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Masks that don’t fog your goggles

Edd

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There’s an old thread or two about goggles not fogging. But what about a mask that doesn’t cause the issue in the first place?

This’ll be more of an issue this coming season. Anyone know a decent mask for this? Every one I’ve tried has sucked in the end.
 

thebigo

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I was just sitting thinking about starting a thread on face coverings. I usually wear a thin head sock but it does not cover my nose. I have a huge head and hate loops behind my ears. Would like to find a thin head sock that covered the nose.
 

Smellytele

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I was just sitting thinking about starting a thread on face coverings. I usually wear a thin head sock but it does not cover my nose. I have a huge head and hate loops behind my ears. Would like to find a thin head sock that covered the nose.

Those are the kind that are worse than nothing at all.


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mikec142

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Yeah...I see this as an issue that I'll have to figure out as well. I wear a neck gaiter/buff that's pretty thick, but I rarely have it covering my nose and quite often not even covering my mouth. Even on the coldest days I seem to be okay. Plus, when it's up too high, my goggles fog. Open to suggested solutions.

Thankfully, my kids have heavy duty buffs and there is zero point zero skin showing.
 

ctenidae

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Dangit, was hoping to find a wonderful new set of goggles someone had invented that incorporates a mask...

Medical workers have been wearing ski goggles in high-risk wards. They seem to work fine with the paper masks that are thin over the bridge of your nose, but it's going to be touch to fit a cloth face mask under there, I think, and the interaction between ear loops, head socks, and helmets is going to be tough. May have to get teh helmet out and do some tinkering.
 
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