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what are the pros and cons about each googles

http://www.helmetoutletusa.com/index.cgi?Function=Snowmobile&Detail=3145&Cat=Goggles&Name=Voltage Pro Air Snow&Manuf=Scott

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http://www.509films.com/store/aviator-goggles.html
 

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For value, the Scott's are better. But if you dont care about the price, the Aviators have a higher vision range, and protect face a little better than the Scott's. I think the higher vision range is worth the extra $ right there. I hate "tunnel vision".
 

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yea its only about safety price doesnt matter its whats safer
 

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Honestly, I'd rather get the Scott 89xi goggles. I dont like my 509 Goggles ( They aren't aviators, but I'm assuming same concept except better vision) as much as I like my Scott 89xi's.
 

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The way they feel I guess. Scotts just fit my helmet and face perfect. The foam is also a better fit. I feel that I have to offset the 509's just to have them fit to my face.

You can see here that the top of the goggles are tilted forward. They didnt let air in, but overall my Scotts just did everything better.
 

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jesse500 said:
For value, the Scott's are better. But if you dont care about the price, the Aviators have a higher vision range, and protect face a little better than the Scott's. I think the higher vision range is worth the extra $ right there. I hate "tunnel vision".
x2 love my scotts they are very comfy lol.
 
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