Save Phace Masks Offer Top Paintball Protection Options:

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Save Phace Masks Offer Top Paintball Protection Options

When you buy a Save Phace mask for paintball protection, the first thing that people will undoubtedly notice is the badass design that is sure to make your opponents shake in their boots. While this is a one of the great aspects of owning one of our sick paintball masks, there is more than meets the eye. Our masks don’t only look great, but they also offer top-of-the-line protection that receives rave reviews from players everywhere. With a full lineup of great masks, there’s sure to be one for you.

Starting with our Diss and Dope series of paintball protection, you can get a great mask that offers excellent vision, excellent protection, and jaw-dropping graphics at a price that won’t keep you off of the field until your next payday. Just because these masks are at the starting point of our series doesn’t mean that you are sacrificing any of the excellent qualities that you expect from Save Phace. With lenses that won’t scratch or fog, and full facial protection, you can rest assured that you will not be hindered during play.

If you want to have all of the paintball protection as well as a comfortable, washable, and interchangeable foam for added comfort, then our OU812 and Marksalot lines are just what you crave. Staying comfortable in the field is more than a convenience; it helps you stay focused on the tasks at hand, which is kind of a big deal when you have people shooting paint at you. Don’t waste time trying to make last-second adjustments to your mask— keep you head in the game!

RWI foam inserts are a great start, but why stop there? A second thermal lens will help you adapt to any light or condition. That’s where our So Phat and Tagged series come in. While having a set of goggles that can cut out the sun is a great tool to have, it can be a bit hard using the same mask at an indoors course. These extra lenses are not only great for paintball protection, but they also enable you to customize your game for any weather or lighting situation. Rain or shine, you’ll know that you have the power to optimize your gear for the course.

All of our masks are sure to make you the most lethal player on the course, so be sure to check out the complete set of lines at SavePhace.com and be sure to add us to your Facebook and Twitter pages to stay up to date with all of your paintball needs.

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Tactical Eyewear: When and When Not to Wear

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Tactical Eyewear: When and When Not to Wear

 

 

If you’re an extreme sports lover, you had better invest in tactical eyewear sooner rather than later. Wait too long and you could end up losing an eye or breaking a tooth. Seriously, wearing the right tactical eyewear for the right application is no laughing matter. Here’s a look at applications where you can and should don protective eyewear.

 

  • Paintballing: Any reputable paintballing location requires players to wear masks at all times. You’re not even supposed to remove your mask in a dead zone if it’s within range of the field. Severe paintball injuries are known to occur if you play without a helmet, yet with the correct tactical eyewear and safety equipment from Save Phace, paintballing can a fun, safe way to get exercise and hang out with your friends.
  • Airsofting: Although airsoft guns are not likely to cause a life-threatening injury, they can certainly take out an eye if you’re not wearing the proper tactical eyewear. Save Phace’s tactical masks are ASTM and CE Certified for safe paintball and airsoft play.
  • Welding: Why would you even try to weld without a welding mask? If you do, you’re just asking for a spark to hit your face or for the bright light to damage your eyes. Don’t take any chances. Instead, choose an extreme face protector from Save Phace that matches the specs and tough-guy looks you’re after.
  • Fishing: While you don’t need a full mask to protect your face from the wrath of a trout or bass, tactical goggles are incredibly useful when fishing. The right pair from Save Phace can keep splashes, wind, and glare from the water from ruining your ability to see well. After all, if you can’t see, you’re certainly not going to catch anything.

 

To find the right tactical eyewear for your favorite extreme sporting activity, please visit the Save Phace website today. Then, learn more by finding us on Facebook and following us on Twitter.

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2013 Face Protection: The Download

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2013 Face Protection: The Download

Looking for face protection? You’ve come to the right place. Save Phace has a comprehensive collection of sports utility masks, tactical masks, and welding helmets designed precisely for the application you have in mind. Here are the ins and outs of our broad face protection options.

Sports Utility Masks

Sports utility masks, or SUMs, are designed for outdoor sport lovers. Whether you plan to take your ATV or motorcycle for a spin, spend a day boating, or go skiing through some fine powder, SUMs are there to Save Phace. They protect you from stinging sand, pouring rain, fierce wind, splattering bugs, messy mud, and prickling snow while you’re out having a blast.

Our SUMs are built for durability and comfort with lightweight construction that won’t weigh you down, lenses that won’t fog up, and a design made to fit 98 percent of the population. For the best-fitting, best-looking face protection, look no further than our sports utility masks.

Tactical Masks

If you love paintball or airsoft, take your face protection up a notch with our tactical masks. A military-grade anti-fog interior coating is guaranteed to prevent fog while an outer coating provides an anti-scratch surface to prolong the lifetime of the lens. Plus, with replaceable foam and straps, you prolong the mask’s lifespan by replacing worn parts instead of throwing the whole mask out.

