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Ski goggles to wear over glasses

Ski goggles to wear over glasses


Postby alanm » Tue Dec 29, 2009 12:48 am

I've been hunting around the usual places Tiso/Blacks/Amazon for some category 3 or 4 ski goggles or sunglasses for hillwalking in snow. Has anyone who wears glasses any experience of wearing goggles/glasses in the snow? Not quite sure even if its possible to fit goggles over glasses? I imagine trying to keep goggles and glasses demisted is going to be a struggle. Should I be looking at prescription sunglasses with some sort of attachment round the side? or does everyone just go with contacts?
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Re: Ski goggles to wear over glasses

Postby mountain coward » Tue Dec 29, 2009 3:35 am

No, but I'm all agog as Richard has the same problems as you with the misting glasses etc. Maybe he'd come out in winter more if he could see where I was dragging him! :lol:
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Re: Ski goggles to wear over glasses

Postby David.Ferguson » Tue Dec 29, 2009 5:01 pm

Hi Alanm

I went out a short time ago and got Daily Disposable contact lenses to get round this as i was sick of
the fogging and spattering with rain making progress miserable.£30 for 30 day supply of lenses that i will wear
maybe twice a week,so at least 15 weeks worth,and what a difference.

Just got nice ski goggles from Aldi today for £8.99 and sunglasses with 3 sets of lenses for £4.99,maybe get trying
them out on my trip tomorrow.

Cheers

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