For the Pros who need the edge - Sperical lens for multidirectional, max-peripheral visiion - Biomorphic, soft-flex armor resulting in a low target zone - Quick-switch lens replacement system - Built-in ventilation for increased air flow - Clear-vision Thermocured Anti-fog Lens - Durable scratch resistant hardcoat - Zero-slip silicone pro strap, flexible sun visor and carry bag - Conveniently fits over glasses.
The VForce Morph Mask is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
great mask best mask money can buy and a little cheaper then other similar products. the mask also is very comfortable compared to others and the lends doesn't scratch easy at all. so go with the best and get the v force morph mask it is the best ive seen and doesn't fog which is just awesome
buy these goggles if you want the best and if you don't want to be trying to get ride of the fog all day
It has already been said many times that the fog protection on these lenses are among the best (if not THE best) in the industry, so I'll focus my review on other aspects.
The ease of changing lenses is what sold me on this mask. its a major project to change a JT mask lens, its 30 seconds with the Morph. I've even broken parts of my JT masks trying to get the lens out.
However the BEST part of this mask is the EXTREME clarity of the lens. There is NO visual distortion. I've had $100 sunglasses with more distortion than these. I've tried on a Dye invision but it has almost the same amount of visual distortion as JT masks. JT and Dye lens both have a double thermal lens. Besides the fact that the inner thermal lens is very fragile and scratches easily, light passing through TWO lenses distorts that much more.
As for comfort, you easily forget you are wearing a mask. My JT Spectra was a constant reminder of the fact I was wearing a mask. It didn't stay in place, it distorted, and I couldn't breath through it as easily as I can with my morph. No More Darth Vadar helmet noise :)
The ONLY thing that MIGHT be an issue to some is the fact that the lens sticks out so far away from your face. if you have a drop forward that allows you to REALLY tuck your gun in, than you have a very good chance of it bumping into your mask constantly. However, because of the fact it does sit far away from your face it doesn't get as hot as there seems to be more circulation of air, and it allows you to breath much easier.
Why pick any thing else? The invision and the JT's both sit very close to your face, but they CANNOT match the clarity of the morph. JT's require a fan and a double lens to come close to the fog proofing of the morph. I was once a JT loyal, but after the constant struggle of taking out the lens, I decided to make the switch. I can't imagine how I lived with JTs for so long. Pick this or the Dye Invision (both of my friends who own Invisions have the same amount of difficulty changing their lenses as a JT).
I don't really give out a rating of 10, because something better always seems to be around the corner, HOWEVER, this time I really don't see how the morph can be bested.
LED Matrix, Shocktech LPR, Victorian Volumizers, Gen. E bolt, PBC blade trigger, EVO 2, Crossfire 68ci. 4500psi LP tank, NW cradle, THOR adj. regulator, Freak kit. Redz tank cover
easy lens changing
this mask is great it is one of the nicest fitting and best looking masks.
this mask is inexpensive compared the the new masks out that arent nearly as good as this one. the mask covers your whole face while providing no fogging and good hearing during games. this mask also has the easiest lens change possible you just flip two little straps and squeeze the lens and it comes out. for 80 dollars this is one of the best masks out there
good price good fit no fog easy clean inexpensive when compared to other masks
BE $5 mask - That was a one game mask.. it sucked
VForce Shield - Great alternative!! I love the Shield and Morph line, I only bought a morph for the different colors and flex bottom (and it was on major sale!)
-Black Piranha EXT Pro G3
-10" DYE Titanium Boomstick
-White Wolf "Blitz" Delrin LP Bolt
-KAPP "Twisted" Autococker cocking rod
-Maddman "Rocket" Valve
-Custom milled striker
-Chrome CP Lightning Drop
-Chrome KAPP Railmount On/Off ASA
-AA Vigilante w/ LP Spring
-Clear Warp Feed w/ 12V mod and on/off
-Most optically correct lenses
-Great fit, very comfortable
Nothing wrong with these guys!
The VForce Shield and Morph masks are excellent!
-Optically correct lenses. The lenses are shaped like your cornea to ensure excellent sight!
