• Wide 260º + vision
• Durable high quality thermal lens
• Hi-Flow natural ventilation system for improved user comfort and reduced fogging
• High level of protection and coverage
• Specially designed to fit small through large head sizes
• True OTG (Over The Glass) design
• High quality comfortable twin layer hypo-allergenic face foam
• One-year warranty
• Comes complete with adjustable visor and goggle bag
• Meets or exceeds all ASTM standards
• PMI stocks a full inventory of replacement parts for this goggle system at all warehouse locations
The Extreme Rage X-Ray Thermal Goggles are older, so while they may be available used and in a few cases new, they are not commonly available anymore.
Hard to see in the woods or on when the sun is not out
This google are pretty good, they did what they're suppose to, never fogged. The plastic is a little hard and the thermal lense can be hard to see out of in low light situation, especially in the woods. All my friends goggle were fogging up on the last trip and I was picking them out and taking everyone out.
Its a good google setup but if your using them in a low light situation, I would not recommend them.
Kaner barrel kit
Center Flag inline reg
E2 Blade frame
CP rail drop & function mini drop
Center Flag 70/4500
VL Evolution 2 w/ Z board
St!ffi barrel kit
DYE: drop & grips
CP: trigger, feedneck & ASA
VL Evolution 2 hopper
Thermal lens..doesn't fog (for me)
Hard plastic...bad rep
For the most part...the mask works for me...
I've never had any fog problems...it can be cleaned fairly easy. The mask provides good protection for the lower part of your face and your neck...the chin part drops down a bit to cover you up...I took off the visor and it seemed to increase visibility for me.
Comfort is O.K., the mask is made of hard plastic and kind of presses against my small ears on my big head, the strap seems to loosen up after about two of my hard running games (I tend to shoot to the front line on the break) but you just have to slide the adjustment buckle a bit and your good to go...
For a Thermal mask I got it for like $25 (eBay) so the price was not bad...about $5 more than a cheap non-thermal mask from Walmart.
For the price it's decent...V-Force has a much better mask but it's twice the price not to mention the DYE Invision & V-Force Profiler masks that a way better in every way but cost almost 4x as much....for $25 it not bad at all.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, May 18th, 2005 at 12:10 am PST
This mask rocks. being thermal its tougher to fog up, the field of vision is great, u see a lot of thing with periphial vision. Being a slightly bigger mask, its good for woodsball because u can camo it up. its not very wide though, so i could be used in touney ball too.
This mask is VERY good. pretty good price, and looks great. i recommend this mask to anyone, woodsie or tournie. very reliable, sweet mask.
Until now I´m using a tippmann M98 with Tippmann´s expansion chamber, 32 degrees hiper star bolt, 16" Night Stick barrel, armson screwdriver set, and custom made drop forward. In my new inferno T3 I changed the expansion chamber for an ACI subcero 4 stage, the grips, and an Stiletto drop forward, and a viewloader revolution loader.
Vision, light, protection, ventilation, and perfect to my face.
I ever used JT masks, and when I buy this one I´m not sure it is a good mask, but it was a surprise, this mask is better for me than other models I used. Is possible simply this mask adjust better to my face, I have two diferent masks more and when I compare the three models simply the most confortable, and the vision is better, the only think I don´t like is than this mask is only aviable in one color.
Test it, is not very expensive and it looks very coool.
Protection for your face AND ears. no fogging, comfertable, also cheap!
no leprechauns to deflect incoming balls
no mask wipers
no auto cleaning
I bought 3 these with a thermal blue lense but had to buy thermal clear lenses because i play woods ball and of course tinted lenses arnt ment for woods ball.
I picked them up for about $20 bucks.
These mask are the best so far that i have tried....and for the price you cant beat them. The mask are comfortable and have a very wide range of view. I dont see why you need a 100 dollor mask when this performs the same and looks awsome to very intimidating. It fits small heads and fatheads just fine even fit my 5 year old sister (funny).
they are VERY durable and cover great also i can hear just fine through the mask.
If your looking for a good mask for under $100 bucks pick this one up you wont be dissapointed.
Tippmann 98C, Flatline, Double trigger, Ricochet 2k, Lapco direct feed, 2pt sling, remote, 92/4500 bottle, thumbscrew kit, custom camo, red dot site
Compact for small heads, but adjusts for fatheads too
If not cleaned properly, paint will cloud goggles
Have used it in some cold woodsball games without any fogging whatsoever. The periferal vision is great- only vision that is hindered is the view of the ground directly infront of you, but that shouldnt be an issue, cuz noone should be there! Make sure you clean the goggle well with windex or something after each game.
A good mask overall for the baller with a low budget, but who wants the non-fogging goggle. Looks great and comes with a free bag! Highly recommended!
VL Orion, 20 oz. co2, pmi hopper, 12" spyder pirhana rebel barrel, Blue 04 dye sticky grips, Chrome 32 Degrees 04 expanshion chamber, Chrome CP flame drop
-Don't fog to much
-Thermal lens stand out
I have used this product for 3 months and it's ok. It looks ok and works good. They keep the sun out of your eyes and don't fog much. When everyone else is fogging up you are pickin 'em off. And definitely intimidating. You should buy these goggles. I took the visor off mine and it looks cool.
A little pricey but it is well worth it. If you have 90 bucks or the patience to save up buy invisions.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005 at 11:39 am PST