I wear glasses when riding and I'm always trying different brands as I am constantly on the hunt for fog proof glasses. I've had a pair of these for a little while and I've jotted down some quick thoughts from first impressions to a conclusion down below:
Caliber Anti-fog Traction
Industrial design is a subjective matter but overall I liked the semi-wrap around shield and the general aesthetics which are definitely skewed more towards function over fashion. They were even black.
The build quality of the frame seemed stout and comparable to Smith frames that I have tried recently for NSMB.
Fit well with Smith Forefront and TLD A1
I found that my field of view was pretty good given a heavy frame
Maybe it is the shape of my melon but they didn't stay hooked over my ears very well. A quick shake of my head and they slipped down my nose fairly easily.
Nose piece seemed to be designed for someone with a very broad nose. I don't have a large schnoz but it is definitely not flat or small. An articulated nose piece or more heavily dimpled nose piece would be a nice solve here.
I found myself constantly pushing the glasses back into place even on smooth trails.
Hydrophobic qualities worked as advertised for the first month but soon after they definitely did not fear condensation or fog when the weather changed from damp to dank.
I am a glasses wearer and the biggest issue for me was Optical distortion. Unless I was staring straight ahead I got massive headaches. Given that they kept slipping down my nose I was constantly removing them to shake out the cobwebs are pushing them back up my nose.
Lenses became scratched and beat up within a months use which attracted more contaminates and fog. I always use the cloth bag so assume it was from constantly adjusting the glasses on my face and wiping out the fog.
I can't recommend these due to fit and optical distortion.