14" PMI Razzor
pure energy 3000 psi nitro
VL Evolution II
A little uncomfortable (When u sweat alot like me)
This is a good mask. It's cheap and it works great. The best thing about it, I would say is that it doesn't fog. I breathe a lot, and really hard and it hasnt fogged on me yet. I like it but it's not very comfortable when you start to sweat. It protects you completely. And also, when you clean it, it cleans completely- not like others. Others, when you clean them, they will scratch or just smear the paint.
I give it a 6 just bcuz the padding around the edge isn't very comfortable.
Of course, the MOST important peice of equipment you can own is your mask. You can play paintball with a $20 pump gun and a handful of paint you picked off the ground, but you absolutely can NOT play without goggles.
That being said, masks should be the nicest, most-cared-for peice of plastic you ever own.
THAT being said, you don't want to waste your time caring for something that's going to fog up on you in the heat of a game, leaves you feeling like your head has twice it's weight, or makes you feel uncomfortable because of flimsiness.
Luckily, the JT Spectra has none, I repeat - NONE, of those symptoms.
Not only are they light, the general comfort of the foam and padding make you seriously check to ensure you're still wearing it. Through 40 degree cold and 90 degree muggy, sweaty weather, these things refused to fog. The only way I've found to make them fog is it to look at the mask and exhale on the lens. Even then, it only fogs for 2 seconds, and that's breathing directly on it. (If you're doing this while playing a game, you're not wearing them correctly. I insist looking at your nearest teammate and copying them.) The plastic is hard enough to protect you from a direct hit, but soft enough to score off a couple bounces. Real easy to communicate through, as well. I had no problems hearing my buddy 20 yards off.
Cleaning them was easy enough once I got home. The sides, bottom, and visor all come off without too much effort (Yes, some effort is needed, I realize this. Would you want a mask that came apart when an acorn hit it?). Rinse them with water and let 'em dry. The goggles? Do the same, just don't use anything abrasive to clean them.
zap zxs 444
pink revvy w/ elbow
20 onz tank
i wear jt pants and a killing for badlands t shirt and a beanie
Light anti fog....i think
Its a very nice mask and thats why i still own it its was kind of big at first but i took of the visor and bought stuff for my head now i love it this mask may not be "agg" but it sure is good i got many bounces on my first day but then my luck ran out so yes any way on to my conclusion......
Skirmish rental googles (who knows what brand?)
VForce Armor Mask
2002 VF Autococker
WGP Swing Trigger
WGP Black Magic Venturi Bolt
Freak Barrel System w/ 12 Freak front
Field of Vision, Antifog, comfortable
Fragile inner coating on lens, sort of difficult to change lenses
After using Skirmish's rentals I purchased this goggle system over five years ago. A few lenses and many a games later, the goggles are still comfortable and work great. I have attempted to take great care of them and they have treated me well over the years. They provide great protection for the head and even the neck. The line-of-sight for the goggles is very good, I am sure there are better, but I have had no issues picking up people in my periphery with these. The insulated lens works great, but the inner coating is really fragile so you have to be careful when cleaning the lens. The one knock on the system is the changing of lenses. At first it takes a lot of figure and hand strength to remove and replace the lens. However, once you get the hang of it is isn't all that difficult.
I would highly recommend this lens. And websites such as Action Village occassionally have $20 deals on these goggles which is a steal! Buy it, you will not be disappointed.
This is a very good mask, and I highly reccomend it to everyone, it does not fog at all.
The mask fits my face and still covers everything. The only problem is the screws might come loose, but just use some locktite or something. It is very well made mask, nice and sturdy. The last time I was playing, it was 40 degrees, and I was running and
worked up a really heavy sweat - no fogging at all.
If you are looking into getting a very well made mask, get this one
Thermal lens, when smuged easyly whiped out, and basicly everything
It hurts your ear when wore to high
Ok when i first got this mask (today) i was 32$ new at badlands 20% off everythin in store...then i wore it...the mask it felt good...it came with a chin strap it was pretty comfterble and if u wear it to high it will hurt your ears
Very good mask...it was this mask or a 30$ radar..retal lol
Smart Parts Ion w/ Yellow body and grips, QEV, and clamping neck feed
Pure Energy 68ci 4500psi tank
Empire Reloader B
-good against fog
-isnt as nice looking as Invision or Vforce profiler
this is overall a perfect mask. Very light and Strong. What i liked most was how I can play all day and have minimal fog in the lense. My only problem was its looks. Although not ugly like those damn scott masks, it doesnt impress like the Invision(modern art masterpiece) or Vforce profiler.
i would recommend this for anyone. its green color is usefull when in the woods etc. Because of its kinda dull appearance i give it a 9
VForce Profiler, i bought one of them when they came out, and used it for a month or two before going back to my spectra. Have tried on just about any other mask out there.
2003 Belsales Evolution Autococker
eclipse nexus ram
68/45 maxflow with gas thru
2002 Black Shocker Sport
NDZ Blade trigger
Dye sticky grips
16 inch AA and 14 inch freak kit
68/45k maxflow tank system
Silver Evolution Cocker with race
Comfy, and never fogs up on me. Ever.
The profiler has greater vision, thats about it
I bought a JT spectra mask when i was first getting into paintball, 3 and a half years ago. I've been using it ever since. It is the most reliable and comfortable mask i've tried so far, being more confartable than the DYE invision and more reliable than the vforce masks. simply put, it never fogs up. Ever. The profiler, after 3 new lenses, fogs up after having it on for 5 minutes. Thus, i never use it. I've been out in rain, 95 degree heat with 100 % humidity, and my JT has never let me down. Once the flex 8 comes out, i'll probably get one of them and still hold onto my spectra as a backup.
Old faithful. No problems in 3 years of heavy usage. foam never tears, and lenses last a long time. It will never fog up, and with a yellow lens you can see everything.