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    Question How do eyeglass users keep from fogging up?

    How do eyeglass users keep from fogging up? In the winter is the worse for me. Thanks!

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    Contacts! love um.

    Other wise I don't know. It is a pain in the neck tho.

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    cat crap.....really
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    pull my finger....

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    Do a search, this was cover just a few weeks ago.
    We do not go to the green woods and crystal waters to rough it, we go to smooth it. We get it rough enough at home; in towns and cities; in shops, offices, stores, banks anywhere that we may be placed

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    Well, I wear contacts too but in the woods they are not good when stuff gets in them and horrible when sweat gets in the eyes or in really cold weather when your eyes tear up. I have never tried the stuff called "cat crap" but I have used commercial anti-fogging lens clothes, spray, also a coating of soap, shaving cream film, military surplus gas mask anti-fog paste. My current glasses have a scratch coat guard that helps to unfog quicker than standard ones, but still the fogging is a pain. I'll do a search through the archives here too. Thanks for the help!

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    Default Hunting with commercial guys with bow pickers...

    Taught me a smearing of Joy dish soap onto glass, whether a boat or a pair of glasses, will do the trick. Crossing to Montague from Cordova, deer hunting. Seas at 10 feet, Drip stove going full blast in cabin, sea spray hitting windshield from the wind. He put half of the windshield with Joy, the other w/out. Night and day. Couldn't see through the w/out, only with. Taught me a great lesson on heat/cold and glass
    If a dipnetter dips a fish and there is no one around to see/hear it, Did he really dip?

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    Default Balaclava?

    Glasses fogging all the time, or are you wearing a balaclava?
    Down around zero or below, when wearing balaclava, I get fogging lenses.
    Since I cut a larger nose hole for exhaling, it's been less a problem.

    Haven't experimented with a fur-trimmed hood, but have noticed a hood keeps my face warmer. Athletic/duct tape is another alternative I haven't tried for keeping frostbite off the face. The fogging's a pain though.

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