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Goggle haze???

So my EG2's have developed this haze and this funny sounding kid explains it pretty well;https://www.google.ca/url?sa=t&rct=j...79189006,d.cGE is there any way to fix this (probably not) and would anyone be willing to sell me a lens for ~$15? I don't care if they're used but keep dem scratches on the minimal. Anyone?

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does your helmet have vents for goggles ?
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does your helmet have vents for goggles ?
Yeah, its a smith holt, but trust me on this its not fog that you can wipe away. Just watch the kids video and that's what I'm talking about.

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Its either fog between the two lenses or micro scratches from wiping it when snow was on it and scratching the shit out of it.

edit: regardless, they are ruined

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if you have used cat crap or anti fog stuff...it sometimes reacts with the lens coating and clouds it up


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Yep. Get a new lense

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happened to my eg2s too.. i put them in a dry room with vents and heating overnight to completely clear the moisture and it worked fine. worth a try?
Anytime I leave my goggles in their pouch overnight after wearing them without breathing and drying I end up getting the moisture between the lenses the next day.
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