Fogginess ruined my day!
So, I went up to Tahoe last weekend to take advantage of the new snow. The first day was pretty wet, because the temperatures were still warm - I think that's where the trouble started.
I think I got too much moisture in my goggles because on Sunday, day two, my goggles fogged up between the lenses. There was no way for me to wipe it off and no matter how long I wore them, or kept them cold, the fog stayed there. I even tried using the blow drier in the bathroom to get them dry but to no avail. I was a little worried about the prolonged hot air exposure (it was warping the lenses) so I didn't do that for too long. I literally could not see a damn thing through the goggles, but I'd use them anyway between the lift and the drop-in point for the trees, at which point i'd take them off.
Anyone else have to deal with this before? They're a great pair of Smith goggles that never fog up on me other than this once. It was awful because it was snowing HARD and there was tons of powder everywhere, but I had to board with no goggles and it was really not comfortable at any kind of speed...at least it wasn't as bad in the trees. Heading down the mountain at about 2pm was torture...I had to stop every half-run or so and cover my face up until it stopped stinging.