The Vectra Goggle System is Scott's newest incarnation of their Classic 'Stalker' design mask! New Features: Reinforced Ear Protection Flaps, Lexan reinforced hinges, Closed Foam Goggle Cushion for maximum comfort and long-term durability. Every Vectra comes with a free Cool-Lite Visor! NOTE: You should change your lens every season (more often if you are an active player!) Change lens immediately if you see any cracks or signs of damage!
The Scott USA Vectra Goggles are older, so while they may be available used and in a few cases new, they are not commonly available anymore.
none really, used some friends once in a while if need be.
JT 6.0 Excellerator, Empire Reloader, 16 in Tru-Flight barrel, and 20 oz CO2
Good face coverage
Good visual range
These are good cheap googles. They do tend to fog and have no real sense of style. But with some anti-fog spray you are all set. They do what they should, you can see good, the are comfortable on your face and ears. And they stop paint from hitting you in the eye and making you a blind freak. Go figure that.
Get them, save your money, don't get some expensive brand like JT that does practically the same thing as these... keeps your face protected. Don't worry about style and spend your extra money on upgrading your marker!!!
range of vision
hard to clean well after getting shot in the mask
This is an alright mask. It is very cheap, it shouldn't cost more than $20. It is lighter than other masks I have used so you can move your head around pretty good on the speedball field. Another thing that i liked about it is that you can remove the visor so you can llok hip wearing a bandana or hat on the speedball field. The things i didn't like about it: -It's range of vison is not as good as a jt
-I thought that it was not at all comforatable to wear
- biggest problem was that it so freakin hard to clean the lense. If you just tried to wipe a little splatter off, it would smear all over the place and you couldn't see. Even with lense cleaner this was a problem.
wouldn't really get it if you could avoid it. cheap but you can get a jt radar, v-force, or pmi mask for just as less. I would also like to add that the guy below is right, if you stay in one place they do fog up like no tommarow.
6 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, November 12th, 2003 at 3:16 pm PST
DOP drop forward
68ci 3000psi Air America nitro
12v Revvy w/WAS TurboRev
good air flow
This mask works like a charm. I have used a few other types and I have bought a second Scott mask due to the high level of comfort they provide. Lenses are cheap to replace. If you are moving the lenses stay free of fog. If you stay still they do fog ALOT!
Buy it and be happy. They are not the high dollar type, but they work just the same.
Tippmann A-5 With R/T and a car stock with a 14" tru flight barrel
Doesnt Fog (mine is thermal lenses)
NOthing found exepth the strap comes loose once and a while
All around it is my favorite mask and i camoed mine so it is even better it has everything you want in a mask and mine doesnt fog, it is very easy to keep clean and need little matenince. If you try to paint it like i did use stuff the sticks to pastic not the one for wood. this is the best mask as i said before and i doesnt need anything
Great mask. needs nothing with it unless oyu dont have thermal lenses the you have to buy de fogger
I love these goggles! they work really well for the price. i got them with my tippmann 98 and havent replaced them yet. they dont fog too easily and they dont feel flimsy. Another big plus is that the have a visor. I have used the visor a lot for blocking glare from the sun.
i believe they are perfect if you dont have much money but do need some decent goggles
These goggles are pretty good. They cover your face, what more can you ask for?? Well, for starters, they fog pretty easily. Just buy some anti fog spray for about 3 dollars to fix that. The lenses are kind of hard to remove, but all in all, these goggles are pretty good for the price.
They are pretty good, they fog easily, but anti-fog will do the trick
8 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, May 12th, 2005 at 6:32 pm PST