The back of the lens has a military-grade, hydrophilic layer. The layer absorbs and disperses water vapour/humidity throughout the material, eliminating the opportunity for it to condense on the surface as fog. RYDERS antiFOG will absorb more than any other fog-resistant treatment and it’s far more durable, never requiring reapplication.
The fronts of the lenses need to overcome an entirely different set of challenges than the backs, so it only makes sense that they’re treated independently with a hydrophobic coating. It defends against saturation by shedding water to provide a clear view, free from large drops and water marks.
Like all RYDERS lenses, antiFOG lenses are decentred, making them optically correct to reduce distortion and eye fatigue. They’re impact-resistant, scratch resistant, and provide 100% UV protection. They even come in a variety of lens tints and premium lens technologies such as Photochromic and veloPOLAR™.