The Freestyle Packs from 32 Degrees are designed for aggressive players who need freedom of movement as well as versatility in a pack. Each pack has velcro closure flaps to hold tubes and additional neoprene sleeves in between to hold additional tubes when needed. These packs are designed to fit within the small of your back to keep your target profile low. A side benefit of this design is that as opposed to other bulky or combersome packs this one feels as if it is a part of you. It doesn't get in your way or restrict your range of motion. The belts used these packs are sold seperatly so that you can find a size that is a perfect match for you.
This pack is compatable with the REDZ BELTS.
The 32 Degrees Freestyle Pack 5.4 is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
In the picture it looks really cool but the thin is you don't get the belt with it so you have to .buy one separately or just use a normal belt since i didn't want to wast my money i used my own belt the pod pack when full is super heavy and it pulls your pants down which isn't good its nice to have a but load of paint with you but not with this if you want to bunker people its not good but it is good if all you do is stay back and off load paint on the enemy its all so good if some one bunkers you since its so big there's a high chance of them hitting it it wont hurt as much.
Its not that bad if your the type of person who says back so it wasn't good for me.
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A couple of those cheap java packs....this pack is much better than those but ive used some NXe packs and they make this one feel cheap as hell
Ion and alot of upgrades that i dont feel like taking the time to fill out
Good pack for beginners and intermediate players....holds ALOT of paint...durable....cheap
gets ALOT of bounce when you put more than 3 pods in there
This pack is a good pack... but it gets alot of bounce whic slows you down...i personally dont like this pack at all...what so ever. But i dont have enough money to get a new one so im stuck with it so if i where you dont get this pack, nothing exactally wrong with it but nothings is really right....if that makes sense. Save up and get a good pack that doesnt get a crap load of bounce and that ull enjoy wearing....
Save up and get a good solid all round pack....but overall if u really want it this isnt a bad pack
-Pure Energy 48/30
Holds a lot of paint
Can't think of any
I just got this pack last friday (June 30th) cuz I was sick of using my 4+1 woods ball pack that I got to use with a remote setup I no longer have. It's pretty cheap only 25.00 canadian for the pack and the belt. Thats the only downside although very minor, the pack dosent come with the belt, its only $10.00 on top of the $15.00 you pay for the pack and you can use it with the other freestyle packs that 32 Degrees makes. The first time I put it on and used it (about 5 mins after I bought it) I was very happy with what I had bought, it dosen't bounce when you run..AT ALL and the pods are easy to get to and just slide easily into your hand. It also comes with pods (140rd tubes), which you'd have to spend like 13 bucks extra on if it didn't come with them. It also holds A LOT of paint, fully loaded with 140s in the 5 main slots and the 4 elastic sleves this pack holds around 1260 balls... just over half a case of paint. Very comfortable aswell, dosen't bounce as I said above and for the amount of paint/pods it holds it has a pretty small profile and dosent stick out very much, looks nice too.
Overall this is a great pack and I would reccomend it to anyone looking for a cheap but quality pack. I'll post an update after I give it its firt big test like a tourney or big woodsball game.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, July 2nd, 2006 at 7:03 pm PST
proto 1 piece barrel
32 degrees drop foward
Durable holds pods tight ,low price,looks good.
It is stylish comes in good colors. Holds pod's tight. Just as good as the redz packs and looks the same yet 20 bucks cheaper. I L-O-V-E it! I mean it is just what I wold exp[ect from a known company like 32 degrees. My whole team is useing them now and we have had absolutly no problems. I recomend using the redz comfort belt its about 20$
JT packs, PMI, Dye(equal), and not all that much else.
Nasty Impulse Vision w/ upgrades
Evo II with Z-board
Freak back w/ Stainless Steel Inserts
Price and durability
Pods are hard to get in and out of the elastic loops
This is a great pack from 32 degrees. Even though it is hard to get pods in and out of the elastic loops, this stops the pods from randomly falling out of the harness. Any kind of pod will fit into this harness, from 100rds to 140rds. This harness is very durable and the price is great. You can get a cheap harness and an expensive belt, and it works perfectly, like any other harness and belt. IT is great for backmen. It is a great harness, so backmen should buy it.
this is a great harness at a great belt, doesnt come with a belt
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, June 9th, 2004 at 12:38 pm PST