Hehe thanks for the kind words. They are really amazing goggles, at first i thought it was just a gimmick, but its true, couldnt be happier.
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.