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Painthappy 05-25-2006 02:12 PM

What is the: Best Non-Fogging Mask for Glasses?
 
I'm looking to get a new pair, and I'm just not wearing my contacts anymore. My glasses seem to fog too often... So what is my alternatives out there?

Thanks in advance for the advice!

shartley 05-25-2006 02:18 PM

I simply love my JT Spectra mask. It fits great with glasses and with the fan fogging is never a problem. In fact I seldom have to even use the fan, but when I do it is about 30 seconds or so and that is all she needs. My son uses a cheap JT mask and a fan and also has no issues. But I know the Spectra is now an “old” mask and not as stylish as the new ones and some folks just don’t like fans.

Robertsr 05-25-2006 02:32 PM

Painthappy,

Check out Fogtech http://www.motosolutions.com/. This stuff is hands down the best anti-fog product I've ever used. I have 3 people who wear glasses on and off, and this stuff makes fogging a thing of the past.

shartley 05-25-2006 02:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Robertsr
Painthappy,

Check out Fogtech http://www.motosolutions.com/. This stuff is hands down the best anti-fog product I've ever used. I have 3 people who wear glasses on and off, and this stuff makes fogging a thing of the past.

Pretty cool stuff. Thanks for the link!

jhyan 05-25-2006 04:31 PM

I wear glasses under my profilers and had problems with my glasses fogging (never the mask). I started using anti-fog spray on the glasses and they've been perfect ever since.

shadawg 05-25-2006 07:11 PM

I wear profilers and I coat the lense and my glasses with the Fogtech stuff. LIVE BY IT. It never lets me down. I ref every weekend and without it fogcity, with it crystal clear. I have used it in freezing weather and the rain as well, the stuff is awsome.

Cleric 05-25-2006 07:19 PM

I have a Xfire's that I still wear all the time and when I want a little more protection the HeadShield, same goggle frame as the Xfire. Have used thermal lenses since about day one of purchasing my own goggles and have never had problems. For the really humid days, FL humidity is through the roof, I also have a fan I can toss on there to wip away any gray that I start to see forming in the corners of my lens.

MadCat 05-26-2006 11:22 AM

I can fog Morphs and Profilers simply by holding them to my face. I'll have to give the Moto a try.

I use something called CatCrap for my skiing goggles, and it works fine. It just doesn't work on paintball lenses.

Azzy bought some Vents recently -- he's a believer now

Phantom Power 05-26-2006 11:33 AM

I have a V-Force shield and I never have fogging problems. But I'm not a heavy sweater.

Azzy 05-26-2006 01:06 PM

Vents all the way. They channel your breath down and out, keeping it away from your eye area.

Wore sunglasses under mine with little trouble, and the goggle lenses never have fogged on me.

They also have a fan coming out soon that would help even more with glasses wearers.

(or there is the eye correction option, I can reccomend a doctor ;) )


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