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CAT CRAP. Rub it on your sunglasses!



Just saw this stuff at the counter of a local snowboard shop and I couldn't resist. Anyone used it? Gunna try it out tomorrow snowboarding with my oakley regular sunglasses to see how it works out.
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Why would you want to wear sunglasses when you go ride?
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better peripheral vision w/ wraparounds than goggles.
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I've used it on my paintball googles...When I used to play. It works ok.
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better peripheral vision w/ wraparounds than goggles.
PSH! If your vision is so bad that you can't see fine with the perif you have with goggles than you should just stay off the slopes! lol
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better peripheral vision w/ wraparounds than goggles.
If you don't have good peripheral with your goggles, learn to turn your head when you go ride...
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since the goggles kill about 10 degrees in every direction, why would you not where sunglasses if it's warm enough? they are also much more comfortable. kind of illogical to wear goggles just cause you think you are supposed to if you can't give a decent argument in favor.

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Why would you want to wear sunglasses when you go ride?
i've warn sunglasses on uber warm days that i'm just freeriding. not often but i dont see a problem with it.

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We kind of went off topic there, this is about cat crap. Which I would like to hear more about because this would solve many of my problems.

Now to contribute to where the thread went.

Goggles: Keep the wind from pushing your eyes back, allow the use of glasses underneath, protect the eyes better, limit vision

Sunglasses: Lighter, some wind will push against the eyes, small debris can come in, fall off easier, allow full use of peripheral vision

Both: Keep the sun out of your eyes, or enhance vision ever so slightly.
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my sunglasses didnt fog up at all when i went to mountain creek sunday. it was around 27 degrees when i got on the hill in the morning.
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