Anti-Fog does not equal Anti-Condensation. Help me Low Temp Riders!!!
So I rode into work on my 40 mile commute at 36*F. Wearing the Turtle Fur Balaclava, JR Ballistic 6.0 Jacket and 5.0 Pants and gloves, and wearing the Caberg Jusstisimo Helmet. Very warm, but the glove are not really that good at this temp. Hands were the only thing to get a little cold, but I hope to get the JR Rush gloves and the Zuk hand guards to fix that.
My Caberg helmet never fogs because of the anti-fog visor which works great at keeping the fog off, but unfortuenately the condensation that has been building in the helmet as the temperature has been going down is almost to the point of making it unusable. I have all of the vents open, crack the visor, and still have to open up my visor periodically throughout my commute to wipe off the moisture, and let the wind evap some too. Also when I where the turtle fur my chin can touch the front of the mask.
The front vent on the helmet cracks facing up and my theory is that it would work better in an open air environment, but not as great behind the Givi. If it vented from the bottom I think it would collect more air coming up through the fork area.
Any other low temp riders come across this and have a solution???
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