JT Spectra Flex 8 Paintball Mask Goggles Review

The JT Spectra Flex 8 is a fantastic buy. At its price of around $40-$50 it is an incredible bargain for the price. Of course it won’t compare in terms of visibility weight and size to the masks costing $100 dollars and up but its level of comfort and breathability is phenomenal. This mask also has a thermal lens so fogging won’t be an issue.

The only issue I found with this mask was that it is difficult to clean on the field. Of course no mask is going to wipe off perfectly but a solid hit on the lenses could bother you for some time if not thoroughly cleaned.

This mask also comes with a “helmet” option that places a covering over the top of the head for serious protection.  A friend of mine has this and it adds about $10 to the price of the mask. In my opinion it is unnecessary, but if you are just a casual player who is worried about face/head hits it might be something you want to look into.

John Wellers, Inner Circle Paintball Team

Danbury Action Sports HQ is Now a Dye, Proto, RAP4 and Sport Smoke Certified Dealer

This past week, Danbury Action Sports HQ has added Dye, Proto, Real Action Paintball (RAP4) and Sport Smoke to our list of certified manufacturers.
These companies provide the highest quality and value per dollar for consumers, and we are proud to offer their products in the coming season.
Contact us soon to find out about the newest 2012 gear from Dye, Proto, Bob Long, Vanguard, Planet Eclipse, Empire, Tippmann, Spyder, Valken, RAP4, Sport Smoke and just about any manufacturer out there.