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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful.
Comfortable and clear
By ID Adam
How bad can they be for $10. Pretty good ! They look good at the shooting range and I have received inquiries as to their performance. I have to say that I have had a lot of trouble with shooting glasses fogging all the time and I hate regular glasses under my ear muffs, because of the pressure on my temples. These goggles have good vents at the lower edge and since the lenses are spaced a little ways from your face the heat doesn't transfer so quickly. After an hour at the indoor range I will see a little fogging, but just a little. During a 30 minute session there is no fogging. The lenses are very clear and sharp compared to my 10 to 20$ glasses I tried. The head band feels comfortable under my ear muffs and they also came with a regular set of ear frames that you can interchange.
18 of 18 people found the following review helpful.
As a girl, it's hard to find goggles that fit properly--I don't have wide, flat cheekbones or broad brows, so a lot of other goggles I've tried have cracks that let in plenty of sawdust. These fit properly, don't leave horribly pressure lines on my face, don't fog, and don't leave me with dry, scratchy eyes at the end of the day. Good stuff.
30 of 34 people found the following review helpful. See all 450 customer reviews...
Nice Goggles, Not really Anti-Fog
Goggles are very nice and durable. They come with both Headband and temples so you can switch between them when needed. But really not Anti-Fog, I know you cant have an absolute anti-fog goggles, but they don't seem to even have minimal protection against fogging. Beside that (which was the main reason for my purchase) they are very durable. I used them for airsofting and they can handle fast moving projectiles with no problem.
Come with both Headband and temples