Ali Samieivafa

Ali Samieivafa

Kirkwood, CA

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Ali Samieivafa wrote an answer about on February 10, 2012

use the microfiber carrying case that came with the goggles to clean the outside of ur goggles, try ur best not to touch or clean the inside of the goggles as you would damage and remove the ani fog coating...
there are few tips for not getting fog in ur goggles... for one, try not to take ur goggles off and put them on ur forehead as the sweat will create fog, also when you have your goggles on make sure the surrounding of the goggles is in touch with ur skin and not overlapping with ur beanie... also if you wear a mask make sure ur exhale air is not guided towards ur goggles..
if you think u already damaged the anti fog inside ur goggles, try one of the antifog wipes which u can find online or at ur sporting stores.. or contact Anon and see if you can get a replacement lens

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Ali Samieivafa

Ali Samieivafa wrote an answer about on February 10, 2012

orange lenses are preferred for the low light conditions and low visibility overcast days, they are also sufficient for the sunny days although a mirrored darker lens will block more light and will be more comfortable but an orange lens is definitely a choice if you're gonna buy only one lens

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Ali Samieivafa wrote an answer about on January 4, 2012

yes, I would try POC customer service for maybe a warranty replacement fist, but a quick search on google will give you replacement lenses for around $20-25

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