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Im looking to buy a OTG goggles but theres none at my local stores that i can try on. Which is the best fitting OTG goggles?

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I was using oakleys - I had a very hard time finding OTG goggles, and my glasses kept fogging....

I went and got contacts. No more problem, and the exam and contacts were only about 150 bucks....easier and safer than glasses

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I had a bunch of regular goggles (the cheap Oakleys) and decided that I was going to make them work with my glasses.

I cut some face foam out of the sides behind the strap so my glasses do not get squished against my face. I used them in quite a few bad dusty races last year and they worked great. I eventually sweated/fogged them up but that is because I am a boy who can SWEAT! lol

If you have ordinary goggles already it is worth a try.

Rhino

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I've used Smith and Scott. I think the scotts were a little better fitting for me and didn't seem to fog as much.

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I have used to Scott 87 OTG's, but from what I have read, they discontinued them, I can't find them anymore in catalogs or on the shelves.

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LASIK is the way to go. I'm getting mine done this month. Can't race in the desert dust with glasses and goggles anymore.

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I have used to Scott 87 OTG's, but from what I have read, they discontinued them, I can't find them anymore in catalogs or on the shelves.

Rocky Mountain has them here.

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