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    Girls just wanna have fun! awarrick's Avatar
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    Prescription Water Sport Goggles

    Looking for a recommendation for jetski goggles. I have contacts now but now that I'm older, dry eye has become a problem and my contacts hurt when I jetski. Well, actually they bother me at other times too. I tried goggles over my glasses and that doesn't work well because of the jolting rides. They shift around. Plus they look awful. So, was thinking about a prescription goggle. I currently use JetTribe goggles and love them. I have used a lot of goggles in the past and hated all of them until I found the JetTribe. I don't want big fat ugly snow ski like goggles. Has anyone found a prescription goggle they like that does not fog up??

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    Click avatar for tech links/info, donation request K447's Avatar
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    SeaSpecs offers prescription lens.

    I have the Classic SeaSpecs, but had my own prescription lens installed locally.

    I have multiple SeaSpecs without prescription. Always good to have spares on hand for passengers, and offer to other riders who forget or lose their own.

    Not expensive, fit well, ventilation, no fogging issues, comfortable for long rides,
    Last edited by K447; 05-27-2017 at 08:58 PM.

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    Barz watersports goggles from Australia. You can find them on Ebay or other sites much less expensive. They offer prescription lenses. The gaskets with the holes work best. I've only had them fog once while on the water . Expensive but well worth it.

    http://apocalypseequipped.blogspot.c...escrption.html

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    Liberty Sport Glasses. Been using for years with a prescription.


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    If you use eye glasses,i just recommend to use RX Goggles insert and use normal goggles.
    Its will be more comfortable for you. Click image for larger version. 

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    This is the best way for me,because i use this set up all the times.

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