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Clear as a bluebird day.

Shredding is way easier when you can see where you're going, so crank up the clarity with the Anon Hawkeye goggle. Anon's proven spherical lenses are on display, which feature a 3d curve, instead of the flat lenses found on old-school goggles. The upshot to the spherical polycarbonate lenses is less distortion and improved peripheral vision, so you won't miss a single hit, no matter how well its hidden. The low-profile frame sits snug against your face, thanks to dual-layer face foam, and the pivoting hinge strap anchors provide a perfect fit with or without a helmet. Regardless of your chosen headware, the Full Perimeter Channel venting clears tons of air, to keep the Hawkeye fog free.

  • UV blocking polycarbonate lens
  • Spherical lens
  • Full Perimeter Channel venting
  • Medium-size frame
  • Pivoting Flush Mount Hinge for helmet compatibility

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5 5

Anon Hawk Eye Goggles

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Got to use and test these out in Washington State where the snow is real, and wow these are awesome!! I bought these because you can change out the lenses with different colors. The goggles fit nicely on your face, and the color through the lens is pretty awesome! I'm so glad I bought these.

3 5

Cool beans.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Goggles seem to be quite the debate nowadays. If you're a good skier but look goofy in goggles, you'll get some odd looks. If you suck but look fresh, people might follow. I don't understand it, but it's the materialistic world we live in.
Post-rant: These goggles are pretty neat. They're a little odd shaped for an average face (exaggerated curve from cheek to cheek; nose seems to float at times). They look cool, have the brand of Anon to go by, but truly don't make you a better skier. If I could do it over, I would have saved up for the M2's are headed over to Electric. They're just a wee bit odd shaped. I have several friends that feel the same way after wearing the same model. The grasshopper green sure is a cool color, though. Have fun shopping! Questions, comments, etc. are always appreciated.

5 5

The best!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have been snowboarding for 15 years and in the 09/10 season I picked up a pair of these Hawkeye anons and I have never looked back. With a little care they still look brand new and I just picked up the blue lagoon lens for grey days. You cannot beat the price and quality!

The best!
5 5

These are rad

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These goggles are awesome! that's all i have to say about that.

4 5

Good field of view, decent quality

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love how much I can see with these things!

They look great, breathe nicely, the tint functions very well, fit great on my RED helmet, and for the most part they stay de-fogged very well

However I've found that if I leave them in my car (or outside) overnight and they freeze that they fog much easier the next day; not a huge deal, but I haven't had this issue with other goggles

Good field of view, decent quality
4 5

Great for the price

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have used these things in most every condition that a mountain can have. They allow adequate vision, are compatible with most helmet shapes, and look good. What else do you need?
The frame seems to be a bit more convex around the face. It may just be my pair. Nothing too crazy.
Have fun!