If you’ve ever felt cheated by a tactical mask’s poor vision, rest assured that Save Phace masks have better peripheral vision than any other mask on the market. Vent plugs also ensure no stray jell cap or BB finds its way through the mask. It’s clear that tactical masks are the ultimate option in comfortable face protection.

Welding Helmets

Out welding helmets fall into a category we passionately call extreme face protectors, or EFPs. No other welding helmets in the world offer 180-degree peripheral vision, a face-forming profile to access tight spaces, and an auto darkening filter, or ADF, to protect your eyes from ultra violet and infrared rays while welding.

Like all our face protection gear, EFPs come with killer graphics. You can even customize your own ideal look. Check out the Elementary Series, Gen X Series, and Gen Y Series to find the perfect welding helmet for you.

For access to all the face protection you will ever need, visit the Save Phace website. Then, learn more by finding us on Facebook and following us on Twitter.

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Paintball Protection: Better Than Ever

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Paintball Protection: Better Than Ever

 

Paintball Protection

As you get ready to play paintball for the first time, remember to suit up:

  • Protect your head and face: Choose one of Save Phace’s tactical masks certified by the ASTM and CE for safe paintball play. With our masks’ vent plugs, your face is guaranteed protection against rogue paintballs that want nothing more than to slip through the holes in your mask and break your teeth. It’s wise to wear a cold weather hood under your mask for additional protection.
  • Cover your neck: Neck guards protect this sensitive area of your body and take the sting out of a paintball hit.
  • Shield your hands: Padded paintball gloves are important to shield your hands from paintballs whizzing by.
  • Defend your arms and legs: Guards for your forearms, shins, and knees can be lifesavers if you’re being pummeled by other paintball players.

Other Safety Measures

While safety gear is important, take these other paintball safety considerations into account:

  • Never remove your mask during a match: What’s the point of wearing paintball protection if you take it off while people are still shooting? Get way out of range or wait until the round is over to remove your mask.
  • Use your marker safely: Don’t point it at anyone unless you’re playing and the participant is wearing the right gear, and never look down the barrel unless it’s disconnected. Use a barrel cover or plug and a safety catch to prevent misfires.
  • Follow all the safety rules: Become familiar with the rules at your favorite paintballing site and stick to them. The consequences of not following the rules might include ejection from the game, or what’s worse, a serious injury could occur.

For all your paintball protection needs, please visit the Save Phace website today. Then, learn more by finding us on Facebook and following us on Twitter.

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Airsoft Masks: Covering Your Moneymaker

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Airsoft Masks: Covering Your Moneymaker

 

 

As you compare airsoft masks, do you want something flimsy, soft, and cheap? Consider that you’re protecting your face and what you’re protecting it against: fast-flying plastic BBs with enough force behind them to knock out your teeth or worse. That’s why you want the unmatched comfort and safety features along with the killer customization of Save Phace’s airsoft masks.

 

Unmatched Features

We offer only the best ASTM and CE Certified airsoft masks with all the safety and comfort features you want:
• Anti-fog lens coating
• Scratch-resistant lens coating
• UV lens coating to reduce glare
• Lenses that meet or exceed ANSI and ASTM standards for impact resistance, luminance, and optical clarity
• Quick-change lens system
• Excellent peripheral vision
• Low profile and lightweight design
• Plush, replaceable foam
• Adjustable, replaceable Sure Grip strap
• Neck guard
• Comfortable design meant to fit 96 percent of the population
• Vent plugs that keep stray jell caps and BBs from smashing through holes and hitting your face
• 30-day limited warranty

Sick Graphics
At Save Phace, we offer seven tactical mask categories, each with slightly different features and graphics. The LL Series includes the Vengeance airsoft mask, the sickest mask for airsoft play you’ll find anywhere. (Please note that the Vengeance mask is not to be used for paintball!)

While the LL Series offers the most affordable tactical masks for airsoft play, it’s wise to choose a paintball-rated mask if that’s a sport you enjoy as well. Then, you have one mask for all your extreme sports.

When you choose a mask from the Diss, Dope, OU812, Marks Allot, So Phat, or Tagged series, you get to choose from killer graphics that put fear in the hearts of your enemies. If the perfect look you have in mind isn’t available, you can also order a custom mask with your very own design. An in-house artist airbrushes your mask by hand, completing the job with a wax product that protects the paint job. In fact, paintballs wipe right off, so your custom look will last a long, long time.

To find the right airsoft masks for the game, please visit the Save Phace website today. Then, learn more by finding us on Facebook and following us on Twitter.

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Save Phace Sports Utility Masks at the 2013 Bassmaster Classic: Are You Ready?

