We`ve wrote down a few things that will help keep goggles fog-free while out there riding:
- Avoid tucking your mask or balaclava under the bottom edge of your goggle, your breath will cause fogging.
- Avoid putting the goggles up and down on your helmet frequently, particularly over the vents.
- Avoid rubbing your lenses excessively, as it deteriorates the anti-fog treatment.
- Allow the fog to clear by taking the goggles off of your head so that they have access to the outside air. Or it's time to take a break and grab a coffee at the cafe.
- Close your front vents (if your helmet has them) as your sweat may be causing the fogging.
All snow goggles will be more susceptible to fogging on snowy or foggy days, as the weather is more humid by nature. Our goggles are well vented, meaning that they allow the air inside to get as close in temperature as possible to the air outside. This generally prevents fogging but will not do so quite as well when it is foggy outside.