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post #21 of 23 (permalink) Old 04-21-2011, 01:18 PM
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I've used Anon, Smith, Dragon and Oakley and, in my case, Oakley lenses win out of all of those... I wear Crowbars. The Smiths are a close second and I still wear them for night riding.
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Lenses on my crowbars worked perfect for me on cold days this season (and I sweat A LOT) but on my last day on the slopes, on a really warm day, I had a problem with them fogging inside the lens, and it didnt go away till the rest of the day. It was quite warm so I was sweating like a pig, no fogging on the inside of the lens though.

If you have problem with sweating like I do, you could get fog inside your lenses on walking up the hill or smt, but as soon as you start riding, airflow will clear the lense in no time.

I'm using crowbars only for few days on the slopes and I'm really happy with the performance, though I could use an advice on how to prevent fogging inside the lenses, I wasn't wearing a mask and only took my goggles off to get the snow out on few occasions...

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Like mentioned before if you wipe water from the inside you have just removed your anti fog coating, and they will fog up faster and harder. (wiping them when there dry is fine.) Luckily you can buy anti fog coating you rub on and wipe off and there like new again. I had some stuff called cat crap and it helped my spy's last 6 seasons.

Another big no no is putting them near a fireplace, I had a buddy wreck 2 pairs of oakleys doing that, they will fog between the two lenses and never dry out.
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