They will be the new standard to which all other paintball pants will be measured. Forged from 1000 denier ballistic nylon, water resistant cordura satinyl, gauge 8 zippers, heavy duty nylon thread, breathable stretch mesh, 8 oz. lycra and 13 oz. polyester, our tournament pant is the top of the line. We've spared no expense to bring you the best pant available to the market. Double reinforced ballistic nylon padded knees, rip resistant stretch crotch, double snap velcro fly, adjustable waist straps, stretch mest lower lumbar, ballistic nylon seat, lycra stretch side panels, drawstring leg closures, rear leg cooling vents and our patented pending JT paintball cargo pocket.
The JT Tournament Pants are newer, so they should be commonly available, both new and used.
Autococker Trillogy SF
68 cu. in. 4500 psi HPA
Good stretch in important spots
A little heavy
These pants have worked great for me. Not much experience with other paintball pants, so I don't really have anything to compare them to other than the old pairs of jeans and such I used to use. They're quite comfortable and the rubber padding inside the waist does a great job of keeping them from falling and making me embarrass myself any more on the field, which I already do pretty well w/o any help. My only complaint would be that they are a little too short, but I'm 6'4" so I'm going to have that issue with just about any pair of pants. Nobody seems to make them long enough for people my height.
Theye're a good pair of pants. Well built and comfortable, definately good for the price
-NDZ V2 bolt and spring kit
-JT 50/30 HPA tank
-Vlocity Jr. w/ Gangstar Chip
Well I just picked these up about a week ago, and took em out to play this weekend. They are great pair of pants, save for one factor. They are tight, so tight that you don't get a lot of bounces. Other than that they are a good pair of pants. Great price on these, I got em for 38$ and that also came with shorts and a pair of sliding shorts.
If your looking for a cheap decent pair of pants pick 'em up.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, April 4th, 2008 at 9:47 pm PST
I bought these for an awsome price off Ebay and i love them! I took these out to my teams field and everyone laughed at me cuz we were playing woodsball and i was not wearing cammo, but i got the last laugh because i was shot over 8 times that day and did not have one break! The knees are the best part o these pants, they make it easy to slide and dont hurt your knees like ordinary camo pants out of your closet. They have more pockets than you know what to do with and they have two slots for your squeege that fits it perfect and will not let it fall out when your running. The venting on these pants are awsome but if your just standing around under the sun they will get warm and make you sweat and stick to your legs.
Overall, I recommend these pants to anyone! Even for woodsball!
PM6 w/ UL frame
Checkit JR3 14'' barrel
Reloader B Diamond smoke shell
Crossfire LP 68/4500
These pants are just awesome. They are so comfortable and bagging to encourage major bounces. The cover everything thats inportant, the knees and the ankles. I have used this very heavily and they are showing hardly any signs of wear, they are built to last. You can be sure your buying the real deal getting these pants, they just help to make the sport more enjoyable.
Pirahna E-Force 2k3 w/ 12 inch J&J Ceramic barrel, Smart Parts feedneck, Empire Loader.
2k5 Impulse with SP Progressive barrel
Comfy, breathable, lightweight, non-restricting
Crotch stitching needs some work. I'd recommend adding some extra stitching yourself.
Well, I bought these pants from my local paintball shop roughly a year ago. I'm primarily a woodsballer but these pants are great for both woodsball and tourney. I love them. They're light-weight, tough, easy to move around in and breathable. The pockets and storage sleeves are great for just about anything you need. I can fit an entire towel in either one of the cargo pockets, attached on the legs.
Like I said, the only true weakness (at least that I faced) was some poor stitching in the crotch. I was playing one day, and slid on my knees towards a bunker, and heard an unpleasent "Riiiiippppp". Looked down... and sure enough, the crotch was ripped ,if only a little bit. Some extra stitching will help it. Better get your mommy to do that :P
I doubt anyone has had the same problem as me, because I have a particular playign style that has caused me to tear my jersey and cause tears in other playing pants as well, so don't trust me on this, heh.
All in all, these pants are great, and incredibly easy to find. I was lucky enough to get mine for roughly $40, so hunt around. You'll feel like a true 'baller wti these babies on. You won't be disappointed.