-Great for glasses wearers
-Quick-Snap, super fast lense changes
-"Shield" comes with neck guard and chin strap
-"Morph" doesn't, unless your store owner gives them to you, cause he's cool! :)
-Great ventilation and paint protection!
The best-looking and best-working masks on the market, period!
Cheap replacment lenses
Fogs after a while
Doesnt protect neck very good
I had this mask for over a year now. The last time I played (in the snow) It fogged up on me for the first time. I ordered a new mirror lense so there wont be any fogging for a while. If you want a mask that will feel good and give good results then get this mask.
If you want a mask that is semi-cheap and good then get this.
I also recommend this mask for woodsball players.
However if you are loaded and can get whatever mask you want then get an e-vent by empire.
Evo II w/ Z-board
Drop Fwrd w/on off
Sling blade trig
Good Mask, may bounce paint sometimes
Dunno, found none
From the makers of the profiler come another great mask. I got mine cheap for $20. You can find em cheap on PBNation and sometimes around $30-40 at your local shop. Works great. Good protection, good range of view, no fog, easy to breath, soft padding around face, and may bounce some paint. I love mine, and reccomend it to people who dont wanna pay $60-80 dollars for just a mask.
Get it if you dont wanna pay alot for a great mask. I got mine for $20 on PBNation (Usually $50-80 though)
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, June 25th, 2007 at 8:03 pm PST
05 Alias Intimidator
Alias Infamous board
CCM Heli-Clamp Feedneck
CP swoop trigger
Never fogs, huge viewing area, thick quality lenses.
None that I have seen in two years.
When I purchaced this mask it came with a beautiful mirrored tinted lens. That is what first gave this mask away was how well it looked visually. The next was the biggest feature and that was how well it worked. I can tell you that after 4 years of trying countless other masks that this is by far the best mask i have ever used. It has never foged and the ventalation is amazing. The lenses are so big when you put this mask on you can barely even tell you have one on. You can see just as much without the mask then with it on your face. The lenses are also replaceable and only takes me 30 seconds to swap lenses.
Everything about this mask is unbelieveable. I would never use any other unless its anouther v-force.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, July 15th, 2006 at 10:25 am PST
Tactical Car Stock
Large field of vision
Anti-fog wears off fast
I found this mask on sale (new) for $40, so I bought it. You have great peripheral vision with it on, and the anti-fog works well, but it ran out after about 5-6 games. You would think that you would have better things to do with $40-$60 though. I play mostly woodsball, and it works fine for me.
I would recommend buying this mask ALONG WITH some anti-fog spray!
No forehead w/o visor
Not the best neck/chin protection
The Morph is, for me, one of the best masks out there. I have played with it at least once a week, sometimes more, since I got it a few months ago, and it has never failed me.
Never fogged (period of use, January through mid-April so far, Kansas weather). The vision is superb, and I have never had a problem hearing out of it. You can breather freely wearing this mask, it does not sit right up against your face. This probably aids to the fact that it does not fog. If you get splattered or hit in the mask, the lens comes out very easily for cleaning. Is so comfortable I could probably wear it all day and not be bothered.
If you do not wear the visor, as I do not, your foreheard is completely exposed. This can be fixed by wearing a hat of some sort, but is still annoying.
If you open your mouth, your chin may hang out a bit, also annoying.
I am giving this a 9/10. Not a 10 b/c of forehead/chin protection. But great mask, higly recommened.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, April 7th, 2005 at 6:52 pm PST
Worrgames 2003 Vertical Feed Autococker
Orr-acle front block kit (front block, STO ram, tickler, 3-way)
Custom Products ASA with On/Off
Dye Sticky Grips
- Incredibly well designed
- Not too expensive
- Ear covers
- It is $65, but you get what you pay for, and it's awesome
This mask is a very well designed piece of equipment. It sufficently protects your face while being comfortable, and easy to clean. Lens changing is very easy, but the lenses are somewhat expensive. My only beef is that the visor is somewhat hard to install, but I have big fingers and that's why (In my case at least).