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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-30-2016, 11:19 AM Thread Starter
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Hi,

anyone here has experience with the anon m3? How is the face mask system, is it worth it? I usually have issues with fogging with regular masks, even with high end goggles.

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anyone here has experience with the anon m3? How is the face mask system, is it worth it? I usually have issues with fogging with regular masks, even with high end goggles.



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Depends if you like full coverage or not. I don't like it because its too stuffy but plenty of folks swear by them. If that's your style you will like the mfi goggle/facemask.
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I'm guessing OP does like the full coverage thing but is skeptical as to MFI's ability to deal with fog, the way it looks like your breath could travel up into your lens? I'm not sure but I bet someone here does.

Instead of buying whole new gogs you could try a different face mask for way less $$. I love my Airblaster Terry, it keeps my face warm, airflow to lungs isn't an issue, and it never fogged my shit up. Might be worth a try but it depends what you're into.

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Hey, thanks for the comments

The thing is, when I need a facemask (when I want to use one), I like to be fully covered, so nothing is out in the open. The mask on the photo is fine but it doesnt do the job for me. Thats exactly my problem, any face mask I tried that goes under the goggles, even just a bit, foggs the whole thing, MFI looks like a solution, so was more looking for some feedback




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Friend who has mfi says it works without fogging but only if the goggle seals well on the face. You'd better try one on before making the purchase.
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Will do definitely, thanks!


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