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03-31-2011, 08:15 PM
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Seanconn*
 
Join Date: Mar 2010
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might be able to use the same spray people use on full face visors to keep them from fogging up. I never needed glasses until I was in high school, and I never played with glasses when I played hockey during high school, but it probably would have helped my game a bit. I was probably just too worried about getting beaked

I've played at stick and puck sessions here and there , and a crap ton of outdoor hockey over the past 5 years, my glasses never fogged up too much. If you breathe out through your nose, or make a conscious effort not to breath "upwards" you'r glasses probably aren't going to fog up very much, if at all.

I need glasses to drive and such, but I really should get contacts, cuz I wanna join Adult safe this summer, and need better vision on the ice.

too lazy to go get em though, and still apprehensive of putting contacts in my eyes

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