Tippman 98c w/ response trigger 16' Flateline Barrel Adco E-dot sight and Smart Parts Max Flow Air System
Its a gr8 mask. It has good ventilation and with thermal inserts it never fogs up. It is extremly comfortable and when you ref the bottom part folds up so you can breathe even better. What ever you do don't get gray if you like to snipe.
The flexy part has some advantages but i don't like it at all. Balls tend to get under it and all over your chin. Yeah i have had a few bounce offs but ...
Its a gr8 mask and I got it for $56 i have no clue why its so expensive up on top but all in all get it. It is one of the best i've seen. It has one flaw (for me) and its a minor one at that.
Everything! it is comfortable, sometimes I forget its on! The ventalation is really nice too, I never get too hot. The flex part at the bottom folds up so that you can talk which is a real plus when playing on a team or in a tourny
nothing really, it could have the bubble thing so you get 300 degreed of vision.
Piranah eforce vf
14 in. freak w/ steel back and freak tip
I just got these goggles in the mail yesterday, so I decided to do some 1 on 1 with my friend. In the process, I got hit in the lower portion of the mask. Wow! I couldn't believe that such a flexible material would bounce a ball like that, I was sure it would hit my face and break. Nice job JT
This mask simply doesn't fog
Generally good-looking, especially in burgundy :-)
nothing that I've found yet, although the profile is sorta big... no worries, only the flex part is big, and that bounces so if it gets hit there shouldn't be a problem
JT did a really excellent job, stuff like this is why I'm in paintball. Get burgundy!
Proteus, N'Vader, Proteus 2, some terrible Scott mask
Tippmann Pro/Carbine with 14" J&J Ceramic and Lapco drop forward
This has a great field of view, since it has a spectra lens. It hardly ever fogs at all, and never with a vortex fan. The flex mask sort of works, like half the time, so i guess its better than nothing. The visor is kinda low, but ti is really soft, so paintballs bounce off of it. Its quite comfortable. Its also really easy to take apart. It just snaps apart.
I have a proteus, but i have used my friends flex. The flex seems way too big around the mouth and jaw part of the mask. It kinda feels too far away, especially after using a protues.
This is a good mask. I would say that there are really two choices, this or a proteus. Between the two it is really just a personal preferance. There is absolutly nothing wrong with this mask, just whatever some people like better.I like the proteus better (smaller profile) so ill give it a 9
32 Degree without thermal lens, another words ZERO Vizabilty, Nothing worse during a game.
Spyder E99 14 " Dye Boomstick, Venturi Bolt, VL200 Standard
This mask does not Fog Up, I live and play in Southeast Alaska (Rain Country). Thermal Lens is a must. I have this mask set up with a JT Fan and have yet to turn it on during a game (Haven't needed to). Had the mask painted camo be cause we play in the woods, holds paint well.
Visor top is a bit low on the forehead, got nailed in the melon and felt it, A higher visor would be better for deflection, otherwise, wear a hood or scarf.
Overall, a great mask, Fogging was the biggest thing, if ya cant see, why play !!!!
Piranha EXT Pro black, 16oz co2, Smart Parts Teardrop, 12v revvy /w x-board
- does what it's supposed to do, protect your face
- never foggs up
- flex mask, i was once shot around the mask part and the ball just rolled downwards and then bounced off my sweater
- it's made by JT, which is a reputable company that makes quality products so you know that your eyesight isn't in danger
- takes a long time to clean when you get splattered/hit on the lens
- you gotta be careful with the thermal lenses
- it's hard to take the lens off and on the goggle frame
It's a very popular brand, you won't go wrong if you choose to buy this mask.
Brass Eagle Masks ( yuck )
Jt Invador ( pretty good )
Jt Proteus ( NICE )
02' vert feed autococker
Ricochet Ak loader
14 in. Dye Boomstick
Bob Long Torpedo Regulator
68/3000 Aci Bulldog II Nitro Tank
Very cheap..got mine for 54 shipped off
Comfortably ( unline the cheaper masks )
Foam feels very good,
Comes with thermal lens.
Flexible Lower Part
Very light..unlike my Invader.
You can actually breath with it on...unlike my invader.
The visor is kinda lopsided but not too bad...its also kinda hard to get off.
Lens are easy to scrach and kinda expensive to replace..also a pain to get out...but all lens's are hard to get out so it really dosent matter!
Very good mask...if i had it to do over againi would buy this mask again.
Super comfy and not bulky
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 1:01 am PST
Angel Ice Blue 2002 Fly,
68cu 4500psi Apocolypse tank w/ redz p-gear black cover & KAPP tear drop dp,
a 12" and 14" CP pro-series barrel,
2 dye volumizers (black),
WS Devil Tail black site rail,
CP Black Breech Knob,
CP Mini gas through grip,
and shocktech fly bolt.
This mask is great, Almost everyone on our team owns one. the lower flexible part of the mask has saved my butt quite a few times from elimination at tourneys. I'm a center mid player, if im out then the tapelines are open for the other team to expose and flank, ive taken at least 7 hits in the lower portion and have had no breaks out of any of those hits. Another perk of this mask is it's comfortable, the foam is not that cheap stuff that you find in 20 dollar goggles, it doesn't leave you with that scratchy itchy feeling after your finished with a game, and the goggle doesn't move around, in long runs, off the break of when going to bunker someone, it doesn't shift move or anything like that. The flexy bottom is good for those front players who have to hold their markers in tight. For the money you spend, this goggle system is worth every penny, with a 260 degree spectra lens u have a great field of vision and as I said the flexible bottom comes in handy. Great buy for the serious tourney or woods player!
The only bad thing about these goggles are that if you're afraid to take jaw or neck hits! The flexy lower half of the mask when hit low give so that the ball hits either your lower jaw or your neck, if you have a problem with that you may wanna go with a Scott or other goggle system that has a hard plastic mouth area and good neck protection. Other than that there is nothing else wrong with this mask!
For the money, one of the best goggle systems out there, and if you don't like how its a bit wide you should look at the proteus, close fitting and great for the front guys!
2002 Vert Feed cocker-Evolution 3way, Rock Reg, STO RAM, 12 in FREAK, Stabilizer, Supafly bolt, Rocket Valve, Benchmark 45 Frame
It looks friggin' awesome! Mine's clear and it kicks ass. They are so light that they don't move around on your face, and they have a great field of vision. With a thermal lense, they will never fog up, and they can take the vortex fans, if you really want one. I have had 6 shots bounce off my face so far, with 2 of those off my lens.
While the shots bounce, they usually just tear through and hit your face. That's the downside to the whole FLEX part. They also get deformed if you leave them ditting on something wrong or tie the mask bag too tight. The lens is a pain in the ASS to put in and take out.
All in all, a kickass mask that performs far better than the JT predecessors.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 1:17 am PST