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There appears to be no such thing as a truly anti-fog lens, especially where -30F is "situation normal." No matter what kind of coating is applied, and even with a double lens, at such low temps any vapor will freeze as it accumulates trying to rise and transfer out of the foam. The result is a top-down frosting.
I was a bit skeptical about the photochromic lens, but it works well and is very useful in flat light conditions (also common in Alaska from late Nov. - Jan.).


Why don't you just go #1 before you go #2? Problem solved....unless of course, #2 is actually the real #1 when we go "#2". Is it not? After all, whenever I go #2, 99 percent of the time I immediately follow up with #1. I've probably just confused most people reading this, who didn't think I'd turn a review comment thread into a philosophical discussion...but there it is anyway. Deal with it...or provide a pithy response. The latter is preferred.

Keep on having fun.