SHIELD - For those who want to play all out - you're covered • Sperical lens for maximum peripheral vision Quick-switch lens replacement system - Low profile rigid armor with swivel-hinged throat plate - Clear-vision Thermocured Anti-fog Lens - Durable scratch resistant hardcoat - High-density face foam for superior fit and comfort - Zero-slip silicone pro strap, flexible sun visor and carry bag - Conveniently fits over glasses. Clear Lenses.
The VForce Shield Mask is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
It is a bit uncomfortable. It seems to really push into my face below my eyes. No matter how much I loosen the strap, even if it is too loose to ever wear in a game, it really pushes into my face. Like bunches up the skin below my eyes. The middle piece of the lense/goggle frame comes up a bit too high. Kinda makes you feel cross eyed. I am a little dissapointed :-(
Gets great reviews, which is why I bought it, but doesnt do much for me in the area of comfort. My old mask was a scott extreme stalker and It was so much more comfortable on my face. The vision is slightly impeded by the mid lense section.
PMI Piranha STS G3 PF with a 32 degrees expansion chamber, a J&J 12" ceramic barrel, drop forward, red dot sight, 20oz CO2 tank.
The neck protection is cool. The chin strap is nice. Good peripheral vision. Comes with a bag.
Lets see, where to begin. The lens scratches easy, it fogs up like a mother. After only like 5 minutes its had a layer of water all over the lens. You can't get it off without drying it either. The neck gaurd hops up and down going click, click, click. It falls off your face unless you put the strap way high.
The main thing that ticked me off is that it fogged up so dang much. I don't think a JT fan will fit in it either. If I were you, I would get a JT mask that can have a fan in it. I'm giving it a 4 because it is below average in fog protection in my opinion.