Paintball has evolved rapidly in just 30 years, from guys playing with pump guns in the woods to athletes playing with electronic guns on airball fields. This has led to several iterations of equipment, including guns, pods and masks.
The Carbon Zero mask is the first paintball mask from the high-end paintball company Carbon Paintball. The mask will come in two different versions and two different sizes.
The HK Army is HK’s follow up to the very popular KLR. The KLR has been on the market for a long time, so HK are hitting us with something fresh the SLR. The SLR features a new larger profiles, magnetic chinstrap
All paintball masks are designed to fit the average adult head, but people’s heads are different in the real world. Typically having an adjustable goggle strap is enough to make sure one size mask will fit most adults. Sometimes smaller people or kids struggle to get the goggle strap tight enough to hold the mask in place, and it can ride down a little. By adding a top strap, the mask will stay up in place.
The Push Unite Base is a more affordable version of the Push Unite, the Unite Base is missing a few features that make the Unite such a popular paintball mask. Will the paired down version the Push mask still be worth it?
For more than 25 years JT Paintball have been at the top of the paintball mask game, they brought us the Whippersnapper and the ever-popular ProFlex.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVfOkDfbhOw Virtue’s second series of the VIO masks is here. Let’s take a look at the highest-end VIO the Contour II. The Couture II features Virtue’s new ProPad a padded that is on the goggle strap that helps adds some support and helps hold the mask firmly in place. I have been a fan of Virtue masks forever, they are made well and comfortable. I personally have never owned, one as I find that the…