Its really unfortunate that I have to post in this thread again, but some people just don't get it. The only way your goggles can fog is if there is warm, moist air getting in them somehow, ex. breathing, warming up from hiking, warming up from skiing hard on a snowy day. Any anti fog coating is a SECONDARY line of defense to fog. The FIRST being a properly designed, and properly fitting goggle. Maybe EG2's are just pieces of shit that don't vent properly, I don't know, I have never owned a pair. Either way, a properly designed, properly worn goggle will not fog regardless of any anti-fog coating on the inside of the lens. The coating is to help in extreme conditions, it is a secondary line of defense.