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    Default Best light weight goggles for over glasses?

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    Consider the HJC IS33II

    I prefer 3/4 helmets for maximum peripheral vision (compared to full), comfort and communication.
    I have seen crash damage from a 1/2 helmet coming down on a nose.

    The integrated sun shield retracts at the press of a top buttom...great for tunnels.
    The face cover has multiple detents for air flow at slower speeds.

    Wearing glasses, during the day, you would have two additional levels of eye protection.

    I know you asked about goggles, but even vented can fog at slow speeds.
    I've had several pairs of tinted and clear riding glasses with foam around the lenses.
    They keep out most grit, but can have fogging issues, especially at slow speeds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey4201 View Post
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    This is what I wear. My aviator sunglasses fit perfectly underneath.

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    I use clear safety goggles when I'm riding my ATV in the mountains. They're cheap and easy to find at hardware and lumber stores.

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    I agree with IMS, inexpensive safety goggles can be a simple solution but be very careful of the optical quality. I wore some given to me by a good friend because they looked and felt very comfortable while tandem bicycling with my bride once, and after an hour or so I began to feel dizzy and had to remove them. I tried them a second time on a single bike and confirmed it was the poor optical quality that caused the dizziness.
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