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    http://www.silverfish.com/
    http://www.oakley.com/products/2044/5530
    http://www.sporteyes.com/barz.htm
    http://www.sporteyes.biz/Eyewear-by-...000A-p574.html
    http://www.sporteyes.com/barrcpp.htm#Premier

    The last ones are swim goggles that seal based on the tightness of the band, not suction, so maybe not top choice. Hope these help! And if someone gives you sh!t just tell them your eyes are f#cked and to mind their own business.

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    rainX for your rX

    Quote Originally Posted by Pursuitofhappiness View Post
    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.
    tried rainX. it actually will bead more. rainX works at speed (created to clear windshields of race cars when wipers get jacked by high wind speed), so unless you are doing like 60 mph on a wave, it won't have the effect you need..

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    Quote Originally Posted by oipaul View Post
    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.

    i use a simple tether wrapped around my neck or attached to wetsuit pull ...won't keep 'em on yer face but you won't lose 'em. just avoid crushing them as you duck dive....lost a lens that way 2 weeks ago

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    ended up getting Birdz. Haven't tried em yet but they seem kinda cheap... but in the end they're gonna break unless they're solid goggles. Someone mentioned just wearing a hat... this is no good for AM sessions plus we must remember that sunlight comes from two directions... direct and reflecting off the water.

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    Thanks for the head's up and sharing the knowledge!

    Quote Originally Posted by spongedude View Post
    tried rainX. it actually will bead more. rainX works at speed (created to clear windshields of race cars when wipers get jacked by high wind speed), so unless you are doing like 60 mph on a wave, it won't have the effect you need..

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    lamboghini mercy

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    Got my TYR Aqua Shields and will give them a try today. Look like an alien in them but It beats the crap out of surfer's eye and just blood shot eyes in general.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CBSCREWBY View Post
    Got my TYR Aqua Shields and will give them a try today. Look like an alien in them but It beats the crap out of surfer's eye and just blood shot eyes in general.
    http://www.swimlocker.com/TYR-Aqua-S.../t.laquasm.htm has them for $5!!! The order went thru so I'll post back if they arrive. Cost more to ship the suckers.

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    I guess we will all know eachother now out in the water- since we will be the only ones wearing sunglasses now while surfing lol

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    Nice tip on the aqua shields...at that price I couldn't resist snagging a few pairs to try out.

    I debated buying those kurtis ones, but I cheaper out. I should probably suck it up and buy a pair. They seem like the real deal.