Gear Bags & Cases
Paintball gear bags and paintball equipment cases store and transport paintball equipment, such as markers, tanks, hoppers, goggles, pods, and other accessories. Gear bags are generally larger and can hold multiple items, while equipment cases are more compact and typically hold specific items, such as markers or tanks.
Paintball players usually purchase paintball bags and cases to protect their expensive and fragile equipment while traveling. These cases are good for keeping paintball gear organized. It also makes it convenient to access your gear as you can always know where everything is.
Paintball Gear Bag Types
Gear bags typically vary in style and usually have multiple compartments to organize your gear for easy access and transport. These bags typically have padding and reinforced bottoms to protect your equipment from damage during transport.
A paintball backpack is a type of gear bag specifically designed for the sport of paintball. It is typically a backpack-style bag designed to hold and organize paintball equipment, such as markers, tanks, hoppers, pods, and other accessories. Paintball backpacks often have multiple compartments, pockets, and straps to keep the gear securely in place and easily accessible. They also have padded straps and back panels for comfort during transport.
Paintball backpacks are often used by players to carry their gear to and from the paintball field. They can store and transport gear to and from events, tournaments, or practices. Some backpacks can hold tanks and even pods in the harness and back area, making it easy to carry it all on the player's back.
Paintball Roller Bags
A paintball roller bag is a type of gear bag that is designed for the sport of paintball and features wheels and a telescoping handle, similar to a traditional suitcase. These bags are typically larger and more robust than a traditional paintball backpack and are designed to hold and transport a large amount of paintball equipment such as markers, tanks, hoppers, pods, and other accessories.
The wheels and handle allow for easy transportation of the bag to and from the paintball field, events, or tournaments. Roller bags usually have a hardshell case design that protects the gear inside. Some can also be locked with zippers or a combination lock to secure your gear. They also have multiple compartments, pockets, and straps to keep the gear secure and easily accessible.
Paintball Equipment Case Types
Equipment cases are typically hard-shell cases, with compartments inside. They are built to protect your gear from impact and other hazards, such as water and dust. Marker cases are designed to hold the paintball marker securely and may have room for other accessories as well. Tank cases are designed to hold tanks, regulators, and other similar items.
Paintball goggle cases protect your investment when it comes to critical safety gear. Most goggle cases include a structural component that protects your goggles from impact damage. They may also have a soft interior to keep lenses from getting scratched.
A paintball tank case cushions your paintball tank from any kind of rupturing or puncturing damage. Paintball tanks contain highly compressed air, which can be extremely dangerous if the vessel were to fail in some way. The best tank cases include compartments for extra air lines and fittings.
Ammunition is key to paintball, just like a marker or a tank. Loader cases, therefore, protect your equipment from damage during transport, so you can arrive at the field ready to go. The best loader cases include a carry handle to make it easy to transport your loader from one location to another.
It’s nearly impossible to play paintball without a marker. Marker cases incorporate a soft-lined interior that cushions your marker during transport. They may also include compartments for extra barrels to keep everything together.
One of the best things about paintball is that you can switch out your barrel to fit the paintballs you’re working with at any game. Holding all of those barrels in a single location, however, can be difficult, especially since they’re typically slippery. Barrel cases allow you to store your barrels in a single spot to interchange them as needed. Plus, they won’t rattle around in the case and damage one another as they’re often separated by foam or another squishy material.