The forward slanting windows offers a couple of very objective advantages.
1) if you have built in electronic display monitors, the sloping forward windows reduces glare. The last boat that we owned had forward tilting windows and the instruments were always easy to see. The previous boats, window tilted aft, often required us to use the glare shield over the instruments or a shirt/pillow to cut the glare.
2) We boat in high rain areas, and when trolling for fish, with the aft tilted windows the wipers would be on constantly. With the forward tilting windows, rarely at slow speeds were the wipers needed. At 20 knots, into the wind, the rain would get to the windshield
Perhaps they do not look racey, but the functionality is there