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best goggles for not foging up or freezing?

need new goggles bad, money doesnt matter i just want something that doesnt fog up or freeze up, preferably with changable lens cause i like to use clear lens alot..thanks
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Last sunday it was snowing like mad and blizzard like conditions for certain short spurts, my Smith I/Os, my friends EG2s, and another friends Oakley splice were either froze or fogged up, but my wife's Dragon Maces held up totally fine... idk.
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Smith Turbo Fan Goggles.


I have the same problem. I am a sweaty guy (I call myself half polar bear). My goggles fog up all the time, even if I use Cat Crap.

I am buying these in a couple of weeks. I hear that they never fog.
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Turbo fans are the way to go. They will fog up, but man you have to be working hard to get that to happen. I use them for splitboarding. It's rare that my Turbo fans fog up, even on the the toughest of hikes. They work, and for resort riding, there is probably nothing better.
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need new goggles bad, money doesnt matter i just want something that doesnt fog up or freeze up, preferably with changable lens cause i like to use clear lens alot..thanks
Every goggle will fog up if you expose it to enough moisture and every goggle will freeze up if enough moisture collects and doesn't get cleared/evaporated before you start to get ice crystals

What kind of riding are you doing and what kind of mask are you wearing?
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Oakley A Frames are awesome!I have the daytime lens and it works fine in all sorts of conditions whether it's sunny, cloudy, night time etc.
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Smith Goggles

I always had the best luck with the basic old school Smith goggles
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