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Old February 25, 2020, 20:43   #1
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Fog Free Goggles?

Are there goggles that are actually fog free? I have tried several kinds over the years and they always fog up. I'm looking for goggles to wear to keep wind, snow, rain, out of your eyes when out hunting etc.
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Old February 25, 2020, 21:06   #2
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Brand names escape me at the moment, but go by your local motorcycle dealer and ask for a recommendation. There are some really good products for this exact purpose used for full-face motorcycle helmets and goggles.
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Some dumb-ass will still buy the stuff that is supposed to go on the OUTSIDE of the windows, and then proclaim this stuff doesn't work.

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Old February 25, 2020, 23:17   #4
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https://www.durawear.com/hexarmor-mx...SABEgKvEfD_BwE

I have used their fog proof safety glasses and they really do work.
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Every pair of ski goggles I have worn in the last 20 years has been fog free.
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Old February 26, 2020, 09:59   #6
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Every pair of ski goggles I have worn in the last 20 years has been fog free.
This, right here!

Goggles made for winter sports use double lenses. Goggles for MX use a single lens and tend to fog up when not enough air is passing through them (like when riding moto).

Another trick is to not take them off once you have them on, the temperature difference will cause fogging asap.
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Every pair of ski goggles I have worn in the last 20 years has been fog free.
Great information, thanks! I will look in that direction.
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Double, sealed lenses.
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