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Full head protection goggle system

For your complete comfort and safety Delta Force has invested in the very latest US-Spec full head protection goggle systems. With our full head protection goggles your face and head are completely protected against the impact of paintballs – allowing you to enjoy your day in greater comfort and safety than ever before. When coupled with the protective collars on our combat suits, all players are completely protected from potentially dangerous and painful head/neck-shots.

It is widely accepted in Health & Safety circles that paintball players should be equipped with full head protection (not just face/temple protection). However, most other paintball operators have not yet made the leap, and still use old-fashioned goggles that provide no protection to the top and back of the head. At Delta Force we place a premium importance on your safety – we only accept the best.

When deciding where to book your day of paintball – ask the operator if they provide this superior level of protection (and if not, why not?).

FAQs on goggles:

Q: Why doesn’t every paintball operator use these goggles?
A: They cost four times as much as the old-fashioned goggles; many small operators simply cannot afford to make the investment.

Q: Why are full head goggle systems particularly important for young players?
A: The goggles have a ‘top’ to them, meaning that the goggles cannot possibly ‘slip-down’ (with an inferior goggle system this is always a remote possibility amongst persons with smaller ‘hat’ sizes). The chinstrap equally prevents the goggles from being lifted accidentally.

Q: Aren’t full head goggle systems going to make me hot?
A: The ‘helmets’ are made of hard plastic plates – each plate is fully articulated and equipped with the maximum possible number of ventilation ports. The goggles are no ‘hotter’ in use than the old-fashioned versions.

Q: Do they steam-up?
A: The goggles are exceptionally well ventilated and factory-equipped with proprietary ‘anti-fog’ lenses and the goggles seldom ‘steam-up’. We also have cleaning stations in the base camp where you can clean your goggles during breaks between the games.