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One thing to mention on fit: I used to think that a frame that fit 'snug' in on my face (ocular cavities and in and around my nose) was preferable, and it does need to stay in place and keep the wind out of your eyes, BUT make sure the fit isn't overly tight - or maybe the word I'm looking for is 'perfect'. Meaning that if there isn't sufficient space for air to flow in there, you'll have more issues with lenses fogging up. You don't want a seal, and obviously too loose is no good, it's somewhere in between.
Sorry I can't be more specific but it's something I had never been told but it turns out that a bit of airflow is a good thing - just not too much or else you'll have the watery eyes you're trying to prevent in the first place.
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