The new OU812 paintball masks from Save Phace are using a new graphic transfer technology called water immersion. This allows a much greater resolution on their graphics. Now for most paintball goggle companies that wouldn’t be a big deal but Save Phace has some really good artists that produce very detailed and exciting designs. This higher resolution lets the artists show off their talents even more and you get the benefit by getting to wear a true piece of artwork while you shoot people.
JT has recently released a new color of their popular Spectra Proflex line. The Desert Tan and Black paintball face mask is a perfect match for lots of different camo patterns. If you’re not already familiar with the Proflex line then you should be. They use the Flex7 Goggle Frame and Mask but instead of having hard plastic ear pieces they have a smaller and softer earpiece. So YES, there is less protection here. But you can hear better with these goggles because there’s less bulky goggle blocking the way to your ears. You also get a tactical advantage that balls are less likely to break on these soft ears. More bounces mean you get to stay in the game longer. The smaller foam ear pieces also make the goggle a bit lighter. The Flex7 and ProFlex include the soft rubber mouth guard too. You’ll definitely feel the paint hit you on the cheeks and mouth but you get lots of bounces off this area. So if you like to get up in the fight and need that extra advantage while looking good at the same time then you need to take a look at the se new limited edition colors. They also come in Olive and Lime Green.