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11-07-2009 03:36 PM
360FacePlant Like you would use to clean normal glasses?
What about the coating? Is it safe to wipe the inside?
11-07-2009 03:23 PM
legallyillegal i'm using an actual microfiber pad/cloth (not the bag that the goggle comes with)


shit works good
11-07-2009 03:12 PM
360FacePlant What do you do when there is dust and a couple of smudges on the inside of the lense?
Somebody once suggested immersing the goggles in lukewarm water and hanging them up to dry. Should I try this?
These gogles are pretty old so I'm open to 'experimental' suggestions!
05-13-2009 08:21 PM
nos I had a pair of Anon goggles half of last year and they fogged like crazy. Cat Crap didn't even help. So the airblaster goggles were a step up. Even if there was some antifog stuff that came on the goggles it must be off now, but I still get zero fog.
05-13-2009 03:39 PM
mjd there's always cat shit. can't say if it works though. best advice is to get a really high quality pair and when the lens gets trashed just replace it.
05-13-2009 07:23 AM
snaplok
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Originally Posted by MunkySpunk View Post
Spy Omega Replacement Lens Snow Goggle by: Spy - ProLens - For Goggles

I've dealt with these guys before, they're legit.
Major thanksAnd these thank you too Attachment 1509

Plus I have the Bronze lens now and wanted to see how it would look if i changed to the mirror ones. This site at least has good pics of each lens.
05-13-2009 06:37 AM
MunkySpunk
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Now someone tells me! I made the mistake of rubbing the inside of a pair of Spy Omegas with the cloth bag it came with an it ended up scratching the inside. Don't know how that happened. Any one know of a good place to get replacement lens?
Spy Omega Replacement Lens Snow Goggle by: Spy - ProLens - For Goggles

I've dealt with these guys before, they're legit.
05-13-2009 06:34 AM
MunkySpunk
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Directly from the Airblaster 07/08 catalog:

Fog Free: No gimmicks and no coatings to rub off after one use!

They just have really good ventilation so water and water vapor doesn't get in. No need to get on the offensive.
Makes one wonder what they mean by 'anti-fog treatment' 'fog free' and 'no coatings'... Sounds a lot like the usual corporate say-anything-to-sell-it bullshit.

No need to get offended, it's an internet forum. If you're too sensitive to hack embellished vernacular, there's plenty of others forums to go to.
05-13-2009 05:52 AM
snaplok Now someone tells me! I made the mistake of rubbing the inside of a pair of Spy Omegas with the cloth bag it came with an it ended up scratching the inside. Don't know how that happened. Any one know of a good place to get replacement lens?
05-13-2009 12:42 AM
DiamondCarver A little late for me, i've wiped the inside with cloths and fingers. Still works fine imo. They should at least put a sticker on the lens telling you not to touch it, i never saw a warning!!
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