I bought a new pair of Native polarized goggles a couple of weeks ago. A friend of mine runs a ski shop and recommended these, I understand this is a relatively new brand. This is my first pair of expensive goggles. Yesterday and today skiing at Snowbird, the temp was around 15 degrees. My goggles fogged and then the "fog" instantly froze, covering the entire inside of the lenses with ice. Had to remove the goggles, ski from the top down to the lodge in snowstorm and go inside to defrost. Happened both days. This never happened to me in years of skiing with my old (cheap) Smith's. So, is this a relatively common experience, or should I be looking for a different pair of goggles?
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12/14/08 at 4:08pm