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  1. Eye Protection 
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    Senior Foiler Elite tbskis's Avatar
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    Anyone use or know of good eye protection for foiling. Googles, glasses, ect.??? Thanks, Tim B.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbskis View Post
    Anyone use or know of good eye protection for foiling. Googles, glasses, ect.??? Thanks, Tim B.
    Just eye lids
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Jay View Post
    Just eye lids
    Yours must be a little stretched out by now Jay.
     
     

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    I use SeaSpecs sometimes. http://www.seaspecs.com/ You can get em on Ebay a bit cheaper. They have a strap that keeps them on. I usually just use them when at times of the day like early morning, dusk when I'd prefer sunglasses on.

    And I've taken HARD falls while wakeboarding with these, and they've never come off.
     
     

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    Voz sports was selling some that seemed to work well. If you happen to get in touch with them, tell them I am still waiting to hear back on my helmet. I think they might have gone out of business.
     
     

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    Spex goggles or Seaspecs....Both work with your helmet on but the SeaSpecs stay in place better in the hard crashes
     
     

  7. SeaSpecs for beginner foiler 
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    Just curious...In a fall - do the SeaSpecs hurt your face/nose areas? I am still learning and falls are fairly common :)

    Also, hoping that perhaps being able to see clearly will help my balance?
     
     

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    Scott tried some goggles, they didn't work that well. He said they were hard to use because of the blind spots. He needs to find something though, he keeps getting eye infections when he skis.
     
     

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    Have worn both spexs and seaspecs both will protect you from eye-peelers And neither one really hurts your nose. But we have lost a lense or two on the spex..I'd go with the seaspecs
     
     

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    Some motocross goggles???? Maybe??



     
     

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