Fog will happen. The problem is that when you're working hard your skin is warming up and becoming moist from sweat. So you are stuck with a layer of humid, warm air of your own making. Eyeglasses, meanwhile, jut out somewhat into the surrounding atmosphere, so to speak. That is almost sure to be cooler than your skin temperature. So when that moist air from your skin condenses on the cooler surface of the sunglass lenses they will fog. The real key to non-fogged lenses is to keep air circulating behind them.
Tip: Apply anti-fog paste or spray, Use rain repellent on glasses, or Choose glasses that sit away from your face to circulate air.
answered 1 week, 2 days ago
- Springfield, MO
It really depends on how they fit on your face. The vents on the sides are made to help, but all in all it is determined by the fit.
The brine and the stringer are comparable to the fathoms that I would look into if I were you.
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answered 7 years, 1 month ago
- Ft. Myers, Florida