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Peter H. Fornof writes:
> >My question is: what do folks do for vision correction on the trail? I
> >wear glasses (I wore soft contacts years ago), but have noticed
> >that they don't work very well in bad weather.
>I have heard that some put something on their glasses to keep them
>from beading, perhaps a thin film of liquid soap or some such. I have
>not tried this. Perhaps someone else can comment further.
I use a substance on my car windows called Rain-X. After coating the
window, you don't need to use the wipers anymore- the rain just flies
right off. I don't know if this would work, but I would say it's worth
a try. Unless there is already some anti-scratch coating on the
glasses, I don't think it can hurt anything.
The 'cat crap' that someone else mentioned might be even better. It's
specifically meant for anti-fogging, and it's available at campmoor.
Hope this helps...