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Old March 24th, 2009, 22:35   #46
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Yeah, but the thicker it is, the hotter it is, and i haven't tried it with goggles, still putting together my first "kit" And havent gotten a chance to get some JT goggles yet.
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Old March 24th, 2009, 22:57   #47
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make thick cloth around your mouth?
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Old March 25th, 2009, 00:58   #48
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i like the thin split face style underarmour balaclava. not to hot in the summer, doesnt seem to cause fogging and i can open up the face if i need to. its the same one marky mark wore in shooter.

thats the cold gear version. i have the heat gear version. which was hard as hell to find. but jeroon has a similar one at his store
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Old March 25th, 2009, 12:06   #49
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There are milspec balaclava's that are not insulated and breathe well, I wear one all summer, and you can get them in cadpat
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Old March 25th, 2009, 23:21   #50
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I use a neoprene half mask. Quickly found that i cant breathe too well and googles fog up. I love the protection as 50% on my hits taken are head shots. I opened up the nose for better breathing, as well as widened the mouth holes and added alot more. the mask has about 10 1\16" holes for breathing and i hole punched them out to about 1/8". I added about 10 more hole and it helped alot. I can breath good and googles dont fog anymore. Although 1/8" holes allow that 1 in 100 mouth shot to go through a hole but i cant see it happening while keeping the velocity to cause any damage. I have taken MANY face shots and finnally feel more comfortable playing with this easy mask. Only downside is they start to smell and if you wash them the edges frey up a bit. Mine is maybe 10 games old and looks and smells horrible.
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Old March 26th, 2009, 00:28   #51
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When you use a bandana make sure it's thick. The reason that mouthguards don't work for me is that they only protect the top teeth, however I can still talk with them =p, I just sound dumb. Buy a shemangh, keep it very loose, and tuck it under your goggles. foggles are never fun, but you keep your teeth at the end of the day, the more loose they are, the longer a distance the BB has to slow down, just make sure it's tight enough to not fall off. And WASH THEM after every game, or you will not be able to smell the dinner you eat after a game.
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Old March 26th, 2009, 19:37   #52
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alternative helmet haha..
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Old March 26th, 2009, 21:28   #53
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Personally I have taken to using a CADPAT bandana wrapped around the face.

I am thinking about fastening in a wire/mesh combo to better provide protection. I will be sure to check back here and post a few photos if i ever get around to it, and think of a way to do it without stabbing the shit out of my face when i go prone.
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Old March 26th, 2009, 22:15   #54
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I use a mouthguard it forms over the top and bottom teeth I think the make is Shock Doctor and you can get them at any sporting good store and come in an array of colours. As for comminicating I use a throat mic never any complaints about clarity and I haven't recieved any complaints when talking to those beside me in a fire fight. By the way sometimes it doesn't matter what you do or what your wearing shit just happens.
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