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01-18-2010 09:22 AM
jim0ne I have glasses too and i use anon realm. Go to your local shop and try on everything until you find one that fit your face with your glasses good. Everyone face shape is different so it's hard to recommend something.
01-18-2010 07:03 AM
Surrendermonkey They exist, kinda hard to find but it's possible.

But really, I can only recommend getting contact lenses instead, even if just for riding, you *really* don't want a pair of glasses to break in a nasty edge-catch (or a tiny mistake in the park sending you flying) while inside a pair a goggles.

And if you're like me, after getting used to lenses on the slopes, you will switch totally,having a full vision field is really, really neat
01-17-2010 11:26 PM
capitakid15 some companies make goggles that are specifically shaped to fit over goggles. oakley has a few called OTG goggles which means over the glasses
01-17-2010 09:48 PM
belmont
goggles over glasses

can anyone reccomend me nice goggles that fit well over glasses. so far i have only found the smith phenoms and a-frames to fit over my glasses so if anyone knows goggles with a similar shape to either of those that would help.

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