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#1 squally

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Posted 20 January 2012 - 06:15 PM

Do you guys like the visor look sometimes. I like how the visors look on the grills

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Posted 20 January 2012 - 06:39 PM

Depends wat mask i like the visor on the profilers

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Posted 20 January 2012 - 06:41 PM

Don't really have an opinion on how they look. As for how they work, I love visors. Helps deflect rain away from the front of your goggles (and the inside of your goggles, if it's big enough to cover the goggles top vents), and offers shade against glare (which helps you see better, AND casts shadows over your eyes so that your face is harder to recognize as such... breaks up your silhouette in woodsball).

It's one of the things I dislike about Proto Pro Axis and Dye i4's... they aren't offered with visors. All my other masks have them... why not the Dye offerings? Especially since the Dye and Proto masks are every bit (often more) as expensive.
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Posted 20 January 2012 - 07:21 PM

Don't really have an opinion on how they look. As for how they work, I love visors. Helps deflect rain away from the front of your goggles (and the inside of your goggles, if it's big enough to cover the goggles top vents), and offers shade against glare (which helps you see better, AND casts shadows over your eyes so that your face is harder to recognize as such... breaks up your silhouette in
woodsball).
It's one of the things I dislike about Proto Pro Axis and Dye i4's... they aren't offered with visors. All my other masks have them... why not the Dye offerings? Especially since the Dye and Proto masks are every bit (often more) as expensive.



Agreed that's why I'm selling my i4's for grills

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Posted 20 January 2012 - 07:28 PM

i like the forehead protector on my profiler
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Posted 20 January 2012 - 09:02 PM

Iv'e never used them; but they do work well and look pretty decent if your'e into that sort of thing.

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Posted 20 January 2012 - 09:05 PM

Don't really have an opinion on how they look. As for how they work, I love visors. Helps deflect rain away from the front of your goggles (and the inside of your goggles, if it's big enough to cover the goggles top vents), and offers shade against glare (which helps you see better, AND casts shadows over your eyes so that your face is harder to recognize as such... breaks up your silhouette in woodsball).

It's one of the things I dislike about Proto Pro Axis and Dye i4's... they aren't offered with visors. All my other masks have them... why not the Dye offerings? Especially since the Dye and Proto masks are every bit (often more) as expensive.


my i4's have a visor ;)

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Posted 20 January 2012 - 09:41 PM

In the rain yay, anywhere else nay.

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Posted 21 January 2012 - 08:27 AM


Don't really have an opinion on how they look. As for how they work, I love visors. Helps deflect rain away from the front of your goggles (and the inside of your goggles, if it's big enough to cover the goggles top vents), and offers shade against glare (which helps you see better, AND casts shadows over your eyes so that your face is harder to recognize as such... breaks up your silhouette in woodsball).

It's one of the things I dislike about Proto Pro Axis and Dye i4's... they aren't offered with visors. All my other masks have them... why not the Dye offerings? Especially since the Dye and Proto masks are every bit (often more) as expensive.


my i4's have a visor ;)


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Posted 21 January 2012 - 05:55 PM



Don't really have an opinion on how they look. As for how they work, I love visors. Helps deflect rain away from the front of your goggles (and the inside of your goggles, if it's big enough to cover the goggles top vents), and offers shade against glare (which helps you see better, AND casts shadows over your eyes so that your face is harder to recognize as such... breaks up your silhouette in woodsball).

It's one of the things I dislike about Proto Pro Axis and Dye i4's... they aren't offered with visors. All my other masks have them... why not the Dye offerings? Especially since the Dye and Proto masks are every bit (often more) as expensive.


my i4's have a visor ;)


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lmao i have a visor and forehead protector that are removable from another mask so i'll see if they can be jerry rigged on there... ill letcha know
but for rain just get a bucket/boonie hat.. they work good and look ridiculous

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Posted 21 January 2012 - 06:40 PM

I love the look of them but hate the feel of them in the summer, unless it's raining. And Grillz all the way.
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Posted 21 January 2012 - 07:01 PM

they help in rain
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Posted 21 January 2012 - 07:38 PM

Personally no, I don't like them. I only keep them around in case I would have to play when it is raining outside.

Case in point. Dynasty in NJ.


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Posted 21 January 2012 - 10:31 PM

rains a lot here, so visors are win. Helps with a few bounces too, but more importantly, helps shield the top of your head from getting shot.

