How to Change a JT Spectra Series Lens

This is a really simple thing to do, but there are a few obstacles.  Here we show you how to properly change your JT Spectra Series Lens.  Don’t be afraid of breaking the frame, because it’s not going to.  The lens will come right off, you just have to tug a little bit.

If you would like to find out more, or purchase your JT Spectra Series Goggle, then follow these links:

jt-spectra-proflex-thermal-google-paintballJT Spectra ProFlex Thermal Paintball Goggles – Blue

JT Spectra ProFlex Thermal Paintball Goggles – Blackjt-spectra-proflex-thermal-goggle-black-paintball

The best-selling mask in paintball is still around! The JT Spectra Proflex is the legendary Pro look, complete with a phenomenal non-fog lens and unrivaled comfort. Completely compatible with existing Proflex straps, frames and face shields, the ProFlex also comes with comfortable soft ears.


  • Soft Lower Face Shield
  • Narrow profile and improved protection
  • Aggressive styling with massive vents
  • Spectra Dual Pane Thermal Lens
  • 260 degree field of vision
  • Prevents fogging
  • Most comfortable design on the planet
  • Soft Molded Ear Pieces
  • Curved to deflect glancing impacts

As for the lens, there are several that have been discontinued, but here are some colors and styles that are still available for you to purchase.

JT Spectra Thermal Lens – Clear

JT Spectra Thermal Lens – Silver Chrome

JT Spectra Thermal Lens – Smoke

JT Paintball offers replacement dual-paned thermal (non-fog) lenses for all paintball masks that accept Spectra-style lenses. Examples include JT Spectra Proflex, JT Spectra Flex-7 and Flex-8.

JT Spectra Thermal Lens Clear Paintball Goggle LensesPaintball is a tough sport, so be sure to replace your lens at least every year, if not more often. Replace your paintball lens immediately if shot directly from a distance of less than 10 feet.

If you’d like a different tint or hue for a variety of light conditions, view Hustle Paintball’s wide selection of lenses. Remember, yellow is for low-light situations, such as forest paintball, clear is general use, and smoke or mirror is for bright conditions only, such as daylight tournament paintball.

Customers give the JT Spectra Thermal Lens a 5 star rating:

“The best. Played 8 hours nonstop in nearly 100 degree temps and by the end of the day it was pouring down rain with a 30 degree temp drop. Never fogged up. Vision is great in the woods, in direct sunlight, and in the rain.”

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