As soon as I moved to the coast I had extreme fogging issues as well. I'm not gonna say not to use anti-fog products, but alone, they don't last long. I've tried sprays, gels, clothes, even RainX.
Valid solutions are as follows, depending of course on how hot you get, or how much you sweat, etc:
- Buy a solid pair of ballistic of paintball goggles and attach a fan kit. I recommend ballistic, such as Revision, Smith, ESS, etc. as mentioned above; DS Tactical in New West is THE place to go around Greater Vancouver.
- Next is to buy ballistic or paintball goggles that have fans built in. Probably the best overall idea, and still recommend DS Tactical, but there are no low-pro variants available. Not that it's a huge deal, but you will have large style goggles.
- Third is thermal lenses. The only viable and local option I know of is the Valken Tactical thermal goggles, sold at Milsig. The local reviews on them are 50/50. Some say they hold back the fog greatly, some say there's no fog but water collects, and others say they fog anyways as soon as it gets hot. Also they are the cheapest and low profile option.
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