Seeing is believing with the Anon M1 Goggles. As an authority in optimal optical performance, Anon provides riders with goggles that just ooze functionality. But they don’t stop there. Rather, Anon infuses that function with the most forward-thinking stylistic embellishments through progressive design concepts that undergo technical execution through every phase to ensure that each pair of M1s exceed the needs of the most demanding skiers and snowboarders.
Basically, these goggles rock. Find out more in my review below:
Anon M1 Review
The lens is loaded with exclusive Anon technology that delivers unparalleled visibility. Spherical Lens Tech mimics your eye’s natural curvature to deliver an undistorted view in every direction. Dual lens construction regulates climate control to give you a clear view and each layer is treated with a premium anti-fog coating. Integral Clarity Technology allows you to experience the same, consistent, excellent visibility no matter what the weather is throwing your way.
When it comes to one of the sweetest features of the Anon M1 Goggles, it just doesn’t get any better. Magne-Tech Quick Lens Change Technology uses magnets to let you swap out lenses when the sun peaks through the clouds, once night riding begins, or after you smash your face into a massive ice hunk and crack your lens. Sure, there might be blood everywhere, but at least swapping in a new lens is easy. Ride on!
A super tough, lightweight frame delivers beefy abrasion resistance and consistent flexibility. It promises to fit all kinds of faces and hook you up with wall-to-wall vision so that no feature escapes your gaze. The Pivoting Outrigger system distributes pressure across your face evenly to ensure a superb fit. Anon’s Full Perimeter Channel Venting enhances airflow and drags moisture away from your lens. Triple Layer Face Foam is crazy comfortable as it seals out the elements, and it is made from fleece that even has wicking powers. And just like most other goggles, this pair has a strap that works with helmets, making this one of the best snowboard goggle helmet interfaces on the market.
There really isn’t anything not to love about the Anon M1 goggle aka eyeball defenders. Not only do they look legit, but they are all jacked up on performance, too. Do your ocular devices a favor and put them behind the Anon M1 Goggles – $219.95 Backcountry.com