kwacker wrote:Justin let me know if they work for you asap, if you don't mind. I have the same problem especially during the second season when it is a little colder & I have just spent 1/2 hr setting up & my body temp is high. It takes 20 mins. for them to stop fogging up. Would really like to find a solution.
Good luck with the contacts.
HeritageHunter wrote:I made the switch 2 seasons ago and love them. Peripharel vision is much better. Also I finally could add sunglasses to my equipment list.
1. I found dusk vision was a little tough for the first few weeks. Don't know why just took some getting used to.
2. Always carry Visine for contacts. Yes there is special drops for contacts so make sure you buy the right one. I tried them all and Visine was the cheapest and worked fine. First few months your eyes will get dry especially in windy days and the drops are key.
3. If you bow hunt practice with the in. Changed my anchor point a little but nothing major.
4. If you travel bring your glasses. They do tear, you loss them, eyes get tired if wearing them and you will want a back-up.
5. Carry sunglasses. Since wearing contacts my eyes are more sensitive to sun light. I wear sunglasses all the time unless it is night or very overcast.
Best advice I can give ya is to save up and go under the laser. I got it done a year and half ago and it's the best money I've ever spent. 20/15 vision, no more worries about glasses/contacts/prescriptions/eye doc appts. etc. etc. etc.
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