For the Pros who need the edge - Sperical lens for multidirectional, max-peripheral visiion - Biomorphic, soft-flex armor resulting in a low target zone - Quick-switch lens replacement system - Built-in ventilation for increased air flow - Clear-vision Thermocured Anti-fog Lens - Durable scratch resistant hardcoat - Zero-slip silicone pro strap, flexible sun visor and carry bag - Conveniently fits over glasses.
The VForce Morph Mask is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
BE $5 mask - That was a one game mask.. it sucked
VForce Shield - Great alternative!! I love the Shield and Morph line, I only bought a morph for the different colors and flex bottom (and it was on major sale!)
-Black Piranha EXT Pro G3
-10" DYE Titanium Boomstick
-White Wolf "Blitz" Delrin LP Bolt
-KAPP "Twisted" Autococker cocking rod
-Maddman "Rocket" Valve
-Custom milled striker
-Chrome CP Lightning Drop
-Chrome KAPP Railmount On/Off ASA
-AA Vigilante w/ LP Spring
-Clear Warp Feed w/ 12V mod and on/off
-Most optically correct lenses
-Great fit, very comfortable
Nothing wrong with these guys!
The VForce Shield and Morph masks are excellent!
-Optically correct lenses. The lenses are shaped like your cornea to ensure excellent sight!
-Great for glasses wearers
-Quick-Snap, super fast lense changes
-"Shield" comes with neck guard and chin strap
-"Morph" doesn't, unless your store owner gives them to you, cause he's cool! :)
-Great ventilation and paint protection!
The best-looking and best-working masks on the market, period!
gen 7 b2k
zent 15 degree asa
kapp delrin detent
freak kit w/14" AA
clarity, easy to clean, comfortable
i do not know of any yet
If there is any place to not skimp on cash, this is it. This is head an shoulders (sorry) above every other mask. If you ever, and you have, needed to clean the inside of your lens then this is the mask for you. When they say you can have your lens out in 10 seconds, that is with out hurrying. There are a variety of lens tinting for function and style. To put it best, my wife went out to ball. She played with her spectra and tried the morph. There is another morph on the way to my house.
The best and most innovative system currently out. Until a new removal system comes out, I wont even try another mask.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, June 9th, 2003 at 4:34 pm PST
Black PMI Piranha STS G3 w/ Powerfeed
Smart Parts All-American 2002 barrel w/ 12" Freak front
Chrome Palmer Pursuit Stabilizer regulator w/ gauge
Mako Storm electronic trigger frame w/ ELCD screen
Ricochet 2k agitated electronic hopper
Shocktech Drop Forward
20oz Co2 tank w/ anti-siphon, butt-plate, and neoprene bottle cover
- Thick but soft foam don't chafe and makes the mask extremely comfortable to wear
- Extremely wide field of vision
- The distortion-free optics really work
- Never fogs up
- Five second lens removal. This was what convinced me to replace my old nVader with this one.
- For those players who wear glasses, THIS is the mask for you. The nose bridge keeps your glasses on your face so it doesn't shift out of place when you're running
- Looks awesome with mirrored lenses
- Expensive. At $70, it's almost three times the price of my old nVader, but it is worth it!
- A little tight around the eyes, but you get used to it quickly
- That's it. There is nothing wrong with this mask, I love it!
A very, very good mask. It's expensive, but otherwise has no flaws.
If you think this is a little out of your price range, you can get the V-Force Shield for $30 less, only you don't get the flexible bottom, but you do get a neck protector.
wide field of vision
the visor attaches with these stupid little o rings that are a major pain in the but and very easy to lose. Also, the foam around the lense part began to come off right after I got it, but I just reattached it with rubber adhesive, and no problems since.
After being constantly frustrated from playing woodsball in humid New England Summers and not being able to see a damn thing do to fogging, I went out and bought the most expensive mask I could find,hoping that its quality would be proportionate to its price (not mormally a good idea, i realize), and I'd finally be able to see. Mission Accomplished! Works great! I'd give it a ten if it weren't for the foam coming undone. You spend close to $90 on a mask, you'd figure they'd attach the foam right. Also, the visor attachment system could be better ( i hate those o rings). Still m way better than most masks out there, but then again, you pay for it.