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Number of Reviews: 11
Average Rating: 9.3 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $190

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The largest gearbag Empire carries, this bag will hold it all. You will be able to carry everything you would ever need at the field with you. The MTS™ has been added to this huge gear bag as well, so you can strap in 2 markers.

* Vented wet pocket
* Removable gun case (accommodates 2 markers)
* Felt-lined goggle pocket
* Side pockets filled with zippered mesh pockets
* MTP Market Tether System
* Removable tool pouch
* Inside the side pocket in a lightweight carry-on sized gym bag (To transfer to if your bag is overweight for the airlines).
* Internal organizer pocket
* Telescopic hide-away pull handle
* Rugged off-road wheels
* Removable shoulder strap
Product Availability 
The Empire XLT Gear Bag is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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jimpy Wednesday, January 10th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
crappy duffel bags
Marker Setup: 2k4 Impulse
WAS Board
NDz Equalizer "Pro Delrin" bolt
NDz HE Housing Assembly
NDz Slick Shot
NDz Mid Weight Hammer
NDz Jackhammer II
NDz RIP Valve
CCM no-pro feed neck
OTB frame w/delrin trigger
CP Long Reg
Strengths: HUGE amount of space
room for everything
Weaknesses: MTS doesn't prevent theft
Barrel bag doesn't hold a 16"
falls over standing
Review: Well, I got it today, and I was instantly in love with this bag. The thing is HUGE. it has space for everything, and more. i was able to fit a 3 pod pack full of pods, 4 more pods, 2 68/4500 tanks, old style cased freak kit, dye i3 mask, Halo, ion, 2 autocockers, various tools, a bunch of squeegees, a few barrel condoms, gloves, dye c6 pants, 2 jt jerseys, a towel. all of this and i had tons of room to spare.

there were no directions, but it's not like i need directions to pack a bag; i would just have appreciated a guide as to what the different bags were for. i basically had to guess for one of the bags, and didn't figure out the gun bag until i found the shoulder strap for it. the MTS is just there for convenience; it's just a couple of velcro straps that hold onto a marker. the only reason for it is so that you could get your marker set-up in a hurry w/o opening the bag.

but, because of the space in the cleats/shoes vented compartment, it will fall over when standing upright. this just means that you need to hold onto it when waiting in lines, but when you're unpacking the bag, it will be laying down, so not a big deal.
Conclusion: A good bag, with enough room in there for pretty much anything you would need to take to play paintball. enough room for multiples of everything. at least 2 masks, prolly 3. numerous markers, a couple of packs, a few tanks, tools galore. there's also a pocket for your personal items, if you need to put them in your bag. it's not perfect, but the only product that really is perfect for you, is one that you design sooo........
9 out of 10
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