* One piece dual molded mask
* Dark smoke thermal lens
* Micro fiber bag with 2nd lens (clear thermal)
* Dual density foam
* Includes brow shield and visor
* Color matched strap
* Color matched metallic logos
* Micro fiber goggle bag
The Empire Vents Avatar Goggles are newer, so they should be commonly available, both new and used.
extreme rage mask and some others that were off brands.......
ive got a spyder electra
16 in smart parts barrel
warrior clamp feed neck
draxxus pulse loader with rf chip/with speed feed
3000 psi pure energy tank ca
and i have alot of proto gear (hope to get a pmr)
wont fog up
Its a little small at the top but just were a hat or sumthing
This mask is a killer mask tons of people who dont wanna wast a hundred bucks on the empire can get an avatar for 80 bucks which is great looks almost identical its got a great shape ive been shot in the side of the face where taht extra padding is and bounced off (wow i thought i was out ) and i love how the rubber is supper flexable so if you have friends with big faces(*haha) then its fits right in it has good foam that wont rip out very easy.
This product is a must looks great and matchs most gear nicely so go ahead buy it in the kit youl get a second lense bags to carry stuff stickes and other junk......
I've used these puppies in the heat and humidity in the woods with no wind and they didn't fog. I find nothing wrong with these goggles except the top visor part being a pain. if they fog they get replaced, they don't fog. even though i'm quick like a puma, i got shot in the face with these on and they clean easy and lenses come out easy. there a 10.
They are a good buy, i tell it like it is. plus you look like darth vader with them on and that scares people.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, June 18th, 2007 at 6:07 pm PST
It has nice soft foam for a comfortable fit. it also has soft rubber for bounces. the only problem for me was that it didnt cover my jaw or part of my chin, thats just because i prefer a bigger profile mask. it also comes with an extra lense and each are crystal clear
v force grillz, I3 pros, crappy jt masks (not proflex)
ion, empire fuel 70/4500, vlocity with lithium battery,empire tank cover, empire revolver barrel, q lock, virtue board, virtue qev, virtue breakbeam eyes, white body kit, dye inline hyper reg 2, TechT L7 bolt
Gets lots of bounces
2 lenses (tinted and clear)
Price (you pay for quality)
Never fogs even in the harshest weather conditions
Not much ear or forhead protection (preference)
people get jelous of you and they might get stolen =]
Great, best thing on the market in my opinion, this is a good buy.
tippmann a-5 w/ a flatline and a air thru saw stock, r trigger and a forgrip
Comfortable, very easy to take out the lenses, no fog, comes w/ two lenses
None really, you get what you pay for
Let me start this review by stating that, although I have not had extensive experience with other masks as high end as the vents avatar I do believe that this is a good mask for the price. It comes with a solid hard case that is reusable and easy to throw in your gear bag. The mask also comes with two thermal lenses, one clear one tinted, something I have yet to find with any other mask. As for comfort the mask is exceedingly comfortable, along with a huge field of vision (I can barely see the edges of the lenses when it is on) creates a feel of almost having no mask on at all (I mowed my front lawn with it on completely un aware of it being there). Its quick lens removal system allows for easy cleaning and speedy swapping out lenses to fit the weather. Due to the thermal lenses and the “venting” of your breath out of the mask, fog is near non-existent, even in humid New England weather after a torrential downpour. Some people say due to its rather closed design when you talk loud not all the sound escapes and therefore is very loud to yell in the mask, I have not found this to hold more truth than any other mask I have tried
I think that this is a good product and a good price, although a little more expensive than other masks, its well worth the extra dollars. looks are a matter of preference, i think it looks great, but this mask also blends functionality into the mix. i give it a 9 because nothings perfect.
proto matrix rail pure energy fiber 68/4500 tank egg 3
Light ,Sexy,Dosent fog up ever great viewing area can see every thing
I love this mask it is so light and sexy it will never fog up and the feild of view is so good u can see the hole field its not like some masks that you can hardly see out of it
if ur looking for a good mask this is the one oo and i forgot to say its flexible wich is good to better chance of a bounce .
I think if eney one wants a new mask for $89.99$ its worth it
tippmann a5 w/e-grip
apex barrel system
smart parts progressive barrel
Some times got a few bounces
Low ventelation (ironic!)
This was my second mask I ever owend, and lemme tell ya, this is a great mask. Even though it had low ventilation and a bit of an echo at times it was still worth the envestment, and when my mask got old and worn out i bought the e vents, just cause some times the hard ears on the avatar hurt my fat head!
Smart Parts Impulse with Tapeworm
Custom Products Roller Trigger
Shocker Clamping Feed Neck
Custom Made Drop
Redz Pepper Stickz
View Loader Vlocity Jr.
Easy to Change Lenses.
Easy to Breathe.
Nothing Else I Can Think of...
Ok, let me just start by saying that I am a rec player, so these haven't seen any tourney play. I do play around San Antonio, so these goggles have seen the Texas heat and humidity
Flexible- There are flexible parts along the bottom of the jaw and up to the ears. Unlike the Flex 7's there are little padded parts under the flexible parts that stop paintballs from bending the rubber and hitting your jaw.
No Fog- I have played with these things all day and not once have I had a fog problem.
Comfortable- Like I said, I have worn these for hours on end and they feel great, better then any others I have worn. Though, my experience in that field is limited.
Two Lenses- The Avatars come with both a tinted and a clear lens. I use the tinted one more often then not, and it does its job very well. Each lens is very well made and you even get a bag for the extra one.
Easy Lens Changes- All you have to do is turn the strap ends up, slip the lens out, put the new one in, and twist the strap ends back down. Easy as that, takes me less then a minute to do.
Easy to Breathe- I've read it here and heard it from people at the field, and there is no truth to the hard to breathe myth. The whole front of the goggles are full of holes, trust me I've tasted a whole lot of paint through these holes.
Price- The only real cons I can see is the price. I got mine new for around $90. It's not too bad if you think about the fact that you get a great goggle system and an extra lens.
This is the best pair of goggles I've ever used. Though some people may say that it's hard to breathe, its not hard at all. I think that these rumors surface when the Avatars are compared to goggles like the Flex 7's. I would gladly sacrifice a few holes for more protection of my face.
This mask is cool. I like the soft ears better but thats okay. This mask is the e-vent but a little more comfortible somehow. With a wide feild range of sight and a comrotible fit on most people its a great buy. They dont fog up either. You wont be dissopointed.