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    Snow goggles that will fit under a mtb helmet?

    When I'm active (snowshoeing, skiing, biking, running) out in the cold, I cover my nose and mouth with a buff. The warm breath rises up under the cloth, fogging up my sunglasses no matter what I do so I need to wear goggles. But there is no such thing as a snow goggle for biking (that I can find). The companies that make bike goggles say that their bike goggles are just as large as snow goggles because they are made for downhill/moto helmets, not regular mtb helmets.

    Strange none of the big companies (Oakley, Smith, Giro, POC) I've contacted so far make goggles specifically for mtb biking in cold conditions. Opportunity here folks!

    Suggestions? Thanks!
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    Maybe get a smaller size goggle? Oh, and whatever you get, make sure you get a double pane lens.

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    I use a cheap pair of Smith snowboarding goggles with my Giro Feature helmet, fits fine.
    If you do have access to a snowboard/ski store with goggles, take your mtb helmet in and try on a few.

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    Thanks so much everyone. Great suggestions and helpful tips.

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    Bring your Buff when you try them on too. Theres a pretty good chance you'll fog your goggles too.

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    I've had good luck with these for biking. I have 2 pair- one with the gray lens and one with clear. For winter use it does help to use some sort of anti-fog product on them. Smith Boogie Regulator Goggle Tactical Goggles Men's: Smith United States

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    Ryder's Shore goggles are the best for anti fogging and are a bit smaller than the 100% and Smith goggles I have

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