The Spire IR is based on the original Spire design, it’s been on the market a long time and it was due for a refresh. Even though the hopper was an older design it still worked great, but had a few weak spots. The Spire IR 2 now has a similar shell closure to the Bunkerkings CTRL and a lighter weight drive cone.
The Virtue Ace is one of the few “new” paintball guns to hit the field in 2020. The Ace is collaboration between DLX and Virtue, the Ace showcases DLX newest high-end paintball gun the DLX Luxe X while the Spire IV shows off the best of what Virtues has the offer.
Virtue and DLX have teamed up to bring use the Virtue Ace (Luxe X) and Virtue Spire IV. The Spire IV and Ace are the first hopper and gun that can communicate to each other via bluetooth.
A few weeks back Virtue released the and. There was a lot of uproar because the Ace features some plastic parts that Virtue did not disclose in the product description. The Ace has plastic on the fore-grip as well as the backcap.
The Virtue Spire IV has leaked. The Spire IV is Virtues latest loader in its long line of high-end paintball hoppers. The Spire IV is the continuation of the very popular Spire III, the Spire III debuted Virtue’s hinge design and introduced the newer drive cone.
A $1000 is a nice sweet spot to make a setup. It’s always fun to start looking at the cool stuff first so let’s start with guns, we have the Dye DSR, Empire SYX, Planet Eclipse 170R, and Shocker XLS.
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…