Nice find and great write up! I too wear glasses and I'm always looking for something better.
I'm with Heritage. I've been eyeing these for the same reasons. I can't find a goggle I don't fog up. These may be the ticket.
Well gents, if you think it's bad when you're not wearing eye glasses, imagine the problem being about 2x's worse. This is one of the curses of wearing glasses.I don't wear glasses but I still have problems racing and on the trail of my goggles fogging up. Mostly in colder weather and bottleneck stops on the track. I think this would be a great product for any trail rider or racer. Great write up.
I bought 2 types of anti-fog, both made by C-clear, spray and gel, both worked for a little bit, maybe 30 mins to 1hr, but they would fog up afterwards, and that would be that.I don't wear glasses when I ride, nor do my goggles fog up in the desert but I am a certified advanced SCUBA diver and my mask does fog up while diving.
To keep that from happening we go the the dive shops and buy an anti-fog which is a spray or a liquid that you coat the inside of the lens in and it doesn't allow the lens to fog.
I am wondering if that same substance will prevent riding goggles from fogging.
It's really cheap and may be worth a try.
If I get fogged soon I will try it and let you know but maybe someone in the more humid climates should try it.
It would definitely be better than buying a pair of expensive goggles.