Sector Pro Harness Review - Unique Pod Pack Features
Hey, what's up, everyone? It's Tony from Lone Wolf Paintball, and today I'm excited to talk to you about the brand new Sector Pro harness. Trust me; this is the real deal, and if you're looking for the best source for harnesses, head over to lonewolfpaintball.com. So, let's dive right into it.
I've got the Sector Pro harness right here, and there's something special about it that sets it apart. Developed and tested by some of the Tampa Bay Damage guys, particularly with Jason Edwards heavily involved in the project. Now, we all know there are numerous pod packs on the market, different styles, sizes, you name it. But today, I want to highlight why the Sector did an exceptional job with this one.
First off, let's talk about the packaging. It comes in a nice little carrying case that's fully ventilated all around. It's perfect for after a long day of play when your pack might be full of paint, stinky, and sweaty. Tossing it back into the carrying case allows it to breathe, which is a thoughtful touch.
Now, let's move on to the features. As you can see, it has elastic straps up top to help with the ejection system when pulling out a pod. What's interesting is that each pod holder is numbered. This is a four plus seven pack, meaning it holds a total of 11 pods. The numbered design is excellent for quick communication in the heat of a game.
One unique feature that stands out is the rain and sun shield. Yes, you heard it right. There's a zipper pocket with a shield inside that you can pull out. Whether it's pouring rain or scorching sun, this shield provides protection, keeping you comfortable and your paint cool. It's a game-changer and, as far as I know, the only one on the market offering this feature.
Moving to the inside, you'll find a classic four-strap operation with mesh ventilation to avoid trapping moisture. The padded pillow in the center provides lumbar support, a nice touch for those long days on the field.
So, what's my favorite feature? I really appreciate the numbered pod holders. Being a dominant right-handed shooter, it helps me communicate quickly in the pits about which pods I need. And, of course, the rain and sun shield add a level of versatility that sets this harness apart.
For $89.95, the Sector Pro harness is a solid choice, developed and used by pro players, including the shoutout to Tampa Bay Damage for their recent success in the Pro NXL. Don't miss out on this fantastic gear. Check them out at lonewolfpaintball.com. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to drop them below. What are your thoughts on this pack? Let's discuss!