tippmann model 98
14" J&J ceramic barrel
20 oz tank
9 volt revvy
holds pods verticly
pods dont fall out
does not bounce
a little uncomfortable
I like this harness soooo much. I had a VL pax ball hauler before and it was always bouncing and it was too small. it also was pulling my pants down when i run but that is fixed not i have this one. If you read a bad review about something ripping or breaking its because they abuse it or dont take good care of it. I got mine from some guy off ebay and its been used a bit but when i got it there was no problems at all. Sometimes it comes with the pods when you get this harness depending where you buy it. The material is rugged and is verry sturdy so its not a cheap type of harness. It also has a co2 tank holder on the back so if you have a remote or hose you can use it. Ive heard from some people that if you have the tank in your harness sometimes the material will rip and the tank will fall through the bottom. I dont use a hose so i dont know whet would happen. Ive also heard sometimes the buckle just suddenly snaps off and breaks but it hasnt happened to me so i dont know much about that either. The harness is uncomfortable because im a boney person son the pods press againt my hipps and it kinda hurts but thats cuz im boney.
Overall i give it a 9 for being a great harness and for the uncomfortableness. but i still say to buy this. A+ harness
Raven Nexion, Lapco bigshot barrel, WGP drop, Bob Long exp chamber, Shocktech supafly delrin bolt, halo hopper.
It's a harness.
Holds a sufficient amount of paint.
Very poor sticthing.
140 round tubes are a pain.
Nice harness if you are playing some scenario or woods. I didn't care for it too much for the sole fact of the pods sticking out too far for comfort. When I attempted to put 140 round tubes in it, they were a very tight fit. I have since sol this harness and bought an EZ 4 down pack, I like it a lot better.
I now regret my purchase and wish that would have spent that extra 10 bucks but hey, what ever works.
5 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, March 29th, 2005 at 12:42 am PST
I purchased this product when I was just starting out in paintball, and did not know too much about the sport. I only purchased this product because my friends had done so, and I needed something fast. Needless to say it was a big mistake. First off, the belt on this harness was very uncomfortable and could never retain its shape or tension; as a result, the belt slid off very easily, and usually at the most inopportune times. I got bunkered one too many times because I was trying to readjust my belt so I could make a move, instead of playing the game. And then after playing with this belt for two days, the plastic buckle snapped, rendering this pack useless. After that occurred I used the belt just as a tube hauler. Eventually I purchased a reinforced plastic bucle and replaced the stock one, but I turned around and sold this product, frustrated at the timee and energy I had wasted on it. In all honesty I was glad to have had that pack, because it taught me a valuable lesson not to be an impulse buyer, especially in regards to my paintball equipment. If you want a good pack, invest the money and go get youself a slam pack; it holds more paint and is extremely comfortable.
Do not buy this product. It is poorly made and barely carried out the function of being able to hold paint. Spend the extra money and invest in a good pack. Try on people's packs and play with them for awhile before investing in a pack so you can get a feel for what you want. DO NOT BUY THIS PACK!
a-5, e-grip, flatline, remote line, 4+1 pack, and a 20oz Co2 tank with anti-siphon tube
Strong 6" belt, baglike co2 holder, verygood velcro!, usefull poket for squeege or something
you ppl got the wrong bag!?!?!?
This is a GREAT harness.
First things first the picture above is of the pro-line pack... WHICH do suck!
The 32degrees ezpack 4+1 is an amazing pack for $20!
This has a bag like thing to hold the C02 which means no ripped seams!
Holds 140 pods easily
I am a small person and it fits pretty well until you start running then it bounces. You need to buy the suspenders if your a small person. $10 I give it a nine because it doesnt come with them but THE PICTURE ABOVE IS THE PRO-LINE! DONT BELIEVE THE OTHER POSTS THIS IS A GREAT HARNESS!
2k WGP vert autococker
12" DYE boomstick
ANS front pneumatics kit w/ qev's
ANS GX phase II reg
Shocktech supa fly bolt
Kapp fx beaver tail
Sys X drop & on / off
HALO B w/ rip & Z-code
68ci. 4500psi. Centerflag hyperflow 420 hpa.
68ci. 3000psi. Crossfire hpa.
Stock valve, hammer & springs
I get to complain about somthing
THIS PACK SUCKS!!!!
It fell apart on me in a couple months. The whole thing! clasp, belt, all of it broke.
I was running and my tank fell through the bottom of the pouch. The whole thing just shreded otherwise I'd say it was just an isolated defect.
The camo is no good when it's covered with duct tape!!
Recommend this to your opponents and watch them burn!!
Dont buy it unless you are brane ded.
