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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-03-2008, 12:57 PM
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That could possibly the dumbest post in this thread.

Keep the goggles off the top of your head and keep the vents clear of snow.
LOL! Cool, thanks for the advice. I don't think I'll return these yet, but instead take them up one more time and see what happens.

I'll try to implement all your guys' suggestions, and see if they help. Let's hope they do!!

Thanks!
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I read about the warning when you clean oakleys, if you wipe the inside when its wet, its bad for it, or something like that. So if its dry, can you wipe it down with bag it comes in with? Oakley makes it sound like its bad if you touch the inside of it.
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You need to always use the micro-fibre bag that come with the goggles for cleaning and they don't recommend wiping off any moisture but rather shake off the moisture and let them air dry before yo clean they. This especially goes for iridium lenses.

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