Pro Tip Tuesday: How to prevent a foggy goggle
Keeping your goggle lens WARM and DRY is key!
A cold mirror fogs up when warm moisture from the shower gets in the air and a cold lens fogs up due to warm moisture from your face. That’s why this Oakley jacket features an inner goggle pocket. Keep your goggles warm on your way to the hill, then put them on when your ready to shred.
If moisture builds up in between the double layered lens (like when you leave your goggle wrapped up in a wet face mask overnight), your goggles will fog up due to the interface between the warm air from your face and the cold air outside affecting the trapped moisture. Be sure to keep your goggles in a warm dry place to air out overnight.
Come into the shop to check out our Oakley collection, featuring the pro model goggles of Kazu Kokubo, Henrik Harlaut and Torstein Horgmo and several pieces of stylish technical outerwear. All our Oakley goggles feature Prizm technology to help you see more clearly in the snow.