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.
Light, comfortable, Never fogs, gives great protection to you ears, neck, and ears
the pads around the ears fall off, but it doesnt make much of a difference
Great quality for how much it costs. Great protection for your whole face. Doesn't hurt at all when your shot anywhere on this mask. The flexibility is awesome, doesnt fog, really comfortable, got the SPECTRA goggles, which are awesome. Unfortunately not scratch resistant, but oh well. Has a buch of different colors.
This is an all around great mask.It is very comfy and it is also very light.The spectra lenses have years of development behind them and have evolved into a great product.Great mask for the money, it is a much better value than the proteus or invision and those arent as comfortable.
I love this mask and there is nothin at all wrong with it so far.If you want a mask that performs with the best than this is the one for you.
Jt Proteus, the Pro-Flex is much light and I did not have to use my fan which was always on when I use the Proteus.
ANS GX-3 Chaos, Dye Stainless, N2 68-3000 tank, 12 volt Revy with X-board
Light, does not fog (even in rain), good protection for lower jaw and chin
have not received a shot in the ear ,could be painful
This mask is a lot lighter than the Proteus mask. I will have to wait for a ear shot to see if the very thin foam ear protection offers protection but it was not a priority when I bought these. I played in snow-freezing rain this weekend for about four hours and I didn't need to turn on my fan once.
This mask is worth the money, the Dye mask and the Proteus are much more expensive. Excellent protection for the front of face.
2002 vert. cocker, freak barrel, wgp hinge, sto bolt, orracle pneumatics,88/4500 pmi tank
reflects balls, super comfortable
none at all
best mask on the market, you dont see the dye reflecting balls now do you it doesnt hurt when u get hit either if u have the money then go out and buy it its alot cheaper then the dye to . best mask ever buy it and u wotn regret it
best mask on the market. better then the dye. more comfortable and cheaper. and it reflects the balls
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, April 1st, 2003 at 1:09 pm PST
Spyder Imagine,Dye Ultralight , Spring Kit,Ricochet 2k, Shocktech Drop Foward, Dye Attack Pack Harness, 20 oz. c02 w/smart pats degrees on/off valve, 2003 JT Proflex Mask.
Very flexible.(hence the name proflex) Sometimes a paintball will bounce. Blue looks cool!
Hard to take out lenses.Crappy ear protection but can be fixed by wearing beanie.
Very Very flexible.(hence the name proflex) Protects your face. Sometimes a paintball will bounce off the lower flex 7 part. Really hard to take out the lenses. But, I guess the more I take them out the easier they will be to take out after that. Not very good ear protectiion, but you can fix that easily by wearing a beanie.
GET THIS MASK! It is a little bit pricey, but isn't everything in paintball? I give it a 9 because nothing is ever perfect.
Cobra Mamba IR3 - Dust Black with tatoo
68/4500 Air America Armegeddon
14 inch titanium Longbow set.
Light, light, light. You don't feel the mask at all. The Spectra lense is a plus too. No fogging, the only reason I have a fan on it is because i kept mine off of the Proteus I sold. This mask actually covers your chin unlike the Proteus or the Dye Invision.
You can pick colors that match your team.
The foam on the ears is thin. I played with it and was worried, unitl I got hit there. it's not that bad. If you are not into the foam ears, you can get the proflex and replace them (If you want the colors), or just get a base Specta or Flex 7.
I used this mask and the Proteus mask recently in downpouring rain. The Proteus required the fan the entire time to keep the fog away. The Proflex didn't require this at all. I didn't notice an advantage in hearing my teammates with the Proteus. They could also hear me just fine. So I didn't see the advantage of the Proteus in these areas. I don't use my visor usually, but since it was raining I did.
I highly reccomned this product. If you like the Proteus, go for it. but the Proflex is tight,...that's probalby why the pros still use them. Hope this was helpful.
JT soft stream
The basic start up masks
dark angel ir3
mine has been upgraded to a pro-flex but is exactly the same
They are very comfortable by far the most comfortable
balls bounce whenever hit at the right angle
never has fogged a bit
the looks sweet
nothing really just if u can't take the pain it will inflict if it hits the flex part of the mask don't get it, but if u can take the pain or confident enough that u will not get hit DEFFINATELY GET IT!!!!!!!!!!
Worth every penny and i have used every competitive mask out there and its by far my favorite
Scott BadBoy Thermal Mask, JT X - Fire, JT Proteus, JT Alpha 2000, Standard Scott mask. None of these masks compare. They just cant touch the "proflex" (currently mine is just a JT Flex - 7 with the flexy ears, which is basically the same thing without the colors)
2001 STO Autococker, Palmers Mini Rock, Eclipse Mark III hinge, STO ram + 3 way, Evolution Bolt and pullpin, KAPP cocking rod, KAPP beavertail, KAPP gas thru, STO drop forward, Maddman rocket valve, 12 V with xboard and HALO B (no preference, its a field decision) Angel AIR
The Flexy bottom is great, i love the bounces i get outta it. the soft ears are good for hearing, ive yet to get shot with them and theyre very comfy. dosent hurt my ears like those stupid plastic flex ones. thats a big plus overall.
the flexy ears dont always stay perfectly in and mounted like the plastic ones, but thats ok. just a small flaw.
i only use the best, hence why i use this mask! wish i could give it higher than 10. i took the Proflex over the JT Proteus and id do it any day. Perfect amount of cover and compactness with comfort! ever since i got mine, everyone at my field has wanted them!!! great product, id reccomend to anyone. and if you really dont like the colors, or already have the Flex - 7, do what i did and just get the Flex - 7 and put the solf ears on them. A+ product, from the pro fields to the rec ballers, a widely used and excellent mask!
Black magic A/C, Hinge, Bomb,Halo B, PMI 45ci 5000psi with T.H.O.R
Still flexable but less than my IZE so less painfull face shots.The flex 7's i've seen seem to always come with the visors bent into wierd shapes, this one came looking pretty good.
My previous Flex7 came with two lenses, one tinted and one clear, this does not. Mine seemed to be made for a very small head, with the band fully extended it was still pretty tight. The pieces of foam near the ears fell off the second I got it out of the bag, the same as every other flex 7 style mask i've used, why even put them on?
Good product. Worth the money just nothing really new from the other styles of flex 7's.