Advice needed Best goggles anti fog system

davidrey20

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Hi,

I’m trying to decide which goggles are better between the Oakley Line Miner Inferno and the Smith IO/X turbo fan.

More specific, I’d like some advice on how the Smith’s turbo fan compares to the Oakley’s inferno anti fog system.

Cheers.
 

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Hi,

I’m trying to decide which goggles are better between the Oakley Line Miner Inferno and the Smith IO/X turbo fan.

More specific, I’d like some advice on how the Smith’s turbo fan compares to the Oakley’s inferno anti fog system.

Cheers.
I suppose that's a hard question to answer....

If you bought one and it worked, you would not buy the other, unless the first failed ;)

Google is your friend:
These guys don't like the Oakleys:
http://engearment.com/soft-goods/optics/oakley-line-miner-inferno-goggles/

These guys seem to like the Smiths:
https://www.sportrx.com/blog/smith-turbo-fan-goggles-review/

This is probably not the way to stop goggles fogging up:
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absentskier

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Hi,

I’m trying to decide which goggles are better between the Oakley Line Miner Inferno and the Smith IO/X turbo fan.

More specific, I’d like some advice on how the Smith’s turbo fan compares to the Oakley’s inferno anti fog system.

Cheers.
IMO a fan is totally unnecessary. I can't remember the last time I fogged up, but it certainly wasn't in my last two trips.
 
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