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Doesn't skimp on performance, does free up your lift-ticket fund.

The Anon Helix goggle is built for everyone who needs a set of goggles, not a fashion statement. The cylindrical polycarbonate lens is UV blocking to protect your eyes, and mirrored to reduce glare. Plus, the flat profile keeps the lens tucked into the frame, making it harder to scratch. The Full Perimeter Channel venting keeps the air flowing, so these puppies won't fog up when you're hiking laps in the park, or working up a sweat lapping the trees. Dual layer face foam keeps the Helix snug to your face, and they're fully helmet-compatible. They're goggles, plain and simple, and that's a good thing.

  • Cylindrical polycarbonate lens
  • Dual layer face foam
  • Full Perimeter Channel venting
  • Medium fit for medium sized faces

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Good performance from a simple goggle

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I've had these for about 3 years and I wear them almost every time I go skiing. The lenses are super easy to change and they fit well with a variety of helmets (I've had a Smith, a Giro, and a Red). They're not particularly "cool" looking but the frames are rugged and they get the job done. The lenses do scratch fairly easily, but aren't as expensive to replace as some other models. My only complaint is that there's no anti-slip strip on the inside of the strap so they have a tendency to slip backward when you put them up on a helmet.

Do the goggles come with spare lens?


Not that great

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I've used these goggles probably 30-40 times, generally for splitboarding in the backcountry. Admittedly, the backcountry game is harder on equipment, however, the lens on these goggles is extremely fragile and couldn't stand up to even moderate use. They were scratched after my first run and they seem to get a new mark every time that I so much as breath on them. The actual goggle is nice and seems to fit my face well. The strap is easy to adjust and seems robust. They fit my Red Commander helmet well. The anti fog system generally works except when you make the mistake of putting the goggles into their fitted pouch wet, in which case you will have to remove the lens to dry it out before using them. Overall, they're okay but the easy-scratch lens design is a major bummer.


Great goggle especially for the price

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

I've skied a few days in these now, and they've done great in all conditions. Warm and cold weather, they haven't fogged at all on me. The lens is really clear (I think I have the silver amber) and while they're not the greatest in flat light, I've never found a versatile goggle that really is. Get a low-light lens if you're looking for that.


Simplicity = The Ultimate Sophistication

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I'm still trying to figure out the "sophistication" part of this equation when it comes to these goggles, but they sure are simple!

And thats exactly why they're the perfect goggle for me. I've had two pairs of these goggles over the past 4 seasons. The reasons I stick with them are A.) They fit well with my helmet, the Smith Maze, B.) They are inexpensive, C.) They still have some style points and cool colors.

Yes, you have the ability to change the lenses, but if thats your interest maybe these aren't the goggles for you. If you're like me, and you lose your goggle case after a week and just end up tossing them in your pack or letting them kick around the trunk of your car, then these are the choice for you. They've always held up well. Sure they don't have the lens quality of the top competitors out there, but if you're going to be careless and trash your goggles then why splurge?

Keep it simple, keep it budget and keep it styley.

Will these goggles be compatible with a...

Will these goggles be compatible with a Smith Aspect helmet?