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  1. #11
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    had a friend who use to wear something like these about 5 years ago- I'm thinking about ordering some after reading about it!
    http://www.amazon.com/Birdz-Waterspo...6063681&sr=8-1

    http://www.amazon.com/Birdz-Eyewear-...6063681&sr=8-2

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    Quote Originally Posted by walkingonh2o View Post
    had a friend who use to wear something like these about 5 years ago- I'm thinking about ordering some after reading about it!
    http://www.amazon.com/Birdz-Waterspo...6063681&sr=8-1

    http://www.amazon.com/Birdz-Eyewear-...6063681&sr=8-2
    O' snap......there are less than $20! I'm on it. Thanks for the post.

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    you don't want pterygium, my wife is an eye doc and has to cut them out regularly. I've worn the sea specs and they do fall off if you wipe out, I tried to remember to grab them before I hit an went under.

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    I have been wearing Silverfish "S rat" http://www.silverfish.com/sunglasses/E.html ) glasses for 6 years. They come with strap and leash. Pricey, but I require Rx. They do tend to fog when water is much colder than air, nose piece comes with them to extend frames out a little from the face to help counteract fogging. Also taking a wave head on tends to push them down over the nose. Tend to just get use to water drops as trade off for the lack of eye strain from the am. sun. Have never "lost" them due to wipeouts.

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    I have a pair of prescription Silverfish Whistlers and really like them. They're not goggles, but sunglasses designed for watersports. Haven't had a fogging problem as of yet. There's plenty of air circulation around them. Waterspots, yes. Thinking of using a RainX wipe to see how that works. After much research, went with non-polarized. It seems having some glare is to your wave-reading advantage. I also wear a hat otherwise there is glare on the inside of the lenses.

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    I use an old pair of glasses and run string thru rashguard.

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    I just bought 4 pair of TYR Aqua shields for 33 bucks shipped on Ebay. They list for 49.00. Worth a try at that price.

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    http://www.kurtisusa.com/?gclid=CKrC...FSsHRQodEXpY2g

    these are the best goggles Ive tried um all and I promise this is the best all around product on the market. little pricey but you get what you pay for

    You can also try wearing a hat....

    If you et a pterigium go see these guys http://www.harvardeye.com/procedures/pterygium.html

    Dr. Hovanesian is the guy...

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    i was in CA for a bit and had this problem every afternoon. staring into the sun. ppl that live there/surf a lot must have some serious issues