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Anon M2 Goggle

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    31 Reviews


    There's a new sheriff in quick lens change town.

    Anon takes its already revolutionary magnet-based lens-swapping technology to the next level with the M2 Goggle. Now frameless for maximum field of vision and a cutting-edge look, this design makes changing lenses insanely easy and fast.

    Magna-Tech quick lens change technology got an upgrade on the M2. Anon removed the outer frame and buttons so all you have to do to take off the lens is literally grip it and rip it. The magnets are strong enough to survive a tomahawk through powder without coming off so you don't have to worry about losing your lens when you take a tumble. The large spherical lens tapers from the optical center toward the periphery for a wide field of vision with minimal distortion. Full perimeter channel venting allows maximum airflow to keep your lens fog-free, and triple-layer face foam provides a comfy fit that seals out the elements.

    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.

    • Magna-Tech magnetic quick lens change technology
    • Spherical lens
    • TPU frame
    • Full perimeter channel venting
    • Triple layer face foam
    • Fits medium to large faces
    • Low light lens included
    • Microfiber bag included
    • Item #ANO0198

    Tech Specs

    Helmet Compatible
    Full Perