Diablo Sabatoge, with bottomline gravity feed hopper and stock barrel
it has a visor
it fogs up Really easily
well this mask is pretty good except it fogs up really easily and its really hard to de fogify it, but the visor helps. it also has NO neck protection, but i mean without spending about 50-80 $$$ on a mask none have anti fog goggle systems so i guess its okay for the price
this mask is pretty good for the price, but if you wanna get this mask be willing to wash the lenses down between every match, but all in all its a decent mask
u can beat this mask for 25 bucks. i have never had it fog out of 2 years of playing with it. it protects ur whole head instead of some of those other masks like seem to only cover a little bit of ur face. its a great mask for a rec player, its not the best but like i said u cant beat it for 25 bucks
get this maks if u dont feel like paying 120 bucks for a super duper evolution super antifog mega coated lens with a fan tournamet gogles
Viewloader 200rd hopper w/elbow
Ice Cold 14"
20 oz Pure Energy CO2
--black color is good in the woods
--large coverage area
--Lets too much paint hit your face
--Poorly designed goggles--splatter can HIT YOUR EYES!
The 32 Degrees Head Case is a large mask, offering reasonable protection for the full head. However, in an attempt to provide good ventillation, the designer has provided too many holes and paint flies through the front pretty darn hard and you WILL BE SPITTING PAINT. Even worse, again I believe to provide good ventillation, the goggles are open on either end, near the corners of your eyes with no foam seal. There's a foam seal along the top and bottom edges, but not on the ends. This, take it from me, allows high velocity paint splatter to HIT YOUR EYES!!! That's bad. Believe me, it stings like hell. If this mask, which I bought last summer, didn't have this flaw, I might recommend it. With this flaw, you're taking an unnecessary risk. DON'T BUY THIS MASK.
My final recommendation on this mask is DO NOT BUY IT. There are too many other better quality masks out there. The goggle flaw alone makes it too risky. I have since fixed mine with some pipe foam, but I would not buy it again if given the chance. I'm giving it a 1 for this goggle flaw.
Silver Tippmann Custom 98 w/ 14" Dye excel / 14" 2002 All American / Tippmann flatline,32 degrees 6 stage x-chamber, GTA double trigger, 32 degrees gel rubber grip, GTA Railsed sight rail, Response trigger system, psycho ballistics rear velocity adjuster, model 98 rocket cock OR
-WGP 2002 STO Autococker(all stock for now)
people here dont seem to like them, but i think these goggles are great, they never fogged up on me yet, they are comfortable, easy to adjust(yoou gotta be pretty slow to say its hard to adjust, you just pull a strap) gives youa good wide range of vsion and good all around head protection
a little bit bulky, but who cares, stay closer to your bunker or dont pop out as much
they arent the prettiest googles out there, but they are cheap, dont fog, comfortable. and you can use them with glasses if your blind like me and to cheap to get contacts =)
i think this mask is good, they protect your head and eyes, thats all you should care about, insted of spening more on a mask for looks and fashion purposes, go spend it on accesories for your marker or something
JT nForcer, JT nVader, JT Spectra, JT Proteus, V-force Morph, Dye Invision, and some other ones too
Piranha Pro Ts G3
Bulldog II Nitroand a lot more, but I don't feel like goin into detail
*soon to come
Cheap, and I mean DIRT CHEAP
Lots of ventilation
But, u get what u pay for. They fog up like crazy, they get scratched so easy, they're fugly, visor is one of the top 10 ugliest visors that I have ever seen, lenses suck, and hard to find replacemant lenses, let in to much paint, and I HOPE U LIKE THE TASTE OF PAINT BECAUSE YOU WILL BE EATING IT, um, they suck, and did I mention suck?
They're okay for your first pair of goggles, but I would NOT wanna have to use these for to long, I mean they fog like there's no tommorow! I guess if your stripped for cash, they could be a last resort, or if you're just cheap. I think they could do for a couple backyard games, just save your money and talk that 20 bux and put it toward some JT's. Okay for begginers, the only reason I think they suck is because I have tried so many tournament and top of the line gog's, not to to to bad for first timers, but.... u be the judge.