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Old 11-19-2015, 09:46 AM
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Old 11-20-2015, 10:24 AM
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Don't forget the goggle fan, even though ski doo doesn't have it in their catalogue. A definite difference maker.
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So I figured Dave would just talk about goggles tricks but right up front he talks about being in shape to ride. For sure that's the number one thing. I also use a goggle bag to cook a pair of goggles and have a warm set or dry out the set I fogged up. I also have a bag for my spare set of gloves but they take more heat to cook dry than the clutch bag will provide. I try and rig something near the pipe or can.
My personal fav trick is to leave my goggles on my helmet while digging out mine or a buddies sled. Place the helmet face up so snow from dropping off a tree limb or the roost from the sled leaving it's stuck can fill it.
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A big one is proper fitting goggles for the helmet you use and for your face size. Companies like Oakley are offering 2 frame sizes in their goggle line ups. Key to have your helmet and goggles fit each other.
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well i'm screwed on number one! But the goggle fan really does help. I also didn't know about that bag, thank you!
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I like my 509 aviators... Good fit in my 509 carbon helmet. Got a coat of anti fog on the inside and outside. Anytime I stop for anything, if it's gonna be 5 minutes or more the goggles go in on the clutch cover and side panel shut. Never take the goggles off for any other reason. I never have a fogging issue..
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