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Full Face Paintball Masks.

Every player who plays at a Delta Force Paintball centre will be offered the latest in full face paintball masks. These complete goggle systems provide the best in head and neck protection from the impact of incoming shots.

Well ventilated and fitted with anti-fog lenses, these full head paintball masks not only provide great protection but, along with the padded collars on the full length camouflaged coveralls, also provide the confidence each player needs to engage in a full frontal charge on the enemy village or any other game they are in.

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It’s been a heavy investment by Delta Force but we consider these paintball masks to be the most important safety gear we can offer.┬áMost other paintball operators have not yet switched from the old-fashioned goggles that provide no cover to the top and back of the head. Some don’t think the investment is worth it and others simply can’t afford to provide the same level of safety that Delta Force does.

FAQs on goggles:


Q: Why doesn’t every paintball operator use these goggles?
A: They cost four times as much as the old-fashioned goggles; many small operators simply cannot afford to make the investment.

Q: Why are full head goggle systems particularly important for young players?
A: The goggles have a ‘top’ to them, meaning that the goggles cannot possibly ‘slip-down’ (with an inferior goggle system this is always a remote possibility amongst persons with smaller ‘hat’ sizes). The chinstrap equally prevents the goggles from being lifted accidentally.

Q: Aren’t full head goggle systems going to make me hot?
A: The ‘helmets’ are made of hard plastic plates – each plate is fully articulated and equipped with the maximum possible number of ventilation ports. The goggles are no ‘hotter’ in use than the old-fashioned versions.

Q: Do they steam-up?
A: The goggles are exceptionally well ventilated and factory-equipped with proprietary ‘anti-fog’ lenses. The goggles seldom ‘steam-up’ and if they do we have a de-mist solution available (free of charge) in the base camp.