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Old 11-08-10, 12:08 AM   #26
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I ride with goggles year round. Apparently, I tear more than most people's. I go blind if I don't wear goggles.

I use carpenters' goggles I get at Home Depot. They're about $8 per pair.

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Originally Posted by Seb71 View Post
At bicycle speeds, those vents might not be as effective in preventing fogging.
They work well on my bike too.
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