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CATHERINE37

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CATHERINE37 says:

antifog visor

Ive contacted the shop further to following article http://www.webbikeworld.com/r4/ria-permanent-anti-fog-coating/ they say helmets oe are aware of it and it should be available
I will contact SHARK and let you knwo
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bbstrikesagain

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sounds a lot like..

..what Shark already use, e.g. on RSR2 visors, a permanent, slightly soft feeling but self healing, very effective anti-fog coating.  I wonder?


Compared to whatever Shark are using, I'd say a pinlock seems a bit more resistant to fogging, but is a whole lot more hassle and optically inferior.

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