I wear a pair of safety glasses on my commute.
Last night, on my way home the temp was hovering around 33°F (regardless of what they said the low temp was at the airport, it was a few degrees cooler 15 miles away). Other than needing some thicker socks and gloves, I was fine, except for the bridge of my nose. The glasses got cold and were causing pain where they set on my face.
As a stop-gap, just to get me home, I pulled a small piece of foam out of my helmet and stuck it across the bridge. This fixed the cold issue, but it also put the glasses a few centimeters further from my face. So my nose was not hurting anymore but the wind was causing my eyes to water considerably for the remainder of my trip.
I've tried ski goggles before, but the humidity here made fogging a real issue.
Is there such a thing as a sleeve of some sort to put around the bridge of the glasses that will keep the cold plastic off of your nose? Fleece or felt maybe?