Hey guys, so I got a pair of Anon M2's this season and I just need to start off by saying I love the goggle. Super comfortable, great optics, great field of view, and the lens swap system is incredible. However, nearly every time I have gone out skiing, I end up having some serious fogging issues with the things. When I go skiing, I'm an incredibly sweaty person(I know, ew) and often times on the walk to the hill, regardless of how little I'm wearing I already start to perspire. I have my helmet fully vented, Try to not wear a beanie under the helmet, but have started wearing neck tubes or over the head gaiters to cover my ears and whatnot, and I still get pretty moist extremely quickly. Now, I know goggles are supposed to vent well enough to prevent fogging, but am wondering is it an issue with the gogs, or is it just an issue with excessive moisture from my face fogging the goggle? If it was minor, I really wouldnt care, but it gets to the point of fully obstructing my vision, and then if its cold out the fog freezes when I try to air it out, rendering the goggles useless.
I do love the goggles, but I may need to get rid of em and go another route if its them and not me. I don't know if I should contact Anon on this or not, as they state they're extremely fog resistant, and mine have been everything but. If I do need to go in another direction, do you guys have any reccommendations for me? I LOVE the frameless look, and definitely wouldnt mind something a little larger, was thinking the Smith I/OX, or even a cheaper pair of EG2's or something. Really unsure, I have a weird face structure haha.
Anyway, if anyone could help me out with a little insight here it would be much appreciated, thanks guys.