See the black line clearly.
If you swim, ride, ski, or even SCUBA, you know how important it is to keep your lenses not only fog-free, but also clean. And, while bottles of anti-fog drops perform exceptionally at the former, cleanliness is not their forte. SBR's Anti-Fog Cleaning Towelettes, on the other hand, do both.
SBR prides itself on being environmentally friendly -- from solar powered factories to recyclable and bio-degradable packaging. And while you may not think that an individually packaged wipe is the way to reduce waste, you'll be pleased to discover that, so long as you fold the package and keep it airtight, the wipes may be used up to 5-6 times. Just wipe a thin layer on the inside and outside of the lens and let it dry. A few seconds later, the solution evaporates and you're left with not only fog-free lenses but also crystal-clear vision. There is no residue left to get into your eyes or cause streaks across the lenses.
The SBR Anti-Fog Cleaning Towelettes are available in a package of 6 individually wrapped towelettes.
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
...OK. I use these booting up and skinning in the backcountry, high cardio. I tend to work up a good sweat and found that they just don't work all that well on my sunglasses. However, if you're looking at a resort day and need some anti-fog, give 'em a shot.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
These work great. My daughter has had problems with several pairs of goggles fogging up. This solved the problem.
I bought these for swimming and they seem to work fine. I would recommend them to any swimmer dealing with fog issues. Good to support an environmentally friendly company too.
Think ahead of time!
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I have had little success with these. They seem to do minimal work, and do not work at all if my goggles are already fogged. If I could remember to wipe my goggles thoroughly before I left my car to hit the slopes I think they may work. Unfortunately I am often way too eager to get on my sticks. My recommendation, is to only get these if you cannot afford a better pair of goggles. If you can, the goggles will be a much better option. I will mention that I do sweat more than most, and this could make fogging a bigger issue for me than others. I intend to buy better goggles next season.