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    Goggles?

    I have never tried wearing goggles for winter riding. I wear my perscription glasses whenever I ride so I can read my little bike computer. Does anyone wear goggles over their glasses? If so does either one fog up at all? Thanks for any help.

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    I wear a set of ski goggles over my eyeglasses. The goggles are specifically designed to fit over glasses. The goggles keep my eyes from tearing up in the wind. I still occasionally get a little fogging, but much, much less than I do with just my glasses.

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    Thanks for your help

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    depends on the kind of frames you have.
    my glasses don't work at all with goggles designed to fit over them.

    it's best if you go to a store that has the goggles on display so you can try them out.
    even better if they allow returns.
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