2002 WGP red autococker
Shocktech chrome hinge frame
Tickler inline regulator
Dye airport w/ dye drop
PMI 72 ci-3000 psi HPA tank
Redz tank cover(red)
Viewloader 12v Revvy
Smart parts red/black ion
Red composite trigger
J&J Ceramic barrel
PMI 72 ci/3000 psi HPA tank
Empire 92ci red tank cover
Proto switch EL mask
JT Tournament pants
JT racing jersey
Trooper serveci boots
Footbal uniform pants
Straight shot 14' squeegie
No Name battle swab
Empire barrel condom
Smart parts Barrel condom
The heavy weight bounces paintballs
Kevlar threads in knees tear
Padding dulls the fealing of breaks
When i first decided to pick up some new pants, these were the first i saw, and immediatly ordered them simply because the were only 45$. When i recieved them, the first thing i noticed was how thick they were in the knees.
In the first game i played in with these, i recieved multiple bounces on the legs and then, when they finally did break on it, the impact was dulled, so i ended up being pulled for playing on. The only thing you have to adapt to is alway, i repeat ALWAYS check ANY impact. It may only have felt like a graze, but broke.
These pants are very durable and i have had absolutely no problems with them at all.
Dye 03's, Ecko Sweat Pants <(hey we all did it at some point)
Alias Intimidator (black with blue sleeve)
18" Dye Ultralite (black back, blue tip)
Empire On/Off (blue)
Crossfire 45/4500 Tank
Virtue Board < GET IT
Halo B w/ Rip Drive and Virtue Victory Board (Blue)
A little heavy
Ive been using these pants for a long time now.
- The first thing you notice is the style. It goes with any jersey, red, blue, black. Anything.
- The next this is the knee pads. O they are so comfortable. Its like playing paintball on a couch. They dont rip, tear or anything.
- Pocket space. 2 squeege holders, one on each leg. Two big side pockets, for wallet and cell phone and stuff like that. Then two pockets by the waist for barrel cover/whatever.
-the vents keep you cool
Only thing is .... they are a little heavy compared to pants with no knee pads. I for one would rather have the extra weight for knee pads than no pads but thats me. If your not completley out of shape then these wont be heavy for you. If you are, get in the weight room!
Pants are pants but these are the last pair youll ever need.
Matty Marshall Signature Series WGP Autococker Karnivor
68/4500 pure energy tank
z-boarded VL Evo II
Dye Rhino tank cover
Duricel batterys lol..
The tough knee pads, alot of pockets
No protection for the groin area
more then necessary amount of pockets..
I was going to buy knee pads but these pands are amazing protection for your knees you can kneel on a rock it wont hurt, you can adjust the straps to fit your size its perfect, you got 4 places to hold your squeegee in it, its tough near the knees and the behind
Best paintball pants out there, cheap afordable comfortable built for paintball
I have had these things for a year and I use them pretty regularly. They are still in good shape (no tears, a little fraying). I love the fact that the knees have such great stitching and awesome padding! There are more pockets than one could ever need. I got them off paintballgear pretty cheaply a year ago ($55) and I haven't regretted it.
I ref sometimes on the weekends and even when I'm running around checking players they don't let me down. I know some have problems with the weight but you really don't notice it. The only problem I have with them is the lack of padding in the crotch and the backside. I like the newer pants because they all have padding in the crotch and in the back for slides or pods. That's my only complaint. I'd still buy these cause of price ($40-45).
Go and get these things if you're on a tight budget and need some good pants for playin.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, April 3rd, 2006 at 8:10 pm PST
Evil Scion (preset) 68ci 5000psi n2 tank
Empire B Loader
Great knee padding
Great bounce factor
Not very much lowerback padding for pods
Not very much crotch padding
These pants are one of the best I've tried and I've been playing a while. So when I came across these pants from a friend recomendation I was surpirised how well made they are and the knee padding they have. The knee padding is great and don't rip. The only thing is there isn't much padding behind the knee for protection of the joint. THe pants have great stitching that has lasted a whle year without a single rip or loose seem. The material that it is made from is very thick and protective, yet at the same time very beathable which is always a plus when you are looking for pants. There is a problem with the insuficiant padding in the crotch, but so far I have never been shot there but thats still a downfall. There isn't much else wrong with these pants they are very durable, dependable, look great and best of all don't cost alot.
I would recomend these pants to anyone that play paintball wether it be a beginer, weekender, or tournoment play these pants are great.