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Anon M1 Goggle

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    • Black/Silver Solex, One Size
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    5 Reviews

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    Go from socked-in to bluebird skies in no-time flat.

    There's an interchangeable lens arms race going on right now, and Anon has cemented its place at the forefront with the M1 goggle. Hidden beneath the oversized exterior, Anon's proprietary Magna-Tech lens technology makes for the fastest, easiest lens swaps we've ever seen. There are six magnets holding the lens in place, and while you can swap lenses in seconds without removing the goggles, Anon's team hasn't been able to knock them loose, no matter how harsh the cased knuckle, or how far the overshot landing. The large frame gives you the absolute maximum amount of peripheral vision, and it's only helped by the spherical lenses, which employ 3D shaping for crystal-clear optics. Fog won't be an issue with the Full Perimeter Channel venting. Between the triple-layer face foam and the pivoting hinged strap anchors, the M1 isn't going anywhere, even if you wear a helmet.

    Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

    • Interchangeable lenses (low-light Blue Lagoon lens included)
    • Magna-Tech interchangeable technology
    • Spherical UV blocking polycarbonate lens
    • Full Perimeter Channel venting
    • Large frame for medium/large faces
    • Hinged pivoting strap anchor for helmet compatibility
    • Item #ANO0199

    Tech Specs

    Frame
    polyurethane
    Lens
    polycarbonate
    Polarized Lens
    no
    Photochromic Lens
    no
    Helmet Compatible
    yes
    Eyeglass Compatible
    no
    Ventilation
    full perimeter channel
    Face Size
    medium
    Recommended Use
    snowboarding, skiing, snowmobiling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Effortless Lens Change

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The M1 has an effortless lens swap, using 12 magnets. 6 on the frame, 6 on the lens. This is a huge convenience for a rider who needs to swap a lens mid-day due to conditions changing.





    Price? The goggle comes with a blue lagoon low light lens as a spare lens option. So essentially, two goggles for price of one.



    I've been wearing this goggle during the hardest of falls and haven't had any issue with the lens popping out.

    Effortless Lens Change

    No Fuss Lens Change

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I love that I can be on top of the mountain, see the clouds roll in and the lighting become super flat and I don't have to worry about it. I just pop the sunny lens out and pop in my low light in. Takes less than a minute to do too.



    The cushion on the frame isn't at plush as I would like but the goggles are still really comfy.





    Shoot me an email anytime you have questions about these goggles or if you'd like to compare goggles!

    No Fuss Lens Change

    Magnets pop off and service sup par

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    After using the m-1's for a week or so, magnet on nose piece of BOTH lenses came off. I lost one magnet, but managed to find and reattach the other. I was within the warranty period and contacted Anon for a replacement lens. Their warranty policies were so unfriendly and burdensome that it wasn't worth my time to send lens back. Will NEVER buy another pair of Anons. Stick with Smith

    Not crazy about it for...

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    So I got these and was not terribly impressed, but not because of construction. I think the build was bomb and the quality of the product top notch. The only issue I had was the lens would pop out on some big falls. I think with the M2 update, the 8 magnet system holds them in during a big fall, but backcountry skiing, if you lose the lens you need for the day, you are pretty much screwed. Now I am not saying I have ever lost a lens, but this is just an indicator of action potential. Aside from that I have a narrow face and they fit me well sealing nicely around the corners of my eyes. As far as becoming foggy and moister between the two lenses, well I have not had that experience, maybe a faulty product?