A pro's choice from the start, this new system incorporates the world's best selling goggle; the Spectra™ with our world-famous soft ear protection. The state-of-the-art Pro-Flex® mask provides superior face protection using JT®'s unique insert molding technology. This gives the player a rigid upper mask for ultimate protection with a soft lower to conform and move. Add the 7visor®: and our infamous thermal lens and you've got a winning combo. Performance, comfort and versatility - now available in all the hottest colors to make sure your team looks as good as it plays.
The JT Proflex Mask is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion on the comments page.
Period of Product Use:
1 of 6 people found this review helpful.
More than 5 years
Similar Products Used:
Jt flex-7 IZE, Jt flex-7.
Spyder Electra w/ chrome java tuck tite drop forward, chrome storm frame, ACI 4 stadge exspansion chamber, 12 volt smoke revie. and a 20 oz on/off.
looks cool, comforatble, light easy around the face.
soft ear pads, wide sides they stick out.
These are great masks as far a comfort goes but for saftey they are horible. the ear pads suck!!! they giv no protection. I got shot in the ear from about 50 feet away and the pain was horrible my ear was swollen for weeks. The mask worked for the time I had it but I quickly replaced it with a IZE after seeing the far greater protection of my bros flex-7.
Get a flex-7 they are identical to the pro-flex but with far better ear protection.
Some other masks, but the aren't similiar at all
Lapco Bigshot 14"
Lapco Vertical Mount
Bob Long Torpedo Regulator
Java feed neck
Modified Stock Bolt
Phyco Ballistic Pro Drop
Ricochet 2k and Centerflag 3000 psi N2
All I can say is wow. When I got this mask I thought that it would hurt if I got hit in the ears or lower jaw. But when I did, it didn't hurt at all. Instead they bounced. It was great. All I can say to the people who says that it hurts when you get hit in this mask shouldn't have this type of mask.
This mask is great because of its light weight and flexability. It also vents better then the previous masks that I've used. But the best feature by far is that almost everything that hits this mask bounces. In my first day of play with it, I had at least five bounces.
Another good thing about this mask is that it's comfortable. Compared to the X-Fire, this seems like it to good to be true.
Its great, besides the fact that it cost me about $64 at my local store, but its worth every penny. So if your looking for a light, cool, and comfortable mask get this one.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, August 2nd, 2004 at 12:52 pm PST
Wrath and stuff.....not to important at the moment
Provides enough protection and gives a decent. Very light. Affordable
This is a pretty good goggle system. The super special bounce areas on it......have never worked for me. The soft ear protection doesn't do much for protection. I took a shot in the ear from about 15 feet away and it wouldn't stop ringing for like five minutes. The flex area in front has never gotten me a bounce. But besides all this stuff its pretty decent. It's light and fairly affordable. Personally i prefer the Proto Switch over this.
This is a fairly decent goggle system. If anything I'd say go for the Switch or the Profiler though. try it out and see how you like it though.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, June 4th, 2005 at 6:11 pm PST
45 4500 air america melee tank
flexable mouth piece
hard to take lenses out
but other than that a very good mask
-when you wear this mask you dont even know its on and you look like a pro
- flexable chin piece creates bounces
-at first i was not sure if the foam ear pieces would be hard enough to stop a paintball from leaving a welt on your head but they did, got a paintball in the ear from 10 feet away didnt feel anything and it bounced
feels good on your face.
removal of lens is a pain
This mask feels good on your face, like second skin. light weight and fog resisent. I bought this mask for 55.00 very good price. I took a few shots to my face, cheek and ears, also got gogged a couple times a few bounced and the balls that broke I hardly felt.
This mask is a wise investment. Fits your face and your budget. This is a very fine piece of equipment. You will not regret buying the ProFlex. Get it if you need a mask.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, August 11th, 2004 at 12:17 am PST
Jt nVader, X-fire, Tried a Dye invision on before, does that count?
Light weight, spectra wide view lense
I picked this mask over the Raven NVX and the Dye invision, but only because the lense is cheaper and easy to replace. The foam is super comfy and the mask is light. My first day out with it and I took bounces off the flex part. Jt offers every part you need if you have to replace anything on the mask too.
Jt rocks...But I do like the look of the dye and the lens of the raven. Go to a pro shop and try them on first.
This mask is really good (cause if i wasn't why would dynasty )
This mask is made for the pros and pros arent worried about protection they dont want to be shot out. People complain about JT's new "soft ear protection", but it is not made to protect (which it does very well anyways) it is meant to bounce balls. The soft ear pieces kind of make a little pocket between your ear and the guard so if a ball hits the ear piece it wont heart because it is not touching the ear piece and the ball WILL BOUNCE. This mask in compact, compfy, and very safe. It comes with an awsome lense and a visor. It has interchangeable earpieces and color coordinated lense rim and strap.
Really good mask, dont be affraid of the ear pieces. Not one thing wrong
Rock Ir3 with dark drop and dark barrel
68/45 Center Flag tank
Light and sweet looking
you deffinently feel the shots when they hit it anywere but the lens
I like it best one ive had yet. No real complaint i took one to the ear and it just bonsed and that was from with in 20ft. I like how it has all the soft parts for that extra chance of a bounce. It has good visablity. You can hear just fine with it. Doesnt mess with the talking. Your kneck might be a little exposed but a 10 dollar kneck guard will fix that.
Buy it ive always said the mask is more important than a gun so if you want the best here it is
lightweight, comfortable, best looking mask on the market
ear protection is lacking, but nothing to be alarmed about
This is my third mask, and more than likely my last. I purchased it because of its high quality in most areas but also because IRONMEN uses it... which should tell you a lot. All materials are high quality, lens is thermal as opposed to just having a chemical coating, it's engineered particularly for light weight and comfort, and like i said before, it's very good looking. Field of vision is rivaled only by spherical vforce models. uhmm on the subject of ear protection... it will prevent you from sustaining any injuries whatsoever, but i'd imagine that it would hurt more than usual if you were to be shot there. Though personally in my years of experience iv never been shot in the ear. it's 50 bucks, which is a decent price.
good. pros use it. nothing wrong with it. don't let the fear of a nil chance of getting shot in the ear... and having it sting a bit more... discourage you from getting what in my opinion is the best mask in the market.
Comfortable with glasses
Doesn't move around
Somewhat hard to change lens
Looks a bit ugly
A guy came into the store and asked "What's better, the Invision or the Proteus?" The answer: "Honestly, the Proflex." I agree.
This mask is the most comfortable I have ever worn. It's very light, doesn't bounce around too much at all, fits anyone well, quality made, the Flex piece is harder than my Ize(which is good) but still more than soft enough to bounce balls, NEVER fogs.
It's expensive and lens cost about $45 Canadian. Don't take them out very often or you will snap the tabs.
The best mask I have ever seen. Get a regular Spectra if you don't want the soft mouth/ear pieces or coloured parts.
More comfortable than the Invision and Proteus by far, smaller than the Vforce, and doesn't fog like the Raven.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, May 10th, 2003 at 9:45 pm PST