Foxhole Norman wrote: »
I'm in the same situation and at the moment I'm using JT goggles that I took out of one of my older masks. Works perfectly over glasses and there is little to no fogging up. I have bought a new pair of shooting glasses off of AirsoftEire as I way prefer to wear glasses than goggles, these are the ones I bought: http://www.airsofteire.com/index.php?page=shop.product_details&category_id=216&flypage=shop.flypage&product_id=1727&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=26&vmcchk=1&Itemid=26
I also bought an attachment that clips onto the glasses that can hold prescription lenses and I'm in the process of having them fitted. I should have them by tomorrow or Thursday and will be trying them out on Friday night.
The insert are not yet on the website but you can order them over phone or email.
tedl90 wrote: »
Thanks for the info but the site I play at mostly require full eye cover no gaps any help would be grate
Langley , Virginia
ShRT wrote: »
If you want to keep wearing your glasses and do it on the cheap, you can use a mesh mask. The issue with goggles is fogging which is exacerbated by the wearing of glassess underneath so a mesh mask can be a good way to go.
Having said that, i used to use Bolle X800 which sort of worked. If you glasses are not too wide at the hinges you may have better luck. They were grand at the start of a session but because it wasn't a perfect fit, they would start to push the glasses into the bridge of the nose and got quite painful after a while
I then swapped to using Bolle X1000 OTG. They are designed to be worn over glasses and I find them great. I did have a small issue with fogging occasionally but that was solved by taking away some mesh that was at the top of the goggles. I have used them outdoors and indoors with no issue. I got them from eHobbyAsia about a year ago for roughly €45.
Zen 2nd wrote: »
Have you looked into getting contact lenses? Saves a lot of hassle. You can buy the dsiposable ones and only use them when you need them so they can last a long time.