The Spectra ProShield system features the hard plastic Proshield mask, the original and most popular of the Spectra family. This system is designed for those who prefer the protection of a rigid mask. spectra goggle systems represent the most advanced family of modular protection available for the paintball industry. This premiere family goggle system offers 260 degrees of peripheral vision, superior fog elimination, comfort foam and a host of luxury extras, making your choices unlimited. The ProShield is the safest protection for any age or playing level.
The JT Spectra ProShield Mask is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
JT 4.0 stock w. remote
VL 200 hopper
gets alittle hot
hard to take apart
The Spectra Proshield goggle system is probably all you want from your goggles. The basics. It doesn't fog, it has a great field of vision, and it's comfortable. The foam around the lens is very thick and comfortable, but it tends to get soaked from sweating as the goggles tend to get alittle warm. The Proshield offers enough protection and is guaranteed not to screw up on you. So far, I have found no problems with the goggles and I will continue to use them until they get worn down.The lens have also never fogged on me. Anti-fog does destroy the anti fog layer on the inside of the lens, so you should never use an anti-fog spray in conjunction with the anti-fog lens.
If you wat a great, rugged and comfortable goggle system that won't fog on you, get the Proshield
Tippmann Pro/Carbine with Lapco drop forward and 14" J&J Ceramic
cheap (35$, thermal)
good field of vision
hard to take apart
Its the basic Spectra system. Its really cheap, and has the benifits of that lens, as opposed to a elite. Its comfortable, due to the nice foam. On the downside, its all hard. You wont take any bounces. It kinda shifts around too. And the profile is far larger than that of others. For the price, it is great. The Flex-7s and Proteus's are wayy better, but are more expensive too.
Its a simple, comfortable, good mask. Well worth the money. I would suggest it to anyone who doesnt want to spend alot. You get what you pay for, a solid mask. If you want more, get a proteus.
All around Protection
See all around
It fogs up after about 20 minutes suggest an anti fog spray
Its great like I said its cheap, great protection, you can see all around you, so light and comfortable you forget your wearing it only bad thing is that it fogs after a while even with its fog resistant lens it would prolly work fine with some anti fog spray.
Its good mask if your a beginner or you have a low budget like me just make sure you get some anti fog spray with it fogs a little.
JT spectra flex 7, dye invision, JT x-fire, JT nvader
Angel ir3 c+c/pewter fade, 88/45 pure energy tank, kapp drop zone 2, 12v revy(suprisingly keeps up)
-its so comfortable that i forget its on
-wont fog up
-stays on when diving into bunkers
-cheap, i bought it for $23.95
well, sometimes the screws that hold the bottom piece of the mask come loose, and If you get hit on the botom piece of the mask the ball breaks where as the flex 7 doesn't. Also it can get a little hot in the sun and the band starts to itch If your not wearing a beanie or hat.
I would recommend getting this mask if you are a beginner or at an intermediate level player. If you are going to play alot or in tournaments, buy the Dye Invision.