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SPEC OPS FUSION GEAR (REVIEW) want to know about the fusion gear?

#31 User is offline   HUSKER 

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Posted 08 April 2005 - 06:03 PM

Yeah they look really sweet, only thing is the price tag ( not in my range)
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Posted 08 April 2005 - 08:49 PM

its nice but i got full milltary BDUs for like 60$ that included hat and combat boots so mady you guys should consider good old fassion woodland camo
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Posted 08 April 2005 - 09:29 PM

I got my set on Monday.

The Jersey's made out of 100% polyester, a real light material -- good for hot weather. The pants are also 100% polyester, but it's a thicker, heavier material -- looks like they can take some abuse.

Trying them out tomorrow for the first time. I hope they live up to all the hype.
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Posted 09 April 2005 - 12:46 AM

Ive got a set of Marauder on the way but this fusion stuff looks nice too... its on the list.

Keep us posted on how well it holds up to the rigors of the woods.
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Posted 09 April 2005 - 05:36 PM

Broker, on Apr 8 2005, 09:29 PM, said:

I got my set on Monday.

The Jersey's made out of 100% polyester, a real light material -- good for hot weather. The pants are also 100% polyester, but it's a thicker, heavier material -- looks like they can take some abuse.

Trying them out tomorrow for the first time. I hope they live up to all the hype.

I have to tell ya, the Fusion Battle Jersey and Pants work.

Temp for today (Central Florida) was low 80's -- everyone was sweating --it was HOT. That polyester material helps keep you cool. More comfortable than my True Spec Digi Camo. However, I don't see myself wearing the Jersey during the winter months.

They held up well. I didn't do any low crawling today -- the games were moving real fast -- but I was running through thick bush and leaning on trees and logs -- the usual woods stuff -- and nothing got snagged. I'm happy.

Now I've got them in the washer -- lets see how they hold up there.
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Posted 18 April 2005 - 07:35 AM

I ordered the jersey based on what I've read here. Looking forward to giving a complete review shortly.
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Posted 21 April 2005 - 02:06 AM

I wore mine to a speedball field this weekend and had 4 people comment on them (2 of which said they wanted to buy some) and reccommended them to them all. I've played in mine about 6 weeks now and still love them.
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Posted 21 April 2005 - 03:17 PM

It seems like everybody who has them gets a lot of good comments from other players.
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Posted 22 April 2005 - 02:16 AM

First time I wore mine was to an indoor field in Chicago here. I had an all black gun as well, and a camo head covering. I had people ask me what I thought of milsim, and if I'd ever played speedball before. Oh, and the speedball people didn't know what to do with me, becasue I had camo on but it wasn't BDU's.

Before the night was over I had bunkered a kid with my PGP, twice. I love it when people underestimate you because of your clothing. :(

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Post icon  Posted 22 April 2005 - 12:18 PM

can anyone give me some measurements on the medium fusion gear? inseam, arms, waist.... I have some marauder mediums and this stuff is like wearing a circus tent. I have to go get it hemmed this weekend so it will fit. someone PLEASE let me know about the fusion.
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Posted 28 April 2005 - 09:47 AM

Here are a few updated photos of what the fusion gear looks like with a Cops911.com/Specops Vest

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Posted 28 April 2005 - 07:11 PM

just got mine today. vera vera niiiice :o have a 40" waist so i got the XXXL... seem a bit a big... swimming almost but i likey them. I got a XXL shirt. fits great. kinda sized like a regular XL shirt. good stuff specops, good stuff!! :blink:
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Post icon  Posted 01 May 2005 - 04:44 PM

have used mine 5 times for woodsball and one time for airball so far.They are very roomy and make me able to pull off my moves easier.They seem to be holding up good even thrue some of the stitching seems to be pulling out here and there.I live in upper mi and travel down into wi alot to play at the bigger fields and found they were great till the weather warmed up and found that the pants hold in a lot of heat.When it gets above 60 i switch to my standard BDU,s because they breath much better which is a bummer because except for this heat problem they are great.The shirt seems ok in the warmer weather so i keep that on.I am tall and thin at 6'3'' with a 34/34 waste and inseam and the large are perfect when i have boots on but a little high water with sneekers.I use the xl shirt and it fits a little loose which is great.The price is not that high for a tourny pant and they are not built for midgets like so many others.I would purchase them again if i had to make that choice but i will only use them in cooler weather.
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Posted 01 May 2005 - 09:32 PM

Ok, what's good for some... Here's a pic from April 30th, Paintball Sam's Big Game

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I found that it's roomy and comfortable, and the pockets actually HOLD stuff. That sounds odd to say, but I've had "paintball pants" with cargo pockets that you had to hold your breath to get change out of. Not in this case, I actually had a baseball cap in the cargo pocket, and it never was a problem. There's a few tweaks I'd like to see with them, but those are minor.

they held up really well to woods play, even if they'[ve made a few sounds that I thought was "Ripping" sounds. This is both from the rocks / broken asphault of CPX to the pure woods from this weekend. Actually, the stitching is a little loose, but I put that up to being tall and my knees are RIGHT ON the seam when I crawl and kneel.

Good camo? Well it's hard to tell so far. This weekend I wasn't exactally playing stealthy. The one chance I did crawl I got the drop on a guy who was looking in my direction. I think it worked pretty well, but it's going to take a lot of "Field research" to get a good measure. Lots and lots of it. :D

It's unique and original enough to get noticed, and make the speedball crowd sit up and take notice. But it's functional enough to last throught he worst the woods has to offer. It's actually a great way to run into the other "Spec Ops" players, sort of a "union suit" to find the other guys. Definately worth it.

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Posted 02 May 2005 - 03:12 PM

hehe, i'm playing this Sat in a tourney with it, it's really awesome though
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