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Need some help - Goggles

I need to buy a new pair of goggles to replace my old fire iridium A-Frames and could use some advice.

The A Frames really fit my face and look good, but Oakley's lenses require too much care (you cannot rub them when wet. If it's snowing, there's no way the lenses are not going to be wet! So sometimes I had to ride with fogged goggles...) I had a pair of Wisdom but they were just too large for my face. I have a small to medium sized face I guess...

Some people told me Dragons and Electric don't have that rubbing when wet issue. Is this true?

If so I like these models:
Electric EG1, EG1s & EG2
Dragon DXS (They're supposed to be small, but I wonder if they'll be too small to fit my helmet)
Anon Figment Hydro Print

What do you think would be best? Or should I just get another pair of AFrames?


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