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Save Phace at 2013 Bassmaster Classic

You can bet plenty of Save Phace sports utility masks will make an appearance at this year’s Bassmaster Classic, which is being held Feb. 22-24, 2013 at Grand Lake in Tulsa, OK. If you’re an outdoor adventure and fishing fan, you won’t want to miss this! Here’s what you need to know whether you’re attending or watching the tournament on TV.

Attending the Bassmaster Classic

What an amazing event to see in person! As you’re coordinating your trip, consider the rates of local hotels. The sooner you book your stay, the better deal you can get. Time is running out, so act quickly!

With the logistics out of the way, you can head on down to Grand Lake for all the boating and fishing action starting at 7:00am. Keep your eyes peeled for anglers wearing sports utility masks, which are known for providing excellent protection and style to the wearer.

While you’re in Tulsa, be sure to hit up the Bassmaster Classic Outdoor Expo at the Tulsa Convention Center. The expo is open to the public from 12:00pm to 8:00pm on Feb. 22; 10:00am to 7:00pm on Feb. 23; and 10:00am to 4:00pm on Feb 24. The Bassmaster Classic weigh-in station and expo venue are within walking distance of one another, making it easy for you to enjoy both events.

Watching the Bassmaster Classic on TV

Keep your schedule open the mornings of Saturday, March 2 and Sunday, March 3. On March 2 from 10:00am to 11:00am, watch the Bassmaster Classic Day #1 on ESPN. If you miss it the first time, Day #1 is replayed 6:00am to 7:00am on March 3.

Then, stayed tuned from 7:00am to 9:00am for the Bassmaster Classic Day #2 and from 10:00am to 12:00pm for the Championship. Day #2 and the Championship are scheduled to air again on Sunday, March 10 from 5:00am to 9:00am. Here’s the full TV schedule.

While you’re glued to the television watching every bit of action, be sure to keep an eye out for Save Phace sports utility masks!

 To find the same sports utility masks you will see at the Bassmaster Classic, visit the Save Phace website today. Then, learn more by finding us on Facebook and following us on Twitter.

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Safety When in the Sand Dunes

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Before we talk about safety when in the sand dunes, ponder this: what are your favorite dunes to shred up while riding in your ATV or off-road motorcycle? The most common dunes are crescentic, though linear and parabolic dunes are quite common as well. Star and dome dunes are rarer types generally found in the Sahara and Saudi Arabia, respectively.

No matter which is your favorite, learn where to find the types of dunes that give you the biggest thrill, and follow tips for staying safe when riding up sand dunes.

Where to Ride Sand Dunes

While some of the tallest dunes on are in China, you don’t have to travel that far from home to track down some killer dunes. Check out these areas:

  • Cinder Hills, Arizona (12 miles northeast of Flagstaff)
  • Hot Wells Dunes Recreation Area, Arizona (25 miles southeast of Safford)
  • Dumont Dunes, California (North of Baker on Highway 127)
  • Rasor Dunes, California (15 miles southwest of Baker)
  • North Sand Hills, Colorado (15 miles northwest of Walden)
  • Amargosa, Nevada (100 miles northwest of Las Vegas on Highway 95)
  • Kermit Sand Hills, Texas (10 miles north of Kermit)

Tips for Safety When in the Sand Dunes

With the perfect dunes right in front of you, be sure to enjoy your daytrip without breaking your equipment (or your bones) by following these tips for safety when in the sand dunes:

  • When changing direction, move your weight forward, push the bike/ATV down into the turn, and gas it. You should float on the sand like a speedboat.
  • Stop on flat, hard patches whenever possible. When an ideal place to stop isn’t available, go for a downward slope rather than an upward one.
  • Look ahead—tricky cambers, tufts of grass, and other vehicles’ tracks can topple your ride.
  • Never go alone. It’s always safer to ride dunes with at least a buddy or two. Besides, if you go alone, there’s no one to take pictures or videos of your sick moves to show off later.

Gear Up for Safety When in the Sand Dunes

Wear the right gear! It doesn’t matter if you’re a novice or a pro; you’re never too cool to wear the right safety gear. Make sure you have all of the following before you hit the dunes:

  • Chest protection
  • Fully supportive boots
  • Long sleeves/pants, even on the hottest days
  • Safety helmet! Goggle/mask combos are the best for protecting your eyes and your entire face while shredding it up with your friends in the sand dunes.

To learn more about specialized masks for safety when in the sand dunes, check out the sick masks on our website and follow us on Phacebook and Twitter.

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Tactical Goggles versus Mask in CQB

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Tactical Goggles

CQB tactical goggles come in variety of forms. They protect your eyes, but keep the rest of your face vulnerable. This might be just fine, depending on your activity, since the wind on your face feels really great. Goggles also don’t cover your ears, which could be drawback as far as protection is concerned.

If you opt for goggles in the tactical goggles versus mask in CQB debate, make sure your goggles have the following features:

  • Guaranteed not to fog
  • Ergonomic design for comfort
  • Durable materials to withstand high impact
  • Adjustable size for a proper fit

Tactical Masks

For paintball and airsoft play, it’s better if you choose a mask for full facial protection. Not only do masks provide complete face and ear protection, but if you choose one with a killer graphic, you’ll also look totally badass.

Here are the top features to look for in a tactical mask:

  • Fog-free lenses
  • Customizable look
  • Replaceable foam and straps
  • Plush foam for comfort
  • Durable so it lasts a long time
  • Adjustable strap for the right fit
  • Vent plugs to keep merciless jell gaps or BBs from coming through the holes and hitting your face
  • Tested for safety

Obviously, either goggles or a mask could work for you, depending on the hazard level of your activity. To learn more about tactical goggles versus mask in CQB, check out the sick options we offer on our website and follow us on Phacebook and Twitter.

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Welding Spatter: How to Clean It Up and Prevent It Next Time

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Welding spatter, or slag, refers to those annoying drips of molten metal that screw up the appearance of your welding job. Apart from leaving a mess behind, there are other problems with welding spatter that you want to avoid, such as burnt holes in your clothing, burn marks on your skin and wasted time cleaning up the slag. Here are the best methods for cleaning up welding spatter and how to prevent it next time.

Cleaning Up Welding Spatter

If the finished piece ends up with messy spatter, clean it up with your preferred method:

  • Scrape it off: Use a file for small bits or a hammer and chisel for larger globs. A grinder also works. Remove spatter stuck to the nozzle with pliers.
  • Use chemicals: Anti-spatter compounds help remove spatter from welded pieces. Water-based products are biodegradable while solvent-based products are more toxic. To avoid skin irritation and other risks associated with solvent-based products, we recommend water-based anti-spatter compounds whenever possible. These come in dip, gel or spray form, and should be applied directly to the work piece and the nozzle to prevent spatter.
  • Use gas-fed continuous spray: This dispenser attaches to the welder to provide continuous protection against spatter.

Preventing Welding Spatter

Protect your piece, your clothes and your skin with these tips to avoid the problems with welding spatter:

  • Adjust the voltage: Voltage and the arc’s length are closely related. Find the balance between a tight weld at the right intensity to reduce spatter.
  • Wipe down the welding surface: Getting rid of oil, rust, and other contaminants can help prevent spatter. Use an abrasive tool or chemical to prep the welding surface before you start.
  • Secure the environment: Get out of the wind and secure cabling on clean surfaces to prevent weld altercations.
  • Angle the torch correctly: By assuming a drag angle and keeping the wire behind, spatter stays in the weld pool so you can clean it up as you go.
  • Use shielding gas and wire to your advantage: These should prevent spatter, not add to it. Minimize welding spatter with argon shielding gas and wires with deoxidizing substances in them.

To learn more about protecting your face from welding spatter, check out our sick masks in action on our website and follow us on Phacebook and Twitter.

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Save Phace: Benefits of Tactical Eyewear and Other Paintball Gear

Recon Black with both lens md Save Phace: Benefits of Tactical Eyewear and Other Paintball GearIf you’ve ever been hit in the mask with a paintball or BB, you understand the fundamental benefit of wearing the ideal tactical eyewear and paintball gear. Your mask may have saved you from permanent eye damage or even blindness. Aside from the obvious prevention of eye and facial injuries, here are some other benefits of wearing the proper paintball gear.

Improved Visibility

Stop complaining about impaired vision when you wear tactical eyewear. Just find paintball gear with scratch-resistant, anti-fog lenses and you’ll forget you’re even wearing them.

Greater Mobility

Don’t fall for the notion that paintball equipment is heavy and cumbersome. Lightweight gear ensures proper protection without impairing your movement.

All-Over Protection

Every part of exposed skin is susceptible in paintball. Don’t forget about the benefit of neck protection when you wear the right paintball gear.

Increased Comfort

Being stuck with your own stale air can be a drag, so make sure you find paintball equipment that breathes well for optimal comfort in the game.

Killer Graphics

Cool-looking paintball gear can add to your style rather than detract from it. Masks with skulls, camo, robot faces and other designs will help intimidate your paintball foes. You can even have your helmet customized by a professional artist so it has the exact look you’re going for—the badass look suits you well!.

Durability Reigns

With the right investment, you can expect your tactical eyewear to last for a very long time. Look for masks with interchangeable lenses, straps and foam to help your investment last as long as possible. A protective wax product on the mask ensures that paintballs wipe right off, helping the graphic last for years as well.

Allows You to Play

It’s often illegal to play in a tournament without the proper tactical eyewear, so shut up and put your helmet on!

To learn more about tactical eyewear and other paintball gear you need for bodily
protection, check out the sick masks, goggles and accessories on our website. Look us up on Phacebook and Twitter for tips, tricks, and sweet deals!

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