BBadger wrote:I stupidly forgot my goggles the night of the megatropolis burn, and had to squint my way through the entire dust storm. I was incredibly surprised that my contacts didn't get scratched and ruined.
mudpuppy000 wrote:Ohh another point, if it's a whiteout you don't really need prescription goggles as you can't see anything anyway. Just swap out your glasses with some good sealing goggles.
ensimismada wrote:Also, everyone is a different case, of course, but, by the time you've put on your goggles in a dust-storm, what is visibility like? I'm not completely blind without my glasses but things 10 feet away are pretty blurry...
catinthefunnyhat wrote:... gold metallic-looking paint you can buy for rubber tires...
I found that a sheer headscarf wrapped around my face (right over my eyes, even) worked pretty well.
A long, sheer scarf sewn to your hat provides a nice semi-shade for your face and shoulders during the heat of the day.
Spryte wrote:this is an excellent post! i wear glasses and have not ventured to the field of contacts yet because i don't feel comfortable poking my eyes lol...so glasses it is! I actually have done a little bit of research and i'm looking into the maximum eyewear website (the spider ones w/ interchangeable lenses) and i've seen the dewalt brand goggles too!
my question is, would either of these goggles work over thick square frame glasses? i know a lot of "over the glasses" goggles are more meant for the wire frame glasses....
these are my glasses below, what do you guys think/recommend?
Savannah wrote:Holy @#$% Tatonka, are you making those yourself?
Secondly, is that you in your new avatar?
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