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I personally Love the i4 and I finally switched over from my Proto Axis.
I got the mask for woodsball.
Just wanted to leave a couple points that I had a hard time finding out.
The mask profile is low around the jawline, and that allows you to get a much cleaner sight picture with a red dot or scope without the need for a raiser. With a raiser I have no problem getting my cheek down on the stock to see my red dot.
The Thermal mask on the Dyecam is the HD lens and it really does brighten up the woods.
Hustle paintball is a great shopping experience.
I live in Canada and the mask arrived within a week of ordering it.
My last order with Hustle a piece I had ordered was not in stock, So they Personally called me and explained the situation and stayed on the phone with me to help determine the best action to take, as well as some great paintball talk.
I totally recommend ordering from Hustle Paintball and I will again for sure.
I am very very happy with Hustlepaintball customer service. I continue to purchase from them and never had problems. I ordered this mask and it had a factory defect in which the mask was warped. Hustle Paintball quickly sent me another after sending a picture of the warped mask I received a new one right away and shipped the old one back with the box they provided. This mask is really great...the best only con is forehead protection.
It's a Dye i4, so yes it's well made and designed, with excellent visibility and little fogging under even extreme exertion. Players will probably look at this mask for woodsball and they might have some qualms. Venting over the mouth is wide and direct. In a close range ambush, shell fragments have actually split a lip on one occasion. Likewise, the mask's lower and upper edge leave much of the jawline and forehead exposed on a grown man. Ambushes aren't an issue in speedball, but woodsball can demand better coverage from a mask. A WW2-style open face balaclava, or a shemagh can mitigate this. The DyeCam works well, but the outer frame of the mask, which looks like a coyote tan in some photos, is actually a khaki and is noticeably pale in English and Welsh woodland. For an alternative MultiCam-inspired mask with better protection and camouflage, you might find the Empire E-Vent LE Terrapat mask more suitable. YMMV.