WBLskier Posted April 20, 2012 Share Posted April 20, 2012 I ski up in MN and the air temp can get pretty cold sometimes. I skied a month ago and the air temp was in the 70’s. Tomorrow morning it is going to be under 35 when we go. Does anyone have a good suggestion for eyewear to wear when it is cold or raining? I’ve tried downhill ski goggles before and they are okay, but they always seem to throw my depth perception off a bit. I’d like to find something that would help on the really cold mornings or for in the rain that is easier to see through and fit more like sunglasses. Also, I’ve heard it can be bad for an engine to start it when it is cold since it uses thicker diesel oil. Is there any truth to this? Seems crazy since a million diesel cars start up here in the winter when its 20 below zero, but I thought I’d throw it out there. Thanks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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