Now that it's cold out, my eyes water like crazy. I wear glasses but they don't do anything to keep the wind off my eyes. I bought some Scott Ski goggles last year and they're vented and have a double lens, but still they end up fogging up. I think it's actually because I get pretty hot on my commute because I ride a pretty quick pace. I keep having to turn my head from side to side to let cold air blow in through the side vents to clear the fog off the inside of the goggle lens as well as off my glasses. I've got some Cat Crap anti-fogging stuff around the house somewhere that I can try putting on the goggles, but I've read that it can make the view out of the lenses kind of hazy. I've also thought about trying out some kind of anti-fogging liquid on my eyeglasses, but past experience has told me those don't work too well. So, most recently I've been wondering if something more like a pair of wrap-around sunglasses might keep the wind off my eyes and offer enough ventilation to cut down on fogging. I found these:
and was wondering if anyone else may have tried them out. I could probably go the route of prescription insert sunglasses as well, but they're going to be a bit more expensive than the Sidekicks.