4 comments on “Snow Blindness – Not Fun!

  1. The goggles are a good way to keep your eyes safe when hiking at night. Waaay better than getting a twig or branch in the eye or preventing the same from knocking off your glasses. I choose goggles.

    Thanks for the tip !

  2. Keep a new pair for night driving, on watch that youcan keep clean and clear (they scratch easy) and an old pair for dirty work, digging, chainsawing, Keep in an old clean sock. Anti-fogging solutions helped alot skiing. Eskimos used some that looked like walnut shells tied together with pinholes to look thru. Face shields are awesome on helmets. The wind can gitcha as bad as the sun.

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