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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 12-19-2012, 10:08 AM
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Learn how to put contacts in. First time seems impossible then its really easy. Works great for me.
soooo everyone should cater to wearing contacts cuz it works for you?
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post #22 of 26 (permalink) Old 12-28-2012, 03:24 AM
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I tried contacts like 7 years ago.. hell I tried letting them put the contacts in at the eye place and my eye got so red and sore from the trying we just gave up.

My eye just seems to not allow anything near my eye, I wear glasses but they are small, I wonder if having a helmet on will cause issues or not?
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I never said that, I said contacts work well for me and its worth learning to put them in.
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Spent four days at Luv and Copper over new years wearing my new inserts and I am pretty happy with the results, no fogging at all. I did have a bit of a problem with the top of the insert slipping back away from the lens but a little piece of foam rubber wedged in there seemed to fix the problem.

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just tried contacts guys, its so easy.
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I never said that, I said contacts work well for me and its worth learning to put them in.
Personally, I can't wear contacts and don't even qualify for lasik surgery.

The Smith I/OX turbo fan remedied all of my problems though. I can finally wear my glasses while riding. No fogging issues whatsoever.

Worth every penny I spent.
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