If this is for real... I might have to try this..
I have a pair of I/Ox Goggles (cause I'm stuck wearing stupid glasses). They are ok, but the ventilation on both the lenses and frame could be better I think.
I have tried...
No Fog cloths (Lasted for about 30 to 45 minutes then its back to fogging)
Cat Crap (Lasted for 30 to about 1 hour)
Dish soap (sucked)
Potato Water (sucked)
No Fog Spray (Lasted maybe 20 minutes... sucked)
What I've learned:
- There is no smoking gun in the war against fogged goggles (especially when wearing glasses)
- Keep your goggles dry.. don't store in car.
- Keep lenses clean (dirt seems to make it easier for fog to form)
- Cat Crap seems to work the best but even that doesn't last forever (maybe there's another type of spray that works better)
- Put your goggles on in a dry place, and make sure they fit snugly so that outside air does not get in... the whole point is to keep the inside of the goggle as dry as possible
- Dry goggles off when on breaks for food
- If they do start to fog on the inside (because of your sweaty face)... try to ventilate them so that no new moisture is introduced
- If that doesn't work, ski really fast to get rid of fog... the first minute is much more fun 'cause you cant see anything
- If its wet snow or air with high moisture content... you're screwed
On a sidenote.. has anyone tried those turbo fan goggles? If so... post a review?