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No fog glasses with half face mask.

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Currently I am wearing a cheap pair of glasses with a helmet and a half mesh mask. I am using anti fog spray and il get a good couple of games with no fog but then the sweat and moisture builds up and I'm starting to breath harder so I start to fog. From then on its a constant battle.

 

So I am in the market for a new pair of glasses that work with a half mesh mask.

 

I have done my research and clearly the best money can buy are the ESS Turbo fan goggles however I am reluctant to spend £130 and I would prefure glasses to goggles.

 

I've read about thermal lenses. Which are a lense with two layers allowing air in between which helps regulate the temperature and keep the lenses from fogging however I can only find those as goggles.

 

So any suggestions guys?

 

Cheers!

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Look in the loadouts section at my post "Ok what have I forgot?" there is some great advise about goggles from the guru's on here.

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I just use these <--

 

Just use the wipe in between games and you should be fine with almost any glasses.

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try fairy rub some into the lens and leave to dry over night, give them a gentle rub off and you should be ok I've done it on mine X800's worked a charm

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I'm a big fan of mesh, but i just found this - could be worth a look.

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Whilst new to airsoft, I come from a paintball background where full face goggles are a must and fogging is obviously a major player.

I've always found the quality of the lenses to be the most important aspect, although I know many people who would also recommend rubbing washing up liquid into the lens. You could also try treating it with "Catcrap" which is an anti-fog product. :)

 

Something I've always found helps, is ensuring that you keep the lens clean. Grease etc on it will encourage the formation of mist on the lens, so I use a good quality microfibre cloth to keep it clean. Plus, the obvious benefit of having a perfectly clean and polished lens. :)

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Sell/ trade/ throw your goggles in the bin. And go for a pair of mesh goggles. Problem solved :P

 

I'd recommend a post of these, as usual, http://www.heroshark.co.uk/

 

Before Ian does :P

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