Feb 18, 2016

Introducing the new DLX Luxe Ice Paintball Marker

The wait for a new Luxe gun is over with the worldwide release of the DLX Luxe Ice paintball gun. The pursuit of perfection is here and will blow off your socks. With more features than ever before, the masses will be lined up to get their hands on the newly released and upgraded gun.

Although not all of the details have been released yet, DLX has given us a few of the key features that make this different from the previous Luxe 2.0 series of guns. A Redesigned bolt system will power this new model luxe and give it a 40psi reduction on the pressure used to operate the gun. Not only will it help with a quieter sound signature, it will also give it a 20% increase in on the field efficiency. Not only will that make the gun shoot better and smoother than ever, it will reduce the amount of maintenance required to keep the gun in good working order.

If you were ever frustrated with the regulator on the previous Luxe 2.0 marker, then have no fear. An all new regulator design makes adjusting and working on your regulator a breeze. Not only did the regulator get a makeover, the ASA was updated and streamlined as well. Why stop there when you can re-mill the entire gun and make it smooth beautiful.

Pictures of the DLX Luxe Ice will be available shortly and will be updated on this page.

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Exalt FreeFlex Paintball Elbow Pads

Were coming at you today with a product we just go in which are the Exalt FreeFlex Elbow Pads. We will go over what the pads are about and what Exalt has changed from their previous version of thrasher elbow pads.

What your first going to notice on these pads is there is a padded glove pad on the back of your palm. Now there is no need to ever buy gloves again and you can save some extra money on the side. This also saves money when you are ordering custom jerseys and you don't have to pay extra for gloves built in.

Another improvement of the Exalt FreeFlex Elbow Pads is the retention Strap on the back of the pad. With a traditional pad, the Velcro will get stuck on your clothing but not with the exalt elbow pads. The support strap rotates underneath pad so you can move the end of the Velcro from sticking out while playing.

One of the other key improvments is the quadcore protection. There are now 4 levels of protection which include Lycra, inner arm, elbow padding and forearm padding.

Check out the Exalt Free Flex elbow pads and step up your paintball game.  Also check out the new Exalt FreeFlex Knee and Slide shorts.

New HK Army Crash Knee Pads

Here is your first look at the HK Army Crash Knee Pads. These high quality paintball knee pads will keep your knees padded and protected on the paintball field. Available in four different sizes, you will be sure you get the right size fit you are looking for.

The knee portion of this pad is contoured to cup your knee cap and allow for maximum mobility. The stretchy lykra material on the back, keeps the Hk knee pads from bunching up when you are kneeling over or crouched. The pad material itself is sewn onto a padded neoprene that adds extra cushion.

Check out the pictures of the Hk Army Crash knee pads below.
Hk Army Crash Knee Pads