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Advice on Goggles
Just recently bought a cheaper pair of Scott Sanction STD goggles but they always seem to fog up and its a huge pain in the ass. Now i don't really care about the price i want to buy a better pair that doesn't deal with fogging up and has a bigger lens with more visibility any suggestions?
oakley crowbar or splice. anon realm. smith io.
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Check out electric, oakley, smith, poc, and dragon. Those are the most common companies, find a goggle you like and then go to your local shop or find a friend with them and try them on. It's personal preference on goggles because everyone's face is different.
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your best bet is to just go to a shop and try some goggles on. You shouldn't have fogging problems with any higher end goggle (not used) as long as you don't wipe the inner lens while it's still wet or with a product not made for cleaning lenses.
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Describe when your fogging issues are occurring?
It is possible to fog expensive, high-end goggles as well. It'd be a shame for you to dump money and set the product up for failure in case you are doing something that makes the product prone to fogging.
I have crowbars and love them. allow me to see all around me and don't block vision like most goggles and don't fog or anything. but also look at splice, I/O, airbrakes, EG2 etc.
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