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What Goggles to buy and why???

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    #31
    One thing to consider is an OTG (over the glasses) goggle, most brands make them and they tend to have a larger air volume inside the goggle so they tend to fog less, not none, but less. Air flow is key so something with front venting or top vents that are not fully blocked by your helmet helps, a breath box in your helmet also helps a lot and keeps the warmth and humidity from your breathing away from your lenses. Currently I'm wearing some Scott Prodigy goggles, also have some SPY goggles that work, have used the Xi goggles and really liked their low light lens. Unfortunately we are (most of us) riding in the Cascades in fairly warm conditions AND we get a lot of hoar front which just sucks!

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