How to make goggles work better – keep from fogging

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  • #44

    Frosty
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    Does anyone have any tips on making goggles work better? I have a few pair, but they keep fogging up on me 🙁

    Thanks

    #2166

    mostlymute
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    UVEX makes a great anti fogging spray. Along with other brands, but if that help. Try goggles with better air flow or get those hyper active sweat glands looked at by the Dr..

    #2181

    Anonymous

    i have googles that are ment for airsofting and they dont fog up at all they look just like snowboarding googles and i’m pretty sure you can get them at any sporting store

    #2195

    Frosty
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    What’s airsofting ?

    #2196

    someguy
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    airsofting is shooting plastic bbs at your friends

    #2217

    Frosty
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    Well, I have never gotten a good gander at airsofting goggles, but seems like they should be ok.  Any protection is WAY better than nothing.

    #2450

    jt
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    Airsofting Rocks, STROKE 😛

    #2447

    tahoejunkie
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    I'm sure this is way late, but you can always take a lesson from scuba divers…spit on the inside of your googles, then smear it around a little bit.  Not the nicest way, but as long as it works…Another helpful tip is to get some shaving cream foam, put a little on the inside of your goggles, then rub it in using a towel or cloth until it completely disappears (it may take a few minutes, but dont worry it'll go away after a while).  That should prevent fog ups for a few days at least.  Just try not to get any on the padding, that could create a mess.

    #2469

    jt
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    Thats really interesting I'll try that

    #2472

    Josh
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    I went snorkeling once and I think they/I used toothpaste.  I wouldnever put any a that stuff on my snowboard goggles though lol

    #2482

    jt
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    I went snorkeling once and I think they/I used toothpaste.  I wouldnever put any a that stuff on my snowboard goggles though lol

    thats something out of a science fiction movie  😆

    #2480

    Frosty
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    I went snorkeling once and I think they/I used toothpaste.  I wouldnever put any a that stuff on my snowboard goggles though lol

    I would never do that, no way.  Not until my goggle lens got a cavity.

    #2485

    Josh
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    Same here bruh

    #2492

    jt
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    toothpaste is not the way I would go for sureany other ideas

    #2495

    Frosty
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    The best things to do are to keep the goggles clean, dry, and lenses scratch free.  I always store my goggles in a cloth bag or something until ready to wear them.  If it is snowing, do not put them up on your head.  Also, make sure the vents are open and clear away from your hat or helmet.

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