Vforce has got to be the best masks out there. My first one was the profilers, then i tried the profits.. that's when i learnt that i loved the vforce line,so i got a pair of grillz and i will never use anything else! Posted Image

managed to convert a buddy too, sold him my profilers, fella used to be a JT full head cover fanboy...
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Posted 21 January 2012 - 10:32 PM



Don't really have an opinion on how they look. As for how they work, I love visors. Helps deflect rain away from the front of your goggles (and the inside of your goggles, if it's big enough to cover the goggles top vents), and offers shade against glare (which helps you see better, AND casts shadows over your eyes so that your face is harder to recognize as such... breaks up your silhouette in woodsball).

It's one of the things I dislike about Proto Pro Axis and Dye i4's... they aren't offered with visors. All my other masks have them... why not the Dye offerings? Especially since the Dye and Proto masks are every bit (often more) as expensive.


my i4's have a visor ;)


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the visor is at my parents house lol otherwise i would

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Posted 21 January 2012 - 10:38 PM




Don't really have an opinion on how they look. As for how they work, I love visors. Helps deflect rain away from the front of your goggles (and the inside of your goggles, if it's big enough to cover the goggles top vents), and offers shade against glare (which helps you see better, AND casts shadows over your eyes so that your face is harder to recognize as such... breaks up your silhouette in woodsball).

It's one of the things I dislike about Proto Pro Axis and Dye i4's... they aren't offered with visors. All my other masks have them... why not the Dye offerings? Especially since the Dye and Proto masks are every bit (often more) as expensive.


my i4's have a visor ;)


Pics or it didn't happen


the visor is at my parents house lol otherwise i would


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Posted 21 January 2012 - 10:38 PM

My i4s also have a visor and IT DID HAPPEN



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Posted 25 January 2012 - 03:33 AM

visor looks good on a lot of masks. Very practical in rain, gets you a few bounces here and there, and can protect some sun from shining through your lenses.. However on a tight set up it can smack against your hopper occasionally like mine did, so when I get my new mask I'll have to check it out.

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Posted 25 January 2012 - 06:29 AM

Also ood in a spot where you are getting a lot of spray when someone is hosing your cover. Tip your head a bit and keep your lens clear

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Posted 25 January 2012 - 06:34 AM




Don't really have an opinion on how they look. As for how they work, I love visors. Helps deflect rain away from the front of your goggles (and the inside of your goggles, if it's big enough to cover the goggles top vents), and offers shade against glare (which helps you see better, AND casts shadows over your eyes so that your face is harder to recognize as such... breaks up your silhouette in woodsball).

It's one of the things I dislike about Proto Pro Axis and Dye i4's... they aren't offered with visors. All my other masks have them... why not the Dye offerings? Especially since the Dye and Proto masks are every bit (often more) as expensive.


my i4's have a visor ;)


Pics or it didn't happen


the visor is at my parents house lol otherwise i would


Aww I love the loOk of i3 visor mods but I can't find an i3 visor I'd be willing to strap on

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Posted 25 January 2012 - 08:26 AM

on i4s is hella ugly, geez.
but yeah like said, only on rain, and i might use electrical tape instead of the visor, lol.
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Posted 25 January 2012 - 08:26 AM

on i4s is hella ugly, geez.
but yeah like said, only on rain, and i might use electrical tape instead of the visor, lol.
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Posted 25 January 2012 - 08:30 AM

on i4s is hella ugly, geez.

but yeah like said, only on rain, and i might use electrical tape instead of the visor.




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Posted 25 January 2012 - 08:59 AM

on i4s is hella ugly, geez.

but yeah like said, only on rain, and i might use electrical tape instead of the visor.




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Posted 25 January 2012 - 09:40 AM

no visor on the events
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Posted 25 January 2012 - 11:53 AM

no visor on the events


Really? Mine came with a forehead protector (deflector) and a visor. Currently running with the forehead deflector, but I'd just as happily run with the visor.
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Posted 25 January 2012 - 11:56 AM

visor looks good on a lot of masks. Very practical in rain, gets you a few bounces here and there, and can protect some sun from shining through your lenses.. However on a tight set up it can smack against your hopper occasionally like mine did, so when I get my new mask I'll have to check it out.


Good point. Have you ever spotted someone from the reflected glare off the front of their lenses? Visors prevent that nicely.

Only drawback I can think of is when you're crawling or lying prone. Cuts down on your upward field of vision a little bit, but only against stuff that's practically right above you.
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