Paintball Masks & Goggles
We carry a huge selection of the best paintball goggles and paintball masks in the sport! The paintball mask is the most important piece of paintball gear you will use. From cheap paintball masks to cutting edge, we have the right paintball goggle system to fit your needs and budget.
We carry the best in masks from Empire, Dye, JT, VForce, Valken, Save Phace, Sly, Proto, Tippmann and more. We carry replacement lenses, goggle fans, antifog, lens cleaner and other accessories to keep you clearly seeing your opponent on the field!
Watch the video playlist for some tips on choosing a paintball mask.
What kind of paintball mask should I get?
What kind of paintball goggle you should choose depends on a few factors. Do you have a good field of vision? The wider the lens the better your view, especially in low light conditions. Does the mask have a quick change lens system? Quick change designs cost more but they make cleaning and upgrading your lens fast and hassle-free. Consider the size of the mask. Slim, low profile masks like the Dye i4 and Empire E-Vents make your face a smaller target but they cover less area so you may take a direct hit to the jaw or chin. Is the mask all rigid or have a soft lower face and ear sections? Rigid plastic masks like the JT Spectra Proshield offer the best impact protection. Masks with soft rubber or foam parts like the JT Proflex and VForce Grill are more comfortable especially when using a shoulder stock, but do not absorb impact as well from a close range direct hit. Paintballs often bounce off these soft sections to keep you in the game while rigid masks almost always guarantee a paintball break. If you want the ultimate in paintball head protection, consider a full coverage paintball mask such as the excellent JT Headshield goggle. They can be hot to wear but provide complete coverage, making them the perfect choice for kids and people who don't want to go back to work on Monday with visible paintball hickies!
How do I keep my paintball goggle from fogging?
The first thing to consider is what type of goggle lens you have. A single lens paintball goggle such as the GenX VSN goggle are popular due to being very inexpensive. A single lens will have an anti-fog coating cured to the lens but these only help so much. A much better way to go is to buy a goggle with a dual pane thermal lens. These two-lens designs work far better in preventing your goggles from fogging though they require a bit more care not to scratch them. Some can use a paintball goggle fan that circulates fresh air to drastically prevent fogging. Their noise takes some getting used to but the benefits are huge. Lastly, a good anti-fog solution like CORE Fog Off, Virtue Glint or Fogdoc Paste offer renewable prevention while cleaning your lens as well.
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