This is a must-have product. Not only does this complete your protective apparel by protecting one of the most sensative of areas; it is also right in your budget. Think of getting hit in the neck. Ouch! Do the math.
The Redz Neck Padz is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
The neck guardis double duty, it protects from bugs and keeps quite warm - you see, I only use it when I ride and since I don't play paintball as often anymore I purchased this in hopes that it will keep me warm when I ride my new XB9R! Riding on the freeway or hittin' the twisties with the neck warmer on really helps me concentrate on my ride and does not hinder any of my abilities when turning my head or checking my mirrors! Its neoprene material is A GRADE and I recommend this to anyone who rides and plays paintball i guess.
GREAT PRODUCT FOR KEEPING YOU WARM WHEN RIDING and paintball . . . . (I guess)
Evil Pimp with
Pure Energy 3000 and 4500 psi tanks
Empire barrel sleeve
Back up marker
2k3 piranha with
3+2 mantis pack
20/20 echo mask
Pads by Empire arms, legs, and shorts
Repair kit Allen wrench, batteries etc.
Protection, material, and looks
Too big for small necks
I got this because the first team I played with practiced in a really samll field and there was a lot of bunkering, a little too much. After seeing a buddy get shot in the neck and pass out, I realized that I needed some kind of neck protection. I looked at 32 degrees and one without a name on it but, the Redz neck protector seemed the best of them all. It only cost me $9.99. Soon after I purchased the neck guard the team fell apart and I got on a team that plays outside on a full sized field. I figured I would not need it any more. About two weeks later a player on the team we are scrimmage against got a bouncer on the neck from across the field and lost a lot of skin. I put the neck protector on next practice and got three bouncers on the adam's apple and it did not even hurt badly. The shots were from about 12 feet away. After that day, I always play with it on.
I would buy the Redz neck protector again. It is not by any means a necessity, but for $10 it is a great product.
2k2 Red Cocker
triple threat 14"
halo tsa front man
Nitro Duck 45/3000
My dad has started to require me to where a certain amount of protection, which isnt a bad thing cause i have a planet eclipse distortion jersey and pants on the way this week, thats on hi tab (FYI thats an expenxive set). But he wanted me to get neck protection too. So last week when i went to the feild, I had to by one and choose this. It fits well, but i agree you need a decent sized neck. It does what its supposed to, and at a good price (9). The only thing is that if you got shoot in the logo it tends to break more than on the rest of it.
its a good cheap protector. It gets a nine cause nothing is perfect.
there isnt really too much to say about this product... it does what its advertised to do... it protects you from getting hit in the neck. I suppose that it can be a bit cumbersome but I'll tell ya its a helI of alot better than getting shot in the neck... ooooeeeee does that hurt!!! not to mention that you cant breath afterwards
this is a very good product, I dont know if there is or isnt anything else out there that is better, cus I havnt tried anything else. but I'll tell you that this is well worth your money
If you REALLY wanna see my setups... which I doubt, go to:
- Protects your neck
- Can encourage bouncers
- A bit hot, (a given with a neck protector...)
- Big company logo plastered on front
Well, after seeing some ugly welts on people's necks from getting shot there, I decided to buy one of these. It works well, and even encourages some bouncers! (Always a plus). It can get hot in the summer, but the protection is well worth it, and if you get too sweaty with it on you can always take if off between games. As for the company logo, it is more of a personal preference.
Get it... if you want.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, July 18th, 2005 at 9:37 pm PST
Kingman Spyder Electra DX, 14 inch Freak, 12 inch Lapco Bigshot, HALO TSA, 20 oz and a sick trigger job.
Comfortable. Lots of padding
gets hot, but thats a given
Its a neck gaurd it does the job, it isnt the most conmfortable thing in the world but it dont get hit in the bare skin now...hmm i need more words, oh yeh it makes u look hard core too lol...Its a neck gaurd it does the job, it isnt the most conmfortable thing in the world but it dont get hit in the bare skin now...hmm i need more words, oh yeh it makes u look hard core too lol...
Its redz, i have there dimension packs (awesome) u cant go wrong for the price
Tippmann A-5, Flatline or 16" Sniper, Expansion Chamber, Superfly bolt, Vortex Mod, E-Grip w/ WAS, QEV...yeah thats right you can drool now...lol
Good Soild Protection
Yep, it works perfectly have stopped some very painful hits in the neck. But there is one draw back and some may think it bad enough for them not to use...and it is the sweaty neck syndrome. Oh yeah prepare to sweat sweat sweat. Its think from the pading and doesnt allow you to breath all that well, but truly the protection out ways this
I give it an 8 because i think they could have done a little bit better in designing, and make it cooler and a little less bulky
8 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, February 7th, 2007 at 7:49 am PST
Tippman A5, E-Trigger, Blackcell barrel, BSA sight, etc.
Thick piece of rubber for adams apple protection
Getting hit in the neck can really suck. I've been hit several times with this thing on and it really helps. I play woodsball so I like to wear all camo. The front of the neck protector had a red peice of rubber. I got a sharpie and blackened it out. :)
Smart parts Ion, Eggy 2 with y-board, WGP 3000psi, 50ci HP tank, Redz Clamping feedneck.
Nice and thick.
Can be very hot.
got this before I wen paintballing for the first time. I used it for about 6 rounds, then took it off because it was way to hot. It is nice for colder weather, cuase nobody wants to get shot in the neck in cold weather. OUCH. But I dose look cool, and has a big thick logo on the front, I guess that could be good, to procect you neck even more.
Over all it is a nice neck protecter, but I dont reccommed getting one, of any kind. You dont need one. If you are worried about getting hit in the teck, get a big mask. I'm giveing it a 7 because you dont really need one, unless you are really scared about getting hit in the neck(Like I was)
extreme rage neck protecter's, 32 degrees neck protecters, some logoless protecter, scarves, etc.
WGP trilogy pro
Air America 45ci 4500psi
viewloader evolution 2
evil pipe kit w/standard tip
Protects sensitive area
Keeps you warm on cold days
Logo starts to peel off after sometime
Gets you too hot on hot days
Well, the reason I bought this neck protecter was that I accidentally ripped my old 32 degrees one and didn't like wearing scarves to the field( I looked really stupid ). My buddy got shot in the neck from about 20 feet away and it really hurt him and made him cry. So I decided it was time to buy a new neck protecter. At the shop I saw this one and the Extreme rage one so I tried them both out. This one has the right amount of padding for a hit to feel more like a flick on the neck. I got bunkered at the field once and I got shot five times in the neck with this on. Two of the paintballs popped, the rest bounced off. This is a bit expensive for a neck protecter...$9.99, and the logo started to peel of after I got shot there. Oh well...this is a great product.
Well its a neck protecter. What else can it do?...besides protect your neck from welts.