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Old 12-31-2009, 08:29 AM   #1
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what do you guys do for fog & moisture sticking to the inside of your visor?
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don't they make "anit-fog" wipes for goggles and visors? I know i saw that somewhere. Never tried them though
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Old 12-31-2009, 09:21 AM   #3
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product called cat- and a foggy mask. I happen to which have a foggy mask for sale in the classified section,lol
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not trying to flame the foggy but it didn't work well for my Shoei. worked like a charm for my HJC lid though. I use an insert and works perfect in my Shoei. I gave up on the "sprays and wipes" too. The inserts are the best in my situation. I must have especially hot breath or something...

http://www.cyclegear.com/spgm.cfm?L1...=TUC_55-0026_G
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not trying to flame the foggy but it didn't work well for my Shoei. worked like a charm for my HJC lid though. I use an insert and works perfect in my Shoei. I gave up on the "sprays and wipes" too. The inserts are the best in my situation. I must have especially hot breath or something...

http://www.cyclegear.com/spgm.cfm?L1...=TUC_55-0026_G

weird, I never had a problem using them in my shoei. cat works ok.... definetly not the end all be all solution
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not trying to flame the foggy but it didn't work well for my Shoei. worked like a charm for my HJC lid though. I use an insert and works perfect in my Shoei. I gave up on the "sprays and wipes" too. The inserts are the best in my situation. I must have especially hot breath or something...

http://www.cyclegear.com/spgm.cfm?L1...=TUC_55-0026_G
Is this the same as the pinlock setup for Shoei? I'm thinking about getting that for my clear shield and just swapping out to the mirror/tinted when fog wont be a problem.
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i've bought bottles of that overpriced antifog spray for your visor, they sucked and didn't work worth a .
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Old 12-31-2009, 02:23 PM   #8
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[QUOTE=zerobounds;2Is this the same as the pinlock setup for Shoei? I'm thinking about getting that for my clear shield and just swapping out to the mirror/tinted when fog wont be a problem.[/QUOTE]

precisely. I use two of them, one for my tinted one and one for my clear. The only problem i have is closing the lid. A little snug but it works flawlessly once it is on. Oh, btw, The clear pinlock setup is not actually clear. It has a light blue tint. But it does not effect my vision though.
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i always just cracked the visor open a tiny bit.
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FWIW, if it was anything like last night this morning, that wasn't fog on your visor, that was WATER. The humidity was so high that just walking around outside you could feel your skin was wet.
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I just bought some rain x fog wipes at Wally world. I have not tried them yet.
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Old 12-31-2009, 04:22 PM   #12
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Recently I bought an HJC Helmet and it came with a PINLOCK Shield and I must say it works really good. It's an HJC thing but with some minor tweeks you could fit it to any visor.

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