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Number of Reviews: 7
Average Rating: 5.9 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: N/A

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t-wellz1 Saturday, February 23rd, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
2 years
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
Empire 2k4 pants
Empire 2008 contact pants
Marker Setup: ICD Promaster
32 degrees shark drop
32 degrees macro kit
Planet Eclipse rail
Planet Eclipse on/off asa
PMI Pure Energy 68ci/4500psi
Empire Reloader B
Strengths: Cheap
Durable
Low profile

Weaknesses: Ugly
No pockets
Ugly
Review: First of all i had these pants for 2 years now, during the first year i had it my team laughed at me so i bought empire pants. The empire pants were to big so i stuck with these. Later i bought 2008 empire contact pants ( best pants ever! for 150$!)

POSITIVE:
So i had these pants for two years now, no rips, no tears no nothing, so its VERY durable. the knee pads are very thick which i like, ( there the thickest knee pads on pants that i know of) the pad runs down from your need to your ankle. they were the cheapest pants ever i got it for 20$ brand new. the jt logos on your thighs are pretty big and protects you from incoming paintballs. Basicly if you were to get hit on the front of the pants it wouldn't hurt a bit theres padding from your thighs, and knees to ankles which i liked lots. You can also adjust how tight the pants are around your waist with a belt that comes with it.

NEGATIVE:
The first time you wear these to your local field or w/e people are going to stare at you and prob laugh behind your back. The pants are literally like wearing tights. But i guess thats low profile :P Another issue is that these pants do not have pockets so your gonna have to carry your wallets n stuff elsewhere.
Conclusion: Awesome pants extremely durable, cheap! i suggest these pants for everyone. i would say get one of these as your backup cuz there only 20$! if you dont mind looking funny get these!!!!!!

im rating this a 7 because 5 is an average
Rating:
7 out of 10
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spike_ball999 Sunday, September 17th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
32 degrees pants, cargo pants and camo pants
Marker Setup: Pirahna Evo SE (with Evil Detonator Reg)
Evil Driver Barrel
Evil on/off ASA
AC Derlin bolt
CCM Mid-rise
12v VL Revy
LP Crossfire 70/4500
Strengths: Affordable
Durrable
Padding
Comfortable
Weaknesses: No pockets
Belt clasp
Limited colors
Review: Paintball pants are expensive, so I got these as an affordable alternative.

First impressions:
Good looking and fitting pants (you have to get them one to two sizes too big to make sure they're not overly tight). The inner lining is nice and soft, but there's no pockets or ventilation.

After use:
Affordable - That's one of the first reasons I got these pants. I think they're one of the few, if not only pants that are under $20 and have knee and shin padding built in.

Durrable - I was doing many slides on all sorts of terrain (wood, grass and dirt) and no seams have popped yet nor are there any tears in the fabric.

Padding - As I already mentioned, they have built in knee and shin padding which is very flexible but not constricting and also at the same time just enough for slides and such.

Comfort - Very easy to move in these pants, but again, you do have to get them a size or two larger so they will fit right. The shin area has a spandex-like material on the back. Not overly baggy and they don't drag.

No pockets - Pants usually have pockets so not having pockets was kind of odd. Although it's not like you're going to be carrying everything onto the field with you. I use a climbing clip for my key/lanyard and my jersey has a pocket already, so no problem for me. I could see where someone would want to use a pocket for a squeege or a barrel plug. Pants need pockets.

Belt Clasp - The belt is a thick and somewhat sticky rubber. The only thing that holds your pants on is a plastic pressure clip. Of course there is the zipper and the metal button, but the belt keeps them where you want them. It definitly needs to be something better for the belt clasp.

Colors - There's three, but only two are commonly available. Red and yellow or yellow and orange. Olive is EXTREMELY rare. To some this matters and I really do think they should have at least one more option like a blue or something. Maybe even a grey.

Ventilation - There's really no ventilation but I didn't seem to be dripping with sweat in these pants nor was I feeling a breeze through them. It's a neutral feature.
Conclusion: Overall, these pants aren't bad, but they're not the best either. They'll be good for the beggining or intermediate player, or even the advanced player who only goes out on the weekends, or every other. Make sure you get one or two sizes bigger just to be sure they fit. These are definitly good for their price with the comfort, but if you can't live with the colors or you can't live without pockets, look on. Otherwise, look into these pants.

My rating would be 7.7 if you could do that here, but we'll just round up to an
Rating:
8 out of 10Last edited on Monday, November 27th, 2006 at 12:53 am PST
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jtusa132 Friday, June 23rd, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
none
Marker Setup: autococker tri pro, pmi 72ci ,dye boom stick, empire reloader b,
Strengths: The pants are very durable, and are very good for sliding.
Weaknesses: The pants are kind of tight.
Review: these pants work great if you are a front player they slide very well on AstroTurf . These pants are good if your on a tight budge. I bought these pants because they where very cheap 16 dollers off of firstcallpaintball. I had these pants for 6 months and still no tears, and i play every weekend. the pants kind of get tight by the ankles, but nice and baggy on the upper half.
Conclusion: I recommend these pants if you do not have alot of money. or do nor want to spend alot of money on a pair of pants.
Rating:
8 out of 10
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Spence_tl-x Monday, May 8th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Jeans
Marker Setup: 06 Proto Matrix
Halo B w/ rip
PMI 72/45 stubby

Spyder TL-X
ESP C.A.M.DElectronic trigger frame
Viewloader Revy with x board
Strengths: Im turining them into shorts to wear around at tourneys pefore play.
Cheap!
Weaknesses: Tight
Uglyish
not baggy
Review: Ok well these look good in pictures. There not terrible pants but there not for everyone like me. Above the knee, they fit very loosley but below that, the back is made of a spandex type material. If your a really really little guy you would fit into these fine. Im by no means big but they fit to tight to my legs. They dont even have pockets grr.

A few months after buying i bought the JT 05 tourney pant. They kick ***!
Conclusion: These dont suck but if your somewhat serious about paintball, i wouldnt recomend them.
Rating:
4 out of 10
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landon_sask Thursday, March 30th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
none
Marker Setup: ICD Promaster
kila magnetic detents
cp reg
trinity t-lock
DXS Pulse
Strengths: Price
Quality material
Weaknesses: Tight around ankles
material isnt the best
No pockets
Padding
Review: I also got these pants at canadianpaintball.com for $20-$30. So for that price I had to check them out. So last week I took them out for there first day. And the first game I did some slidding and they didn't tear. They also slide very good they dont grip the surface and the padding isnt all great tho but wut do u expect. After the whole day of slidding on differn't surfaces not one tear, just a little mud. But even tho it was a cold day I could feel my legs getting a little hot so in the hot temps. you could get hot but im not sure. And also I hate that there not baggy! There are no pockets so thats a downside. They fit tight so order 2 sizes over your normal. In the theigh area there nice and baggy but from the calf down the tight.
Conclusion: I would have to say to get somthing better unless all u want to spend on pants if $20
Rating:
4 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, December 3rd, 2006 at 5:13 pm PST
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kevopinko Thursday, March 30th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Strengths: CHEAP!!!!
light!
good for sliding,
a good amount of padding
Weaknesses: Not exactly visually attractive
only one color available,
knees are not made of durable material
Review: I got these pants for 20 dollars Canadian, (www.canadianpaintball.com). With that kind of a price i couldn't resist. they are do not make you feel hot, but there are cooler pants. They are super light pants, they fit nicely, and are easy to slide in because of a closer to body fit. the lower knee of the pants is skin tight, with padding for the knee and shin area. The padding does not weigh you down, and is the perfect amount. the knee area is not made of a super material and because of this it would be easier to rip then most pants, but through out my hole day of paintball, with lots of sliding i didn't do so much as make the slightest tear, the pants were in awesome condition.
Conclusion: For 20 bucks, 16 USD, these are awesome pants. perfect for the beginner, or anyone on a tight budget, or if you don't want to spend 80 dollars on pants. These are very good pants with a unremarkable price.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, March 30th, 2006 at 1:42 pm PST
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QuiksilverMV Monday, February 13th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
1 year0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
None
Marker Setup: Diablo Wrath (Red)
Halo B w/ Rip Drive
Dynaflow Regulator w/ Bonebrake Lung Tank
Strengths: They don't fall off
Weaknesses: -No Pockets
-Bad Quality
-Tight
-Look Bad
-Get Really Hot
Review: I originally bought these pants on a tight budget for $25 at FIrst Call Paintball. I though since they were JT they would be good quality. They were pretty tight and I looked like a circus clown. I was playing at my field in the summer and because they were tight and they were made out of bad material they got really really hot fast. Also the second game I played with them I did a knee slide off the break and the top knee pad tore open about 4 inches.
Conclusion: Not good quality don't buy these unles you're a beginner and want a cheap-o pair of pants you could care less about.
Rating:
1 out of 10
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