The Results: 81% have a fog problem, 75% call is a safety issue, 50% “just live with it.”
We asked professional skiers about the issue of fogged ski goggles on the slopes. The bottom line: fogging is a very real problem with no well-accepted solution.
Survey respondents said 81% of them often or sometimes had a fogged eyewear problem. 75% of the responding professionals agreed that fogged goggles are unsafe, not merely annoying. The bad news? 50% of them “just live with the problem.”
“The Defog It antifog research shows that ski professionals see fogged goggles as a safety issue, but they haven’t latched on to a solution for it,” says John Swett,
Director of Marketing for Nanofilm, maker of Clarity Defog It anti fog towelettes and liquid. He adds, “Although this research was done with a relatively small sample, it points out a problem that Clarity Defog It can solve.”
Respondents also rate Defog It’s performance. It works!
Survey respondents also provided feedback on the effectiveness of Defog It antifog towelettes:
88% of respondents said Defog It antifog outperformed the product they were using now.
65% rated the product’s performance as superior
9 out of 10 would recommend Defog It antifog to a friend
Clarity DeFog can be found at Nanofilm