none really, I played for a game with a friend's redz 3+2 pack and that was really nice
'00 black Angel LCD
It fits snug with pillow on, quite adjustable.
You have to pull to get pods out whereas on the Redz they fall out.
It's a good pack. I payed 50 for a 4 vert with pods used only three times from a friend. Redz are good too but they're really expensive at my field and I liked this one anyways. It fits really nicely (I have approx. a 28" waist). It looks cool too. The pod pulling thing really isn't a problem.
Good pack for what I payed. Works great. Seems very high quality. I've had no problems so far. 4 vertical is a perfect pack setup for me.
the pack wraps around your body real well, it does not shake at all, the pods go in and out very well. but before you play you gotta break in the loops by leaving pods in there for a few days, than the pods will be able to slide in and out with ease. its very comfortable cus its got a pillow to hold the pack in place. and it stays tight cus it has 3 layers of belts to hold it in place
this is one of the best feeling packs ive tried. its nice and comfy. the belt doesnt shake around or fall down your legs.
smart parts impulse, rats guts including ND valve, freak system, HSW I-frame, ND low rise, Jackhammer 2, ND valve cap, evo 2, and 45/45 pmi tank
comfortable, good looking
hard to get the pods out of the +pluses
this is a good product it hasn't ripped after its been played with for a year every other weekend. My only complaint is it is pretty had to get out the pluses and virtually impossible when playing tight I've had about 3 pop open trying to get them out of the pluses. Don't get me wrong though it is very easy to get the pods out of the non plus ones Again it is great looking and the pillow is very comfortable
Redz 4 down pack, Woods ball all-star camouflage 4 down plus tank pack
2002 Shocker Vert Feed Vert Reg, Blade trigger, werm mod bolt, worr drop forward, freak, 12 v revy with impellar, 68 4500 fiber wrapped paintball wizard edition nitro duck tank.
Great Durability, and the pillow! you gotta love the pillow!
Not really anything. You dump a pod every now and then.
Stellar pack, not really 65 like the MSRP. I got my 4 down for about 45. The plus system is really useful, if they had them when i got mine i would of got a 3 plus 2, but SOL. This pack comes with the dye name, and with that comes the dye quality of the product. I've had mine for an entire year, and it's still going strong, iw ouldn't exchange it for any other pack on the market right now, except another dye.
They rock, so buy one. The fact of the matter is, every tournament player needs a pack, and this pack is where it's at, goes really well with dye pods. Nice tight pack, I've never been hit in the dye pack in a tournament game with the exception of being bunkered. Easy to use, and supremely comfortable.
It looks nice and is comfortable, holds pods securely, just lets the pods open prematurely when you slide into a bunker thus paint spills all over the place.
Belt not made to fit adults, had to send back and wait two months before they got around to making the belt my size which is 34 waist. When sliding into a bunker, pods get forced up and when you undo the velcro to get one out, the paint spills all over the place and you get blown to hell.
Dye needs to fix that problem with the paint spilling, because of pods opening, I really dont understand why this gets such high ratings when the Redz pack doesnt have this problem, and is about the same price with a belt that fits.
Unique pro gear is the only other pack i have ever used and the dye kills it.
I have an airgun designs e-mag with a dye ultrilite barrel, Ricochet 2k, 68ci nitro, and shocktech drop forward.
My other gun is a diablo LED matrix with the alligator trigger, shocktech front reg, a bee-hive reg, a pbc mid rise with smoke Halo B, and a shocktech dropforward.
The dye attack pack is truly an amazing product. It very very snug and fits all sizes. It has a pillow bulit into it so it is very very comfortable. and it is easy to take the pods out and put them back in.
There is no bad part about this product.
It has dye writen all over it so it must be good. My experience with this product has been nothing short of amazing.
redz dimension, 32* 6+1, viewloader 2+1 (sucks), and turtle pack.
Black Magic cocker 03 (blue), gladiator reg, freak barrel kit w/ ss back, wgp flame drop forward, 12v revy w/xboard, and crossfire 68 3000 fiberwrapped.
Really comfortbale with the pillow
Pillow can be taken off
never moves while i wear it
Holds the pods really snug
can hold a lot of paint
easy to put on (much better than the web belt packs)
Made by a very good company
Nothing really, it's just that some of my pods are slightly bigger than others and are hard to pull out but thats about it.
I would recomend this pack to anyone who has the money to spend, and they are very well worth it. The pillow is very comfortable and can be taken off if you don't want it o there.
I Love everything about this pack !!!
-Pod removel is easy w/ the velcro straps
-Can get it different sizes (Pod count)
- IT'S A DYE Product !
-Dont get in your way of play, thats always a GOOD thing
There is nothing bad about the product, but the only thing is that its a little pricey but its worth all of the money !!!
This is one if not the best pack on the market ! Do not hessitate to buy one of these bad boyz cuz there worth every dime ! ask anyone else the'll tell you to BUY ONE i think its the bast pack out there thesedays ! I give it a 9-10 becasue of its price other than that its well worth it!
* Good brand
* Holds a lot of paint (good for backplayers)
* Stays in place well
* Velcro is easy to yank open in a hurry due to the rubber "handles"
*The back cushion is VERY nice and it's removable if need be
* It fits well against the small of your back
*So far it's durable
I got the 5 pod model and the main problem with it (for me anyway) is that when it's on the two outermost pods restrict my arm movement because my elbows are constantly bumping up against them. They also tend to dig into my hipbones.
I ended up having to remove the two outermost pods and fold the velcro closure into the pack so that it wouldn't be in the way because even without the pods in there, the two outermost pod holders were getting in the way of my elbows.
I can also see that if the user weren't quite slender, this pack might not fit them since the belt is rather small. The belt is a comfortable size for me (5'6", 120 pounds), but I don't think it would fit someone with a waist larger than a size small or a smaller medium very comfortably.
This pack would be good for a backplayer or anyone else who goes through a lot of paint (and especially for those who carry around a lot on their backs and need some support). The only problems are the shortness of the belt and the fact that the two outermost pods tend to restrict arm movement.
All in all, a very well put together pack, but it has some drawbacks. But on the whole, I would recommend this belt in spite of its problems.
I'm giving the Attack Pack a 7 because of the problems with its restrictiveness in terms of arm movement and the lack of a longer belt.
Store Brand Pack and Redz pack..... Both good but the attack pack is lighter and more comfy. Redz was better than the store brand but this one is the best.
-CCI Phantom, N2 System, and Red Dot Sight
-Dye Attack Pack
-Holds alotta paintballs
-Looks sweet as all hell
-Easy to adjust
-Its made by DYE
-And did I tell you how kool it looks
-A Little Pricey
-People might wanna steal it from you because its so damn tight
-uhh.... thats all I cant think of anything else
Very good, anyone who is serious about paintball... this pack is a must.... and DYE is such a kick a** brand..... what do they make that isnt good? You should definately go out and buy one of these, your back will thank you for it, trust me!!!! A++++