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PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2004 8:52 pm 
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Hi all ..

I'm using regular glasses now but when it dipped below freezing I kept riding last year. But I found my glasses inadequate. Ski goggles are just too big and don't fit well with a helmet. Any suggestions on some thinner "goggle like" glasses for cold weather riding?


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Check out the ekynok mask. It might fit the bill for what your looking for.

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buy a ski helmet and wear that with googles


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All good suggestions guys, thanks.


Stewy wrote:
buy a ski helmet and wear that with googles
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That probably would work well .. heh, I must admit. I could put a black cape on and look like darth vadar with that setup. :)


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Ski goggles fog up on me. I guess cycling generates more heat or I might be overdressed...I have never had cold feet or hands even in 25 F degree weather.

Even regular glasses fog on me if the RH is over 50%. SCUBA mask anti-fog works for a spell. I carry a small tube with me on cold rides.


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