Seeing a Difference with Svan Can See® Anti-Fog Gel

Who likes dealing with foggy sunglasses or goggles? when Sven Can See® came out to Outdoor Retailer Winter Market, I had to see for myself whether their Anti-Fog Gel would give me clear visibility.

The first day I applied the Sven Can See® anti-fog gel to my sunglasses, I noticed a big difference. Before I was constantly adjusting my sunglasses, hat, or clothes to allow for more venting. Post-application, I didn’t have to deal with my sunglasses fogging up.

Maintenance

After my experience with the sunglasses, I applied the Sven Can See® anti-fog gel to my goggles, but I forgot to follow instructions and make sure my goggles were clean! I did notice a difference the first day despite my errors, but after reapplying it correctly it was a game changer.

Be sure to clean and dry your lens (indoors preferably) first then buff it out after applying the anti-fog gel! Follow the instructions here! On the days I didn’t clean my lens beforehand, I noticed a difference in the performance of the anti-fog gel.

It really comes down to maintenance and I’ve noticed the lens applicator becoming a part of my pre-tour routine. After all, I can’t necessarily afford to lose time dealing with the consequences of a fast pace on the skin track.

Sven Can See Anti-Fog Gel

Why Sven Can See® Anti-Fog Gel?

What’s so special about the Sven Can See® anti-fog gel? It’s safe for kids, has no alcohol or fumes, biodegradable and safe for all types of lens including anti-reflective lens and prescription lenses. Each spray is good for 40 applications and comes with a clean dry cloth for buffing out.

The Sven Can See® anti-fog gel isn’t just for winter recreation, but rather for anyone who deals with foggy sunglasses in everyday conditions. Work in extremely cold environments? Check out the Anti-Fog/Frost Xtreme Cold Spray. 

Sven Can See® Anti-Fog Gel is available for only $10.95 with free shipping!

About The Author

Aaron’s affinity for gear originally came from living the coastal lifestyle in southeastern North Carolina where he’d spend time surfing, free diving, and whatever else he could keep himself busy with on the water. After relocating to Colorado, Aaron traded his surfboard for a snowboard and spent three seasons as a ski technician for two of the largest retailers in Colorado.  Known as the “gear destroyer,” Aaron has a knack for finding flaws in gear, yet he also can come up with solutions to fix them. When not splitboarding, Aaron is trying to cross off as many peaks as possible on the list of 832 summits above 13,000 feet in Colorado. With an undergraduate degree in Marine Sciences and Meteorology and a masters in deaf education, Aaron is a man of many hats as a project developer, media producer, and educational consultant through his company Cue Cognatio. Aaron also goes on assignment as a photographer through Aaron V. Rose Photography. Aaron has completed the AIARE Rec Level 2.

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