In order to keep the factory coating working properly for as long as possible, it's important to avoid touching the inside of the lenses. This includes the spit-and-rub process most folks use. If lenses begin foggin while swimming, it's best to rinse them in the water rather than touch them due to the oils on your skin. Additionally, it's good practice to rinse the lenses out with clean, fresh water after your swim to prevent mineral build up that can become abrasive.
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- Do you offer prescription goggles?
- Do your goggles have an anti-fog coating?
- How are ROKA goggles different?
- How do I care for the anti-fog coating in my goggles?
- What color lens should I use for my race?
- What goggles are ideal for a smaller face?
- What goggles should I buy?
- What is the best lens tint for swimming outdoors?