Paintball (laser tag) is an active kind of recreation. With strict observance of safety techniques, paintball is one of the most non-traumatic sports.
People with disabilities can play paintball.
During the game you will move a lot, so dress comfortably and in the weather.
At the base players will receive camouflage, protecting from moisture and paint – a jacket, trousers, a bandanna, disposable cotton gloves, children and women – a protective waistcoat.
All this can be put on top of your clothes, including. over the hat and jacket in the cold season.
Pay attention to the shoes: it should be comfortable to run, it should not be a brand and waterproof.
If there is a slush outside the window and there is a risk of getting your feet wet, take spare socks with you.
Children during the game are sweating, they take off their outer clothing in the tent, run out into the street and can catch cold, so it will not be superfluous to grab a shirts for them.
If you wear glasses, you will not need to take them off to put on a paintball mask.
If you play in sub-zero weather, you can grab warm gloves so your hands do not freeze, but not too thick, so you can easily pull the trigger.
For the balls use food coloring, they are easily washed and do not cause poisoning when ingested, however there are not recommended.
If children come to the game with valuable things and gadgets, it is better to leave them in the car, or to hand over to one of the adults who came with the company, as children often scatter and lose them. Please keep in mind that for the valuables left unattended in the recreation areas, the club’s personnel are not responsible.
All playgrounds are open. Rain or frost down to -20 does not make the game less fun, however, in extreme weather conditions, instruction is conducted in covered rooms. Being on the playgrounds, players move a lot and, as a rule, do not freeze. After the game, they are placed in indoor and heated recreation areas in the cold season.