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  • Anon M1 Goggle Replacement Lens Amber
  • Anon M1 Goggle Replacement Lens Clear
  • Anon M1 Goggle Replacement Lens Dark Smoke
  • Anon M1 Goggle Replacement Lens Green Solex
  • Anon M1 Goggle Replacement Lens Red Solex

Available colors

  • Anon M1 Goggle Replacement Lens Amber
  • Anon M1 Goggle Replacement Lens Clear
  • Anon M1 Goggle Replacement Lens Dark Smoke
  • Anon M1 Goggle Replacement Lens Green Solex
  • Anon M1 Goggle Replacement Lens Red Solex

Anon M1 Goggle Replacement Lens

$74.95 - $89.95

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    • Amber, One Size
        $74.95
    • Clear, One Size
        $74.95
    • Dark Smoke, One Size
        $74.95
    • Green Solex, One Size
        $89.95
    • Red Solex, One Size
        $89.95
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    The easy-switch snow goggle lens.

    The Anon M1 Goggle replacement lens is the undisputed master of the quick switch. Anon's Magna-Tech technology lets you pop out the lens and snap in a new one quickly and easily without smudging your lens. The M1 lens is also spherical for the maximum range of vision with zero distortion. A polarized version is also available to cut out glare. The dual-lens design reduces fogging, and the polycarbonate construction is tough to scratch or break.


    • Spherical
    • Tough polycarbonate
    • Magna-Tech easy swap design
    • Item #ANO0235

    Tech Specs

    Material
    polycarbonate
    Polarized
    no
    Compatibility
    Anon M1 Goggles
    Recommended Use
    replacing your broken lens
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Why do Anon lenses seem to scratch more

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    Love the concept of the m1 and m2. Had m1 for three seasons resulting in needing to buy more lenses. Someone once told me anon lenses scratch easy. I thought bs they are all the same. After owning these I feel maybe that is correct or I am just getting sloppy with my goggles. I do patrol so they get extreme use.

    Goggles preform very well. No fog. Plenty of vision. Easy enough to switch on top of a steep drop in while snowing and blowing.

    Which replacement lens is optimal for night...

    Which replacement lens is optimal for night riding?