The official U.S. Army Ranger performance goggle from Tippmann® features an advanced anti-fog lens. It's made to fit your style and your game with an ergonomic frame, a quick-release lens, cosmetic-grade face foam, and a fitted visor. 160° vertical and 260° horizontal vision offers the ultimate field of view.
-U.S. Army Ranger performance goggle from Tippmann®
-Advanced anti-fog lens
-Cosmetic-grade face foam
-160° vertical and 260° horizontal vision
The Tippmann Tippmann US Army Ranger Performance Goggles are newer, so they should be commonly available, both new and used.
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Great field of view
This mask is pretty good for its price, its just that when it fogs it is terrible! Ive played in the rain about twice and it was better than a rental mask, but not by much. On a cool day when it is sunny tho this mask will do just fine.
I do not recommend this product because it has extremely bad fogging problems.
I have been playing paintball for a long time, my first marker was a PGP pistol. I have used many different types of goggles, and I must say I am very disappointed with this product. It fogs terribly. The lens are easy to remove and the unit cleans up nicely. But the fog issue is without question the worst possbile thing that can happen when wearing goggles.
I would not recommend buying this product due to the inability to prevent fogging.
Lens is easy to remove
Perfect camo for desert/sage areas
I like the field of view on this mask, and it is not uncomfortable. I did not have any problem with fogging, but we play in the desert, so I am not sure how it responds in cool humid areas. The digital camo pattern is great for the light clay/dirt and sage areas we play.
The big complaint I have, is the mask is entirely too small for a normal adult head. The ears and jaw line are barely covered, and the plastic is pretty thin on the edges (I took a nasty hit to the ear that left it bruised).
For the price this isnt a bad mask for a small person, but I suspect there are better.
I was ref at my local field when a player came up to me with a BAD case of fogging, so we switched masks.I've seen these masks on the net, so I was curious about them. Disassembling the lense is quite easy and makes cleaning the lense a snap.So I thoroughly cleaned the lense, and added some fog tech, and ran back onto the field.Lo, and behold, it fogged up badly in five minutes! So after that match, I went back and cleaned it again, with no anti-fog. For the next game, I fogged up in five minutes again! There isn't much covering of the ears, but it does have good visibility.I really thought this would be a better product, it looks as if the angle of the lense would prevent fogging, but I was very disapointed with the lense. The mask is BREATHABLE though, so I really don't get it. If there were a fan available for the mask, it would be much better
I really wouldn't suggest buying this mask unless you're the type who enjoys walking into trees because of fogging up.
2 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, September 12th, 2009 at 9:53 am PST