Pods are the plastic tubes that you use to refill your hopper during your games. Pods are normally stored in a pack, or a vest. There are many different sizes and styles of pods, from 10 rounds up to 165 rounds. Pods also come in many different colors. Loaders are used to refill all of your pods before and after your games. They are designed to fill your pods without dropping any of them on the ground, which tends to happen if you hand load pods. We break down the differences in the different styles of pods at the bottom of this page!
These pods are designed for the player who prefers to outsmart and out maneuver his opponent, instead of just overpowering him with paint.
100 Round Pods
One hundred round pods are the same diameter as the standard (140 Round) pods, just shorter. These pods are intended for players who don't want the weight of the 140 round pods, but still have a standard pod pack.
140 Round Pods
These are the standard pods that packs are made to fit. These pods are for the players who like to shoot a lot of paint. They come in a wide variety of brands and colors.
Virute PF Pods
Virtue PF pods come in two different sizes the PF135 is twenty percent shorter than a standard (140 Round) pod, while only holding five less paintballs. The Virtue PF165 is the same size as a standard (140 Round) pod, but carries twenty percent more paint due to its diameter remaining constant, instead of tapering at the bottom. The PF pods have a unique lid release system, instead of prying off the lid with your thumb, the PF pods have a push button you simply press and the hindge swings open.
Dye locklids are 160 round pods, their extra capacity is due to their bubbly design. They too feature an easy release lid, you simly slide a release to the side and the hindge swings open.