1 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, March 10th, 2004 at 9:34 am PST
Armotech Mars Evo
remote and 20oz
Zues G2 with quick cap
holds everything well
very thin and weak material
doesn't hold 140rd tubes
This was my first harness and didn't want to spend alot of money. I always used it with 4 100rd tubes and a 20oz take. The first day I took it to the field I saw that this guy I knew had just bought the same harness as me. When he went to put it on the plastic buckle broke. After that I was real careful with my harness. About 2 months after I got it started to fall apart. Its been 4 months sense I got it and im always giving it to my mom to sew back together.
Well you get what you pay for. I spent $15.00 on this and it was probably worth that. I won't highly recommend this to anybody but it does get the job done.
A-5 Tippmann, E-grip, 32 Degrees Drop Foward with Psycho Ballistics On/Off, 14 " DYE Xcel, Crossfire 47ci 3000psi HPA system, Dead On Paintball Double trigger and Rear Velocity Adjuster.
The belt holds way enough paint for many games and it's cheap.
The belt freakin jiggles to much and can be annoying.
The belt holds a lot of paint for many games. It's also pretty durable and it's cheap, I got mine with a remote ( which I don't use anymore) for 50 dollars plus a free 20oz c02 tank.
The material is cheap, and rips easily, but no complaints, just a few scratches. The belt also wiggles when you run so it gets kinda annoying hearing your balls rolling inside your guppies. It is also a hassle to put them back in speedball, which can take a lot of time.
I would recommend this belt for anyone. The belt is cheap and it's usable.
The only reason I gave it a 8 is that it wiggles too much and makes your profile a little bit higher in speedball. ( makes you wider)
8 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, October 4th, 2004 at 4:40 pm PST
AKA Lightning Bold
AKA Evo Style Pull Pin
Eclipse Blade Hinge
Black Magic Regulator
Shocktech "Bomb" 3-Way
KAPP Spyglass Beavertail
Madman Spring Kit
J&J Edge Barrel Kit
- Cheap - Under $20
- Excellent 1st Harness for entry level players
- Durable - Has lasted me 2 years! (I don't use remote)
- Easy to clean - Just hose it off, and hang it!
- Horizontal Tubes - This became a problem as I entered the tournament scene, but for rec-ball in the woods and such, this is fine!
- Loose - I am a small build, but I had to put suspenders on this pack when fully loaded to keep it still
- Moves causing broken paint - when running, I would find that a ball would break in my tubes! This may be due to the paint, but i think the pack jiggled too much
This pack is the perfect pack to your entry level player, but will eventually phased out for them because it is a horizontal, and moves...But for under $20 with tubes, you can beat it!
The best thing about this set-up is the weight of the tank is not on your marker. It holds plenty of paint for a few games (if it would only last a few games). Good camo for woods fields. Wide belt for support.
I used this harness for two fifteen minute games before I noticed the shredding seam in the bottom of the tank pouch. The material that is sewn on the inside of the harness tore like paper at two of the seams. The Velcro that holds the tank in place seams second rate.
I think that 32Degrees would do much better if they would use stronger material for the main camo part of the harness. People would pay 5$ more for a product that would stand up to the abuse of play. They were very quick to send another to replace the damaged one(I got to keep the defective one to try to repair ).
32* 4+1, 32* 6+1, 32* rhino deluxe, brass eagle 4+1, brass eagle 6+1, jacko 4, jacko 5, jacko 6, jt slam pak, warrior 4
Bob Long Intimidator Classic Custom Paint Job
12" JT Black and Chrome Barrel
Original Stock 12" Barrel
Green Shark Drop forward
WGP Autococker Regulator
Dye Gauge on the low pressure side
Delron self lubricating bolt
ACI Bulldog 2 68ci 4500psi Nitro Tank
Mithril colored Nitro tank nipple with coil mounted to the drop forward.
Black Neoprene Tank Protective Cover
32 degrees Green Barrel Condom
Black 12v Revolution Hopper w/ X-Board
these harness comes with the pods in most places, the price is alright, there is nice padding on the back which allows great back support when it comes to long games. the camo is nice if that's the theme you're playing and want to match. the material feels very durable, there are velcro straps to prevent pods from falling out. there are also clips which allow you to use suspenders if you choose to.
the camo could be good but also doesn't look too nice when it comes to looking good. i'm not too much of a horizontal harness fan. the velcro helps in keeping pods in place but the velcro will also slow you down in speedball games
the harness has a bit of a stiff feeling or maybe it's just me. there is nice padding on the back which gives you greatsupport for long games. comes with tubes so you don't have to spend extra $$ buying more. the buckle is snap in like a seatbelt.