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MTB/MX Goggles for night time riding? (clear lense)

I'm thinking of buying some MTB/MX goggles with a clear lense for night time riding. All the snowboarding specific clear goggles are still pretty pricey and I can get good MTB/MX goggles much cheaper.

Would there be any fogging issues?
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moto cross goggles only have a single lens compared to the dual lenses of snow goggles. According to Smith customer support, there will be fogging. I just picked up some smith fan moto x goggles by mistake so I looked into it
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Has anyone experimented with putting an anti-fog coating from oakley or similar on them?
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