Yeah, but some of us are too old for Lasik and not yet ready for cataract replacement lenses. I've found that minor adjustments to the inside foam in a helmet with the ball end of a ball pein hammer works well.I kept getting my glasses fogging up. I tried a few different things including cat crap. Couldn't find anything that worked perfectly.
I also had the problem that my helmet would shake and move my glasses and make everything look shaky, making it seem like i was going warp 5 instead of 70. My glasses then started to break. The side of the helmet would bend the glasses frame when I put them on, and I kept bending them back when not wearing the helmet. Eventually, they started to break and I had to glue them back together. This was only a temporary fix.
I went the expensive route and got lasik. Now I don't have to worry about fog, shaky vision, broken glasses, or a lot of other things. Not the cheapest route but it worked for me. Now I just have to worry about the visor fogging up.
+1 as well, cured my problems, if it's really bad I use glasses with plastic frames. They do not get as warm on your face or is it cold. But the combo works below 32 down to 22 degrees!!The Respro Foggy is a cheap and fantastic product that fits inside your helmet and seals off your eyes from your nose/mouth. I leave mine in year-round, gets a little gamey midsummer but not enough of a problem to remove it...
It's $20 and made of neoprene. I've never seen one in a MC shop, only online... Great product.