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14 hours ago, Rock Bottom said:

If it's just the sizing that's the problem, you can buy replacement pads of a different size. I use a mix of M and L pads and fits perfect. 

Oh interesting. Where'd you get the extra pads? I could probably use some thinner ones on the back just so it's a tiny bit tighter.

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10 minutes ago, Thunderheads said:

let me guess .................. liquid gunmetal?

Nope Bone Stock new.  My back up so when I send out my black one that got dinged I do not have to rely on the hollow steel champro with the TW pads as its a been a bit cold for them still 

 

 

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41 minutes ago, ArchAngel72 said:

Nope Bone Stock new.  My back up so when I send out my black one that got dinged I do not have to rely on the hollow steel champro with the TW pads as its a been a bit cold for them still 

 

 

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Ohhh, the photo looked gun metal when I first looked, now I see it! My fault

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23 hours ago, ArchAngel72 said:

got this bad Larry last night 

 

Gotta change out the harness and add a throat guard still.

I saw it and went OOOOH SHINEY!

 

 

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@Thunderheads

 

Same mask changed out pads to black from my black mask which has deerskin on it now and added a AS TG to it

Now I am just waiting for the AS deltaflex harness to show up

 

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1 hour ago, tpatience said:

Chop it

You Mask-o-chist. 

One of the two distinctive features of the Nike Teardrop is that minuscule chin guard, scaled and raked in a way to allow a throat guard rather easily. If ya gotta get yer chop on, start loppin' off cheaper, more run-of-the-mill masks. 

 

 

The other distinctive feature is the flanking ear guards, devoid of cross-struts, ala Mizuno masks.

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1 hour ago, MadMax said:

You Mask-o-chist. 

One of the two distinctive features of the Nike Teardrop is that minuscule chin guard, scaled and raked in a way to allow a throat guard rather easily. If ya gotta get yer chop on, start loppin' off cheaper, more run-of-the-mill masks. 

 

 

The other distinctive feature is the flanking ear guards, devoid of cross-struts, ala Mizuno masks.

Who cares, just chop it 😂😂

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18 hours ago, Scissors said:

Nike Teardrop with Belgards and shovel. What color should I get it powdercoated?

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I myself like the black with the leather

I would leave it

 

 

So new pic of the changes I made to my dinged mask along with side by side of my new mask

 

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On 5/9/2022 at 9:49 AM, MikeSafari said:

Oh interesting. Where'd you get the extra pads? I could probably use some thinner ones on the back just so it's a tiny bit tighter.

Sorry, just saw this now. Contact Matt Arcovio on Facebook.

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On 5/16/2022 at 12:13 PM, ArchAngel72 said:

Added the visor to mine was wondering how much of a difference it would make while using a skully cap and YEAH I was impressed .

Love that visor!

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Can you say more?  Most of the benefits folks mention with the visor is that it keeps your hat 'cooler', which I would think wouldn't be a problem with a skully?  Can you clarify what makes you like the visor over a skully so much?  (Asking because I am putting together a UA order soonish, and was considering a visor).

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2 minutes ago, ErichKeane said:

Can you say more?  Most of the benefits folks mention with the visor is that it keeps your hat 'cooler', which I would think wouldn't be a problem with a skully?  Can you clarify what makes you like the visor over a skully so much?  (Asking because I am putting together a UA order soonish, and was considering a visor).

On a standard mask, this is exactly right. Especially if you are using a standard cloth hat with it. The sun shield is not visible beyond the bill of the cap. So it basically just keeps the sun off that area of the front of your hat.

HOWEVER! If you are using the Cobalt helmet, that bill is VERY short and you can see the visor. It will work much like it is supposed to. Keeping the high sun out of your eyes. 

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2 minutes ago, BT_Blue said:

On a standard mask, this is exactly right. Especially if you are using a standard cloth hat with it. The sun shield is not visible beyond the bill of the cap. So it basically just keeps the sun off that area of the front of your hat.

HOWEVER! If you are using the Cobalt helmet, that bill is VERY short and you can see the visor. It will work much like it is supposed to. Keeping the high sun out of your eyes. 

Ah! Thats a great point, thanks!  I think I might just get it then.

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9 hours ago, ErichKeane said:

Can you say more?  Most of the benefits folks mention with the visor is that it keeps your hat 'cooler', which I would think wouldn't be a problem with a skully?  Can you clarify what makes you like the visor over a skully so much?  (Asking because I am putting together a UA order soonish, and was considering a visor).

With the correct pads the visor sits below the skullys visor and acts similar to the skullys visor its self although you CAN see thru it. Something I actually found novel the 1st time I noticed it.   As a practice I do not look thru it but was amused at how well I could see thru it. Much like a pair of sunglasses is how it acts visually 

 

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5 minutes ago, ArchAngel72 said:

With the correct pads the visor sits below the skullys visor and acts similar to the skullys visor its self although you CAN see thru it. Something I actually found novel the 1st time I noticed it.   As a practice I do not look thru it but was amused at how well I could see thru it. Much like a pair of sunglasses is how it acts visually 

 

Considering my location in this great country of ours. I also like that the visor keeps the rain off the bill of my cap.

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