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Looking for a good pair of shooting glasses that won't fog up. I do a lot of indoor pistol shooting at the range and my cheapo Remington glasses always fog up. Gimme a good brand that will alleviate this problem
 

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I am looking for a set of grips for a ppl 380
What does this have to do with shooting glasses?
 

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Looking for a good pair of shooting glasses that won't fog up. I do a lot of indoor pistol shooting at the range and my cheapo Remington glasses always fog up. Gimme a good brand that will alleviate this problem

Money is not a problem
Rudy Project or Oakley
 

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Rudy project looks great but way too expensive. I'll go with Oakley I guess. But man Rudy Project Genetyk looks nice.
 

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Rudy project looks great but way too expensive. I'll go with Oakley I guess. But man Rudy Project Genetyk looks nice.
Nice thing about Rudy's is the lenses are guaranteed against scratching.

Scratch them, get new ones no charge.

My wife wears Genetyks to shoot USPSA. Watch the RudyprojectUSA website.
40% off sales are not uncommon.

I use Bolle' Vigilantes with an Rx insert---they work just fine and are a LOT
cheaper than Oakley's or Rudy's. Also look at ESS and Wiley.

Mentioned the Rudy's and Oakleys first because of your "money is not a problem",
but there are a LOT of good glasses out there for less than OMG prices.
 

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Looking for a good pair of shooting glasses that won't fog up. I do a lot of indoor pistol shooting at the range and my cheapo Remington glasses always fog up. Gimme a good brand that will alleviate this problem
I haven't had that particular problem with shooting glasses, so I don't know why your Remington glasses might be fogging up.

Unless you've already done this, before I'd invest in another brand that might or might not satisfy you, I'd try using a good lens cleaner that advertises anti-fog properties.
 

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I'll 2nd the recommendation for Rudy Project.

They are expensive, however, with the multiple lenses they can be used for more than shooting. I use mine for biking. And the photochromic lenses are phenomenal!

When I bought mine I had found a 20% off code which helped bring the cost down.
 

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I am looking for a set of grips for a ppl 380
Check the PM I sent you. Also, please stop by the introductions section and tell us a little about yourself.
 

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You can also get some Uvex anti fog wipes that do wonders on any glasses. We use the Uvex during a full wash down sanitation at work and no fog...
 

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Wiley X is expensive. Try ESS. They also provide an anti-fog cloth. Rx insert is available or you can have your optometrist lab prepare one with their sample lenses.
 

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If you like the glasses you currently have try some anti-fog spray - wait-a-minute, this post is almost dated. :eek:
 
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