These goggles have better ventillation and the quality of the lens is a big plus. These will fog less, and offer a bit more protection from the rays.
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Contour has ceased operations as of August 2nd, therefore the 180 manufacturer warranty no longer exists, nor will there be product support.
I refuse to become a go-pro-bro... Time to buy an extra Contour while there are still some left in stock.
The fabric is really stretchy and soft, yet seems pretty rugged (feels like wetsuit material). The styling is pretty cool, they are really simple and clean. They fit different then most, above the knee and tighter cut. These fit a little tighter than my other billabong shorts in the same size.
Also worth noting, the color depicted above as neo-lime is really almost a yellow. I really like the color shown in the pic, but the yellowish color ain't really my thing.
No, along the top and bottom are vents covered with foam. Snow goggles will almost always have some vents to avoid fogging issues. For dust, I would recommend getting one of these: http://www.backcountry.com/mx-goggles
They have vents, but are designed to keep dust and dirt out.
Specifically, I would suggest these: http://www.backcountry.com/100-accuri-sand-goggles?rr=t