anyone know a good way to get rid of fog between your lenses? Its such a bitch, all day long i couldnt see shit out of my googles and it was windy and snowy as fuck so i was pretty much blind in the alpine. I tried going in to the lodge let them clear up, and they did, but then they went right back to normal as soon as i went out. Then i tried using a hand dryer in the lodge like i read in that tip thread, same thing, cleared up and then back to normal as soon as i went back out. I never wipe the inside, not that that would have an effect on this situation, and i have smith i/os which everyone claims to deal so well with fog, but honestly my eg2s fog up way less...so any ideas?
dont forget that its the difference in temperature that makes it fog, so taking them inside wouldnt be good for clearing them up. if they fog up, move them away from and back towards your face (you dont have to take them off) quickly to get some cold air moving through. i hope that helps.
also, most goggles come with that antifog stuff on the inner lens, but it comes off easily. you can buy it and reapply it
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and like i said its not the inside of the lens, its betwen the two panes of plastic, so even if i did wipe them the fog would still be there, i dont think the anti fog film on the inside makes a difference for this
these are my fog tips: At rest:
-keep your goggles on your face as much as you can
-if you have to remove them because its too hot, drop them and let them hang on your neck paying attention not to breat on it.
-take them off and put them in their case.
Never take them off your face
-Breath in them
-put your finger in them
-leave them in your bag for more than 3 days with your wet mitts.
-Let snow get into them
If they get fogged up
-Put them on your face and make a few runs. The air will ventilate the lens
-Take them in and blow dry...careful not to overheat it, then you will loose your fog protection
-wipe them with the goggle rag if you are desperate
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this normally happens to me if i leave your goggles in a wet bag overnight, or with wet stuff. i leave mine out in the open every night now and they dont fog at all.
Foggy goggles are such a bitch its a pretty easy habit to get into!
Also try getting as much air flow through your jacket as possible or layering so that you are at a comfortable temperature and not super warm. Here is why:
The heat produced by your body has to escape from your jacket in some way. The easiest way for it to do this is straight out of your jackets neck opening (hot air rises) and up into your goggles. This causes the inside lens to become a whole lot warmer than the outside lens and therefore condensation/fogging occurs.
If they're fogging up between the lenses that means you've cracked them somewhere. When they're in good condition the two lenses are sealed together so there is zero way water vapour can get in. Not to much you can do at this point beyond quick fixes or buy a new lens
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