natethegreattNice thanks for the input! Yeah it's weird...$150+ goggles and I feel like I have to use white latex gloves any time I touch them (any goggles, really). So it sounds like I can gently rinse and dry the exterior lens, but the interior one is more delicate. Could I rinse the inside and let it dry over a vent or something?
yeah man, frustrating, right?
like i said, i would love for someone to tell me i'm wrong and there's a good way but ive never heard it. i feel like it's possible to go ahead and clean the inside and then apply a new anti-fog, but i've never been willing to risk it to find out
about your last question, i *think* that'd be fine. water/snow gets on the inside of goggles sometimes obviously, and oakley tells you to try to let it dry by itself in that case, with maybe a little bit of careful blotting (NOT wiping) with a microfiber cloth, so i think that should be okay for you to do that. if i can find a pair of my old goggles i might give it a shot. meanwhile on my current pair yeah ive just left the inside entirely alone and they still work super well fog-wise but are getting a little dirty on the inside. def frustrating