Search barred and didn't find anything. I know I have seen some threads in the past, prob on SG, but couldn't dig them up.
I knew about the antifog and tried to be really careful with my crows. One wipeout and I got some snow in them, tried to gently dab them dry, but still screwed them up. So pissed!
I was able to salvage my lenses, and this is how I did it:
Used Cat Crap and a Smith No-Fog Cloth. Put a little dab of Cat Crap on the cloth and rubbed in little circles making sure to switch directions. I rubbed using the same part of the cloth wear I dabbed on the Cat Crap. The lenses stayed cloudy until the spot on the cloth wear the Cat Crap was applied started to look waxy. Then the lens got buffed in the area and cleared up. I repeated the process in the spots wear the antifog had clouded the lens. It took some time and patience, but I got my lenses back. Beats the shit out of having to buy new lenses.
Please use this thread to post your own tricks and home remedies for this problem. Personally, I wish Oakley had never put the anti fog shit on their lenses. It's basically useless, IMO.