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21 February 2008 - 05:45 PMFirstly, I apologize if this is not the correct place to post this. While it has to do with soft goods (Vests, camouflage apparel, etc), it also has to do with camouflage patterns in general. Move this topic if you see fit.
That being said, allow me to proceed with my post.
Up until now, I've wanted to go with the CADPAT camouflage pattern. However, I've realized that the heavy military surplus uniform that I've been looking at purchasing, would be impractical for paintball. Putting some research into OMNIPAT, I've grown particularly fond of the pattern, and also of the Special Ops Fusions. However, I have already purchased a Broadsword vest in the SpecOps Digi pattern. From what I understand, OMNIPAT does match with most patterns, but I could be wrong. My question is, if I we're to purchase a pair of OMNIPAT Fusions, would the camouflage pattern fit with my Special Ops Digi vest?
Also, a question about OMNIPAT itself. Where I usually play is very, very green. That's why I was originally looking at CADPAT. But looking at pictures of OMNIPAT, is does NOT look very green. Would it still work where I play? Or should I stick to CADPAT?
17 January 2008 - 08:14 PMHey;
I understand the JT Proflex has a thermal lens, and is said to be the most fog resistant mask in the world. However... I put way too much value into looks. At my local proshop the only Proflex colors they have is blue, red, and black. Being a woodsballer, I would have to get black. This, and a few other factors, caused me to look into the Profiler. From what I understand, it has a heavy anti-fog coating that will come off eventually. Therefore, I think as far as fogging goes, a Proflex would be better.
To be honest, I would absolutely love to get a olive-drab Profiler. However, I am worried that the mask will eventually fog on me constantly every game, and I will have wished I got a Proflex. Is the fogging difference significant between the Proflex and Profiler? Also, could I buy a thermal lens for the Profiler, and would it be anything like JT lens?
26 December 2007 - 04:45 PMI've been having quite a few fogging problems with my current mask, the Spectra nForcer. I know I need to get a new mask, but the question is this: What should I get?
I want something that ABSOLUTELY WILL NOT fog on me. I also need it to be comfortable, and lots of protection. I've been looking at the Eye Tactical mask, I would love to get it, but it seems it would get REALLY hot during the summer time. I like the idea of full head and neck protection, however. Does anyone have experience with the Eye Tactical?
I've also looked at the V-Force profiler mask, but, being the kid I am, I decided there wasn't enough protection. I might be wrong, however. Again, does anyone want to give me some input on the Profiler?
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