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In this Tac Shack video, I’ll show you guys how I set up my tan head loadout for games. This is a great set up that finds a nice balance between comfort and function. Hopefully this video gives you some ideas for your own head loadout!
Gear Used for Tan Head Loadout:
(Note: All prices are approximate and subject to change.)
Condor Multi Wrap (Tan)– $9
Comfortable, light, moisture wicking, and still protects you from BBs going down your ear canal! What more could you ask for $9!
Gen 1 Striker Lower Metal Mesh Mask– $10
Great mesh mask for airsofters that like to be able to aim down their sights! Easy to modify to fit a variaty of googles and full seal shooting glasses. For a modification tutorial, go HERE.
Lancer Tactical Deluxe Ventalation Goggles (with 3 lens set)– $18
Great googles for the money. The three lenses make it easy to adapt the googles to work well in almost any environment or weather conditions. They do have a tendency to fog, so be sure to get a Cyclone Mike!
Bungee Modification- FREE!
This has been one of the best modifications I’ve made to my head loadout! Easy to get on and off at a game and also increases the comfort of the head loadout!
Metal NVG Mount (for mounting my SJ4000 action camera)- $20
An NVG mount is the easiest way I’ve found to mount and stabilize an action camera for filming airsoft games. Nothings worse than super shaking and bouncy airsoft footage, so be sure to get one if you can use it with your helmet!
Cyclone Mike (from ActionFans)– $40
One of the best defogging systems on the market in my opinion. Long battery life, easy to set up, and very user friendly! You can see my full review of the Cyclone Mike, HERE.
6400 mAh Easy Acc Battery Pack– $13
Super cheap way to fuel your action camera for HOURS at a game! Fits nice on a helmet and has LED indicator lights for checking the battery level on the fly!
Lancer Tactical PJ F.A.S.T. Helmet (Navy Seal Tan)– $65
This helmet may seem a bit overpriced when compared to the $35, basic helmets from Lancer Tactical, but this helmet really is a step up in comfort and functionality when you’re on the field. The adjustment band and padding on the inside make it easy to fit to your head and will accommodate even a monster noggin! 🙂
Let me know what gear you use for your head loadout in the comments!