Review: JT Spectra Flex 8

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If you have been looking for a mask that you can depend on for years to come, then do we have a mask for you! We present to you a stellar addition to the JT Flex family, the JT Spectra Flex 8! How awesome is it? Take a look at our review below to find out more!

One of the first details you will notice when looking at the JT Spectra Flex 8 is that the visor is actually pretty functional. Attaching in three points around the top of the goggles, it’s a snap to take on and off when you need it (and if you’re playing in the rain, believe me guys, you’re going to be glad you have this visor handy). Inside the mask itself, the JT Spectra Flex 8 sports very comfortable foam inside the mask (the same foam found in the comfortable Microflex), so take it from us: you won’t be complaining about that uncomfortable feeling with the JT Spectra Flex 8!

Because the strap behind the mask is encompassed with silicone, the mask will not be riding up and down on the back of your head. As for the lens system on the JT Spectra Flex 8, it is a dual-pane system. Thus, instead of the lens being ‘anti-fog,’ this is literally going to be ‘no-fog.’ A non-foggy mask is always a good thing, right? JT Spectra Flex 8 delivers, no matter what conditions you are playing in. It’s another reason why JT has one of the best frames in the entire industry.

The front of the JT Spectra Flex 8 is a hard mask, ensuring that when paintballs hit the front of the mask, they are going to stop immediately. Moreover, the bottom of the mask has vents, so if you are breathing heavy, yelling, screaming in pain from getting hit too many times, etc., it is not going to reflect back into the mask. No echo with the ease of screaming; it’s the little things, am I right, guys?

The JT Spectra Flex 8 also have hard ears, thus offering more protection for when you get shot in the side of the head. As opposed to other masks having a softer side around the ears, with the JT Spectra Flex 8, you’re not going to feel a thing when a paintball hits the side of the head. That should be music to yours ears (literally).

Finally, the JT Spectra Flex 8 features a chin strap. Now, some people like having chin straps while some hate them. Not a problem! It’s simple to merely drill out the rivet attached to the chin strap, making it a cinch to remove the chin strap altogether.

  • One-size-fits-all mask
    • Big head, normal head, small head – it doesn’t matter!
  • Tons of thick foamThree-point visor attachment
    • Which equals a more comfortable fit.
  • Additional vents on headpiece and faceplate
  • Silicone-beaded back strap
  • The solace of knowing you are buying a stellar product from a phenomenal company (hint: JT is awesome).

But don’t take my word for it: watch our video review here. Afterward, subscribe to our YouTube channel here. Buy your own JT Spectra Flex 8 here, and finally? Browse our other wares and trinkets (in other words, paintball gear) at our homepage!

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