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Do you wipe your lens when they are dry or just not at all?
Ook so i have new goggles (spry soilders) and they fogged up imensley and i wiped the inside with some dry cotton. while skiing so yes they were wettish. i wiped the entire thing. i have heard of smuging of anti fog coating. when i got home i notice small smudges (verry verry small). When they were dry i meticulously used a goggle wipe to wipe them gentely and the smudges disapeered so i wonder if i wiped the entire anti fog coating of or they are fine. they seem fine. but i have yet to use them skiing again yet.
pleas help me out
My guess is that if they fogged up before, they'll fog up again. Usually it's all downhill from the first time they start to fog up badly.
my brand new c bars fogged up like the 3rd day I used them... goggles fog man you just gota deal with it happens to me when I take a face shot or eat shit and the vents get all covered in snow then you hike and get a little hot and bam fog.
you probably took it all off. next time when you get new lenses and they fog, take them off and put them in an outside pocket on your jacket/backpack(if hiking) if this is a regular problem wear less layers and get smith turbo fan phenoms
Hmm never heard of those goggles, are they new?
Holy Spelling fail.
i was sweating because it was warmer then hell and i was hiking so this is what i conclude for my fogging problem.
dammit I whiped the inside of my lense am i fucked I thought if you did it gently your all good....?
I've been wiping the inside of my lenses for 15 years with my t shirt regardless of how wet they are, and I've never smudged any anti-fog coating. Sometimes I even spit in them then wipe it. I wear them till the lenses crack or fall out usually. Maybe Oakley just makes superior lenses or something but I don't know.
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