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    Eye Protection

    What are you guys wearing to keep the water out of your eyes? I bought some Bugz goggles that do a pretty good job, but they tend to fog up. My eyes get really dry thanks to F@#!ing lasik, so I need something that keeps out the air.

    Here's what I'm using:


    Anything better out there? I'd prefer something smaller, but most goggles I've bought have air vents and I can still feel it on my eyes.


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    how about just sunglasses

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    I was wearing regular sunglasses until Sunday they were stripped off my face at 77 mph

    Yesterday i went to my doo dealer and bought some riding goggles. I forget the brand name, but they are pretty sweet and have interchangeable lenses.

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    FIND OUT THAT NAME please. I could use some that don't look too 1970ish.

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    Check out the brand Wiley and model X's. They are army issued ballistic's protection. I have a couple pairs and they are way better than the speedo ones I had before. IF they fog up, all you have to do it open your eyes really wide to ventillate the lenses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theantiRXP
    Check out the brand Wiley and model X's. They are army issued ballistic's protection. I have a couple pairs and they are way better than the speedo ones I had before. IF they fog up, all you have to do it open your eyes really wide to ventillate the lenses.
    Those look pretty cool. I'm going to order a pair to try. What color lens did you get?

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    Any link to these goggles?

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    http://www.opticsplanet.net/wiley-x-...hangeable.html

    These are one of the pairs I have. They are great.

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    Do they happen to float? My goggles always seem to separate from my face when I wipe out.

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