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I have a pair of el cheapo shades (I think about $30 from Performance) with multiple lenses.. they're fine but tend to fog up a lot. Anyone try something like rain-x? or do I just need to cough up more coin for a better pair?

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fog up

I have fogging issues with my hockey shield. Someone suggested just rubbing in a small amount of shampoo on it, works like a charm!!

PS Use the same performance glasses as well, havent had any issues
 

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I had the same problem

muddog999 said:
I have a pair of el cheapo shades (I think about $30 from Performance) with multiple lenses.. they're fine but tend to fog up a lot. Anyone try something like rain-x? or do I just need to cough up more coin for a better pair?

~mud
I bought one of their shades with vent holes to see if that helped. It helped a little. I researched some safety glasses online and found Uvex had a pair called XC. They are a little heavier than the sport glasses, but look good and they have lenses that don't fog(some sort of coating). They are wraparound and have never fogged up. The arms are adjustable. You might try wearing yours a little further away from your face. This helps a little.
 

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Cat Crap

I have some glasses which used to fog up on a regular basis, especially in high humidity. I've used both Cat Crap and some other antifog cloth I bought at REI. Both solved the problem perfectly.

Making sure there's some space between your glasses and your face is also key to keeping the lens clear. Of course, the fewer times you stop during the ride, the less they'll get a chance to fog up.

- khill
 
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