Tank covers are popular because let's face it, HPA air systems can be expensive, and need to be maintained to ensure they will pass hydro testing in the future. Spending a little bit of money on a tank cover can save you hundreds over time. There are a few different kinds of tank covers we offer.
Rubber - Rubber tank covers were made popular by Exalt, these are very lightweight rubber tank covers, they excel in grip and never slip or slide on your bottle.
Neoprene - Neoprene tank covers are usually a less costly tank cover option, they will slip a little, but will still protect your investment.
Traditional - These tank covers provide the best bottle protection, they are usually a pretty thick cloth/neoprene material. If your number one priority is to take care of your tank, this is the tank cover for you.
These are the most popular amongst tournament paintball players, as they are light, look good, and stay on the bottle tight even when diving and sliding. They are available in a couple different styles, one style is a tank butt style, and only fits on the back portion of your tank, these are not so much for protection of the bottle, but instead to provide grip from the users shoulder to his or her tank. The other style is a full tank cover, and while providing shoulder grip it also protects your bottle much better.
Neoprene Tank Covers
Neoprene tank covers are designed to be a lightweight and inexpensive option to protect your HPA air system. They are normally pretty simple, a thin neoprene bottle cover that fits snugly around your tank. These tank covers are efficient at protecting your bottle from the normal wear and tear of paintball.
Traditional Tank Covers
Traditional tank covers are the tried and true method for bottle protection. These offer the ultimate protection, due to their construction and materials, typically made up of different materials sewn together to create a nice tight fit. When you just want to be sure your investment is safe, turn to a protective traditional tank cover.