide 260º + vision
• Durable high quality thermal lens
• Hi-Flow natural ventilation system for improved user comfort and reduced fogging
• High level of protection and coverage
• Specially designed to fit small through large head sizes
• True OTG (Over The Glass) design
• High quality comfortable twin layer hypo-allergenic face foam
• One-year warranty
• Comes complete with adjustable visor and goggle bag
• Meets or exceeds all ASTM standards
• PMI stocks a full inventory of replacement parts for this goggle system at all warehouse locations
The Extreme Rage X-Ray Thermal Goggles are older, so while they may be available used and in a few cases new, they are not commonly available anymore.
Spyder Xtra (new), 14" Proto barrel, gravity fed hopper, 12oz co2
Cheap, good protection, anti-fog, comfortable
Pretty average mask, not too good not to bad, but doesnt compare to the proflex. I think these make you look really ugly. Also, the plastic is super hard. Besides that its a average mask. Plus the mask is really cheap, (I got myine for $25, at a store). The anti fog works great on this mask, it couldn't be any better. Also I've got shot in the mask about 4 times and i cant even feel it. Also this mask is comfortable, its like a couch on your head.
Buy this mask if you have a low bugdet, (like me).
It's like you aren't even wearing googles when they aren't dirty.
Pain to clean.
Great for beginers the thremal helps alot. Pain to clean. Get a special spray. Viser is removable. I would recomened these almost to any player.
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Smart Parts 16'' Progressive Barrell
The mirrored blue lens is cool for speedball
The tinted lens for woodsball
The blue film that protects the inside of the lens
I mostly play woodsball which the tinted lens is not much good for. It makes the shadows so dark that it looks like their is much more cover than there really is and makes it hard to see people hiding under branches and bushes. After that I went and purchased a clear lens from my local shop and that fixed everything. The funny thing is when I was taking out my tinted lens I realized I had not taken off the protective blue film on the inside of the mask. That did lighten things up a bit but not much. My friend bought the same mask and it turns out he was playing with the film in his too.
Well this is the first mask i've owned and i still have it... it doesn't fog cuz the thermal but i've had it fog a few times it's ..i got a costom paint job on it (camo) it works good...hmmm i really dunno waht else to say it's nice cheap adn good for new players...
2k2 Cocker, CP On/Off ASA,Supafly bolt,Shocktech drop forward,Freak Jr. Kit, 68 cu 4500 psi Carbon Fiber air tank,E-Blade(very soon!)Empire Reloader B
The thermal lenses dont fog too much
Very clear lenses
foam is uncomfortable compared to the Flex 7
hard to get a tight fit sometimes
Right now I have only used this mask twice and i like it so far. The only annoying problems with it are the foam and the strap because cant seem to always get a tight fit and it slips. I like the thermal lenses on these because they are sooooooooo nice and clear.
I recommend anyone starting out to get these or maybe if you are just a rec player get these
-Standard Extreme Rage 200 Count Hopper
-20 oz. Pure Energy CO2
Hurts ears a little sometimes
Mainly used for daytime
I first bought this mask at Big 5 for 40 bucks and it was pretty cool. I used it for airsofting numerous times, but not for paintballing yet. After using it for airsofting I found it very difficult for use in lowlight conditions(if you bought tinted kind). I would reccommend getting this mask and getting another non tinted because then you can use one for day and one for any other time.
ive used this mask for woodsball recball and speed ball and it works great. never fogged up once. the only flaw was that when you sweat it stays in the cushoning. but that happens to every mask so its all good.
I would reccomend getting this mask and another mask so that you could have a better sight.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, July 29th, 2005 at 10:25 am PST
Hard to see in the woods or on when the sun is not out
This google are pretty good, they did what they're suppose to, never fogged. The plastic is a little hard and the thermal lense can be hard to see out of in low light situation, especially in the woods. All my friends goggle were fogging up on the last trip and I was picking them out and taking everyone out.
Its a good google setup but if your using them in a low light situation, I would not recommend them.
Ion with NDZ roller blade trig. Hybrid-contract killer- Grips, Virtue Green Lazer eyes, CP long reg, Fire bolt, Black heart, 14'' Freak 2 piece, Halo B(with rip), 45/3000 comp. air
Doesnt fog much
it STILL fogs!
its SOLID AS ROCK!
The one thing I didnt mind about the atrocious goggles are the fact that they MIGHT not fog, it REALLY depends on the day, I once played for a half hour and then all I saw was my sweat condensing onto my lense and actually be dripping off my lense..they say anti fog but the fog..most of the time actually it fogs, its ridiculous! Just go out and buy yourself a nice pair of Jt's from walmart or some other brand from Canadian tire*if your Canadian of course*