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yeah, the flex u can work with like anything, i think its cool cuase u dont have to take off ur mask to drink, when ur out there playin its easy to take a swig of water, soda, juice, or whatever u wanna put in there, lol.

p.s. the flex 7 and 8 has alot of holes, the 7 is more open for easy breathing though, so when u pant after getting away from dealy fire or ur adrenaline is pumping it wont fog up as easy

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thx for the advice guyz, i think i will get a flex, and if theres not enough holes i have a drill so ill makes some, thx guyz big help
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my friend has asthma and he uses a flex,i say flex's from jt, its comfortable, and if u use an inhaler u can just bend the front up, and inhale
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Uhh, Vforces fog like windows in teens car on friday night. I own a profiler and use it every weekend with the same results unless I coat the inside of the lense with soap then buff the soap off the lense to keep it from fogging
Flex 7's and proflex's breathe well and dont fog.


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Theres only 1 name in goggles.

V-Force.

Anything else, is just a piece of plastic.

All V-forces are anti-fog, comfortable, and have the best field of vision



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my proto works very well, alot of vent holes

i also have asthma, and this same thing was a factor for me, ive had a JT full head mask and hated it, so i always go for a mask with TONZ of vent holes, proto has proven worthy
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     Hi, ive only used rental masks and my crappy scott that came with my 98c, and i was wondering since i have asthma, does anyone know a very breathable and durable mask? because I couldnt use the rental (could barely breath) but the scotts so small i would get hit in the top of the he and on the side of my head. thx

-Tippy 98c
-Polished Interns.
-RD Double Trig.
-5'' Drop
-j+j ceram 14''
-12v revy x-board
-SmartParts Grips
-Pen Spring Mod
-Milled Rear Sight
-Filled Front Grip
-Blue Paint job
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