Designed to fit players of all sizes, the GameFace chest protector (DMCHP) is constructed of flexible ventilated nylon panels, suspended in a lightweight mesh vest and features adjustable hooks and loop straps. Machine washable. Great for abosrbing the impact of high-velocity paintballs
The Game Face Chest Protector is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
-20oz/12oz Pure Energy CO2 tank
-Extreme Rage 200 round hopper
-J&J 16 Inch Ceramic Barrel
-Covers the right areas
-Can still breath
I've played 3 days and probably 4-5 games each day with this thing, and it sure hasn't failed to protect me. I have to say, I can barely feel anything when I get hit on the chest or back, and its suprising because the chest protector is so light.
If you hate getting hit or you need an idea to persuade your parents to let you paintball (my case), get this chest protector...it's fricken sweet/
After being shot point blank in the chest the last time I paintball, my doctor said I'd better get some protection. So, I looked around and found this vest. I had to buy it online because my local store didn't carry the brand. The vest provides really good protection. I got shot up pretty bad but no pain nor welts on my body. It looks bulky but you won't have any problem moving around. The only time when I realized I was hit was when I felt a thud on my back (no pain either). Good vest.
Good product. Better than the other wimpy neoprin vests.
Covers both front and back
Purchased mine for $13.00. Vest has a mess interior and exterier which allows for good ventilation. Padding is contained inside mess and is cut into small plates that bend and conform to your body. I noticed no problem with mobility. I have noticed it takes all the sting out of being hit in those sensitive areas. But, you do know you've taken a hit. Does what it should!
It's only short coming is that it doesn't cover below the belly botton on the front and about 5 fingers above the belt in back (i'm a big guy), but you fanny pack or pod hauler should cover the open areas.
I'd buy it again, even at $34
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, September 29th, 2004 at 2:50 am PST