Replacing the goggle lens you do need the correct lens for the model of gogglesah okay thank you! Im assuming that when you buy a mask that, when you decide to replace the goggles you buy the same brand?
But if you’re buying a complete new set then just pick what you like at the time.
I originally had some basic goggles, and tried the JT Headshield. I didn’t get on with the headshield and felt claustrophobic so only wore them if I wanted to mount an action camera on top.
I settled on the Dye i3, but I have a big head so when the I4s came out they were no good for me.
My next favourite is the Angel eyes but they are a unique design and has not been able to come to market, a couple of brands have unsuccessfully attempted to do so. The prototypes fit me perfectly
I settled on Grills and have a few sets.
Ive tried quite a few and the grills are right for me
Pretty much all goggles come with chin straps, but for many years players left them in the box.Also I watched a video of Lonewolf paintball where they said in some cases you will need a chin strap to play, do all goggles come with a chin strap or does it vary?
A few years back there was a major safety incident at a tournament which would have been prevented with goggles worn correctly with the chin strap
The rule requiring goggles to have the strap fitted was enforced for a while.
If they aren’t included with a set of goggles they can be bought separately
Id recommend a fluffyOn a bit of a tangent would you recommd getting a squighy for you marker?
Squidgy rubber pull throughs give a great barrel clean, but need you to take the barrel off
This style of fluffy is the best of both worlds without needing to take off your barrel in game. Fluffy end pushed in and out for a quick buff clean, or if you have a messy barrel break then pop the rubber end in and out, the rubber tip expands on pulling out to pull out broken paint