The Profiler comes with a thermal lense and so far I have played in the snow, rain, and hail and it never fogged up once. Though it never fogged up I found that when it rained water did get on the lens and caused loss off vision but then again you rain doesn't count as fog. Also during summer months sweat does tend to run down the inside of the lense so you should wear a hat or headwrap to absorb the moisture.
Quick Change Lens System:
When cahanging the lens I found it easy but not what I would call quick. You have to take out the strap to get to the lens retainer to push the lens out. This takes me about 4-5 minutes which is no big deal. The problem is getting it back in. It will take another 4-5 minutes to get it back in if you don't want to smudge your brand new lens but if you don't care about that it can be done in 30 seconds.
The mask is soft but not so much that it feels flimsy. During the year that I have used it I have had 3 balls bounce one off the front the other on the right side and another on the visor. I'm sure this number would have been much higher but Most of the head shots I took were in the lens.
Overall this mask is worth every penny of the 80 bucks your gonna spend on it. The quality is amazing and it does almost everthing it promises to do. It also blends in quite nicely if you get the olive drab one. You will notice a difference especcially if you are stepping up from a cheap mask as I did. I would reccomend this mask to anyone and it gets a 9 out of 10. It would have been a ten if The quick change lens was just a little quicker. Bottomline you need this mask.
This post has been edited by warpig: 19 November 2005 - 01:10 PM