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    It has a little bit of stretch or give to it. This helps to make it easier to put the mask on and take it off. With the Force 3 stock harness I felt like I would put the mask on and then have to adjust it every once in a while and there is no adjustment needed with this harness. It goes on correctly every time. It is hard to quantify exactly how much better it is, but I love it and think it is worth the extra money.
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    Update: Frame weighs 0.9 lbs (14.4 oz) per US Postal scales. For comparisons sake, a Nike Ti weighs 12-13 oz for frame only and 15-16 oz when fully equipped.
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    I believe Ray was making the point that it is more comfortable. Some of us hate the poly webbing because it is stiff and hard on the top and side of your head - or maybe because the side support straps of poly have a tendency to "bubble up" or turn a bit on you and then make it fit uncomfortably. Ray uses neoprene which will offer a better fit and feel against your head. In short, it offers an improved mask fit and will feel better/more comfortable while you wear it. Full disclosure: I haven't used Ray's harness, but I understand and support his styling. It makes sense, I just don't have the $28.... yet. I am sure that I'll end up with at least one eventually. And here's his picture of it from the PDF file on his FB page.
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    Hey fellas. Who's got two thumbs, hair growing back, and isn't dead yet? THIS guy! I've been back on and off, as you might have seen over the summer, with my usual smart-ass commentary, as opposed to actually contributing. But my last chemo was on 14 September, and I was told I'm in remission. I talked to a stem-cell transplant specialist, and he felt with my flavour of lymphoma - a pretty rare one - there wasn't the volume of data that said a transplant was worth going through at this point. It's still something in the toolbox for later, and maybe I'll never need his services. Time will tell. Not sure if I'm in for the 2019 season. While I'm doing a decent amount of walking with my dog, I'm not sure that I could do a 2+ hour game, and all the crouching and running and whatnot. I've made contract with a group here, and will go through their training, and then see if it's worth paying all the TASO fees or not. I don't want to push it, but I also feel like if I delay too long, I'll never get back out there. Anyway, hope all are well. Merry Christmas, and enjoy the rest of the 'off-season.' Take care!
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    If you guys are following on the Facebook group, there are photos of Steve standing sans neck brace and sans walker!


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