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Aug. 23, 2021, 11:12 a.m. -  kcy4130

Yeah, I usually don't wear glasses for the same reason. But sometimes in winter when there's snow and bright sunshine, (i.e. snow blindness conditions) dark glasses are absolutely required. In that case my glasses fog up and I get to choose between not being able to see due to completely fogged up glasses and not being able to see because the sun reflecting off the snow is blinding my unprotected eyes. Just one of several reasons why winter biking (around here in mt) is a lot more challenging than summer, most of them gear related.

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