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Old 26-02-2010, 20:06   #31
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Go for contacts. If you do not want or cannot wear them, get Uvex or similar plain panoramics - you can wipe them easily while your optic glasses remain dry underneath.

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thats a good idea b , Ill try the over glasses
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Builders merchants have over glasses, not the big goggles type, that will help with wind blown spray/rain, but rain seems to fall on the inside of my glasses, a peeked cap solves that too.
I'm planning carstyle fog lights (wide beam, not Spots) under my bow for night arrivals, too many things that aren't clear seen, including fishermen in rowing boats.
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