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goggle air flow question

Please explain what the comment below means? It was listed in the FAQ for buying a goggle. I don't understand the comment about allowing air flow? If there are no gaps how can air flow?

Make sure there are no gaps and that the goggles allow air flow.
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You want the foam to completely contact your face but make sure the goggle has foam covered vents. You want a controlled airflow. Too little airflow from crappy vents and you get foggy goggles. Too much airflow from face gaps and you get cold watery eyes that blur your vision.
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