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Rx Inserts?

Ok so here's the deal. I'd like to get some decent goggles that have Rx inserts. There's a couple reasons why I think this is the option for me. The first being I have a really small face. The OTG goggles I have atm aren't very expensive but they are frackin HUGE on my face lol. So much so that when I put them on after the helmet they get pushed down. Once that happens the slots on the sides created for the glasses are no longer lined up. So the goggles just end up pushing on the frames of my glasses and cramming those little nose pieces onto my nose. Lovely :P

I've tried contacts in the past and I can't stand them. They just aren't going to work out for me. So I came to the conclusion that if I could find some decent goggles that Rx inserts could be clipped into I'd be pretty happy! The problem being, I need small fitting frames

Any suggestions would be most welcome!
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