This two-tone pant is a 12 pocket design; the 2 back pockets have a Velcro closed flap: double front pockets are cotton-lined and extra deep (the inner one has a Velcro closure): the 2 side pockets are gussetted for extra storage and host an inner squeegee pocket for your flex-swabs: 2 long leg pockets hold your straight-shot. To top it all off, the lower legs zip off at the knees for post-game wear, plus we¹ve sewn ballistic nylon to the knees for superior durability! Stretch crotch, button front, elasticized waist and drawstring cuffs.
The JT Pro-Series Pants are older, so while they may be available used and in a few cases new, they are not commonly available anymore.
they look great. has great feel. the knees and going down the shins are padded.
they can rip after alot of sliding. they r good for back players though.
they look great and have sweet looking pockets. the legs even have long squeegee pockets on both sides. it works if your left or right handed. very confortable. buy bigger size then you normally wear. I normally wear a 32-34 but i had to get a 36. the colors of black and gray go with any jersey or accessories.
I recomend buying these pants because they r cheaper then others and work just as well.
MacDev Cyborg and Conquest aIR, and egg with y
Empire Timmy with crossfire air, and halo
The size fit me a tall person just right after 1 wash, the material used does NOT get dirty easily and u can just wipe it down with a washcloth if u have to make it look new or clean, the reinforced knee area but makes u sweat a good bit there on hot days, the zip off knees are VERY HANDY. and the pants have tone of good pockets and 2 squeegee holders,
My only complaint ids th stitching which comes loose in few areas after a shoryt while,
It is worth the 50 bucks u pay for them.
Great pants but the tournaments series pants are a little better, dut dont have zip off legs so im sticking with these great looking pants, WEAR THEM EVERYWHERE.
cnc xmag dust black to red fade with the 72ci 4500psi flatline halo b and a left warp feed
tons of pockets!
make sure you get a bigger size than what you are, because there are no loops to loosen or tighten them. the pants have pockets all over them, awesome. even a place for a leg squegie. the pants are real durable because the material has a lot of layers to it.
Smart Parts AA barrel 14 AA & 16 Teardrop fronts / Dye Stainless 12
Bob Long Torpedo
Bob Long VA adapter
Maddman Rocket Valve
32 Spring kit
Dead on Paintball Drop Forward
Empire Reloader w/ Java feed neck.
20 oz. Pure Energy w/ wasatch ballers siphon kit
Lots of pockets
Pocket for squeegee is pretty big
I really like it. Looks really cool and you got tons of pockets for anything. Really comfortable too.
And if it gets too hot, just unzip and wear knee/shin pads when playing.
be careful though, you'll most likely drop your squeegee. I lost one today. They're pretty long too.
If you can get it cheap, then it's a good buy. Otherwise, you might be better off with the Tournament pants.
JT 5.0, PMI Razzor 14", Polished Internals, Trigger Job, Evlution II with Y Board, Anti Siphoned CO2.
A bit long when you first get them.
These pants are a bit expensive, but are definately worth it.
They are rip proof, and are great for a front player.
The only problem I have had with these pants are that they are not good for short people.
I ran em through the wash a few times, and they shrunk, so now they fit well.
You will never have any problems with them, and they look great, so you can wear them to school also.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, December 24th, 2003 at 4:44 pm PST
Blue 2003 BKO, zenitram Z-grip, tantrum skull pull pin, benchmark offset cradle, 68/3000 crossfire, eVLution 2, J&J 2-piece 10 inch
tough-ass-pants. elastic and zip waist.
a bit pricy. velcro sticks to pants in wash, it'll tear.
the JT pro-zips are good pants. they outlasted my redz, but that doesnt really count cause i had my redz pants before the JT's. anywho....JT makes good products. they've been making moto-cross stuff for years so they know what durable means. what they dont know is the meaning of the word "cheap". now they're good pants. but i can buy paintball junky pants, or some raven pants for 10 to 20 dollars less. and in my opinion they are just as good. i know that JT's are cheap compared to that DYE garbage, but A) my daddy doesnt buy me my gear, and B) i dont wanna throw down half a pay check on ONE pair of pants. its ridiculous. so for 45-55 bucks, these pants are good for the price. anything above that, go for RAVEN or PJ.
ok so lets review for those of you with A.D.D...good pants, a bit pricy. not too hot. use the zippers and dont be a retard. they're not bullet-proof but they'll last. dont be "that guy" and have ya daddy buy your stuff for you. you'll appreciatte what you have much more when you work for it.
2003 WGP Autococker (red)
WGP 2 piece classic barrel
red dye stickys
Black magic bolt
WGP cocking rod (red)
Shocktech drop (Black)
Empire On/Off (black)
Shocktech Angled beavertail
12 volt revvy (red and black)
green vortex impeller
Java preset 68/3000
Redz tank cover (blue)
pockets, durable, zip apart, price
none so far
these pants are awesome. they have 4 different pockets for squegees and 8 other for more stuff. if u get hot in these pants then just zip off the bottom to make shorts. the material is really durable and has not yet ripped and shows no sign of wear. the price was pretty awesome. when i was looking for pants i only saw the dye and jt tourney pant s,they were both 80, then i saw these which i liked more than the other 2 and i checked the price and they were only 60.
these things are great, they are very durable and zip off into shorts. they are also feature packed for the price of 60-70. i would have to say that these are the best pants around
03 Vertical Feed Autococker
12 in. Dye Xcel
Palmer MicroRock Regulator
CP Flame Drop
Crossfire 68/30 hpa tank
Pockets start to rip
Bottom starting to rip
These pants are really good for just about any kind of play, the front material is very durable and probably will never rip. It's just the pocket covers and the bottom of the pants are starting to rip on mine. They are very hot, very hot... But if you wan't durability, then they will be hot.
Awesome pant. Kinda pricey but they will last you quite awhile.
These are my first pair of actualy paintball pants. They are pretty nice! the only bad thing i can think of is one, they can get hot, and two, the straps on the pants can be torn rather easily. That said, these pants are pretty damned good. Not the best looking pair, but how many pants can be turned into shorts? not many that i can find. Also, there are two pockets on both sides of the pants, one regular and one right behind it with velcro. So you could put say, your condom in one, and an on field tool kit in the other. There is also a pocket on both legs for a strait shot squeege. The knee protection doesnt really work, however. I have yet to have these pants rip, though.
Nice pants, good quality, and a nice price. Look into a pair if you dont want to spend a lot of money, but want a lot of function.
freeflow cocker, mac dev conquest, dye boomstick, power light 2 peace,
none that i know of, will post it if one occurs
strong, lots of pockets to carry stuff in, nice squeege holder, durrable, can unzip part way inbetween games to vent the ol' legs out, rugged i was sliding on gravel 2 days in a row for tournys at grc(7 man and 3 man(took home a 1st and 2nd)) no rips, look nice, and cost less
great pair of pants that look good, hold loots off stuff, can get beat and will not become beat, cheap, get a pair, y not?