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Pro Active Black/Chrome Mask

* The base material for the mask is highly durable and consists of stiff ABS-plastic with 25% rubber composite * New extended throat protection (ETP) design offers better protection for the throat area * Inner liner is made of PZ 070 cellular plastic, which absorbs hits and impacts and still conforms well * Inner liner is movable and washable * Stainless steel active cage is light and durable and provides maximum peripheral vision * Full back plate * Includes a protective carry bag and extra foam padding to customize the fit of the mask * Fits head sizes from 22.4 - 23.6 (57-60cm)
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Why would I choose this over an Eddy? They appear nearly identical and the cost is the same.
asked 3 years, 8 months ago
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The masks are actually quite different. The Wall Mask is made of ABS plastic with a rubber injection (to help dampen vibrations), and it fits and looks somewhat like a Bauer NME would. The Eddy Ultimate GT II (which I believe is the one you are comparing it to?) is made of injection molded fiberglass with aramid fiber (kevlar) in the forehead and chin. The Eddy fits a bit closer to your chin, and the chin/throat protection is also a bit shorter.
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