Probably the most important thing you are interested in is knowing if they fog? The answer is yes, and very badly I might add. I tested these Revision Bullet Ant goggles in both winter and summer conditions and they fogged horribly in both hot and cold air temperatures. Now the good news is that it is very easy to fix these so that they do not fog. All I did was remove the black foam from the honey comb mesh on the top and bottom of the goggles. I removed as much of the foam as possible and it worked like a charm. Now that there is perfect air ventilation, they are crystal clear in both hot and cold air conditions. Not even the smallest layer of fog, after 4 hours of continuous airsoft play!
Next I have to say that these are the most comfortable goggles I have ever worn. When I play an airsoft skirmish, they usually go about 4 hours straight. This means that you have to wear your eye protection for up to 4 continuous hours. My old ski goggles would leave marks on my face and cause the back of my head to hurt from the continuous pressure applied by the band. These goggles on the other hand are so comfortable that I forget I am even wearing them! That is not an exaggeration either. Their sleek profile allows me to wear my Boony and baseball caps without the top of the goggles interfering with how the hat sits on my head. My old ski goggles were so fat that the hats would angle upward causing them to fall off due to wind resistance every time I went into a full out sprint. The sleek profile come with no cost to visibility; in other words I still have my full field of vision when I am wearing these goggles. They are also very light in weight and the frame is very tough.
The Revision Bullet Ant goggles are designed so that you can swap out the lenses if you would like a different color. According to the manual, they can stop a 12 gauge Remington shotgun from 16 feet away! The safety of these goggles are overkill for airsoft, but who can complain? I do have to note that the manual says that Revision does not approve the use of these goggles for airsoft and that they may cause eye damage if used during airsoft. Well I e-mailed them about it and they responded saying that they were forced to put that statement in the manual for liability reasons. Currently there are no airsoft standards that Revision can test for, so they are technically not allowed to approve the use of them for airsoft. However, the tech service assured me that if there were airsoft standards, these goggles would easily pass.
Lastly I recommend that you purchase Revision anti fog/static cleaning spray for cleaning the lenses. The spray will help reduce some of the fogging if you choose to not remove the black foam lining. I am going to give these goggles a 5 out of 5 stars because the comfort, safety, and overall bang for the buck completely outweighs the easy to fix fogging problem.
-Storage pouch and sleeve
-Can stop a 12 gauge shot gun from 16 feet
-No fogging if modified (remove foam lining)
-Best bang for the buck
-Terrible fogging if not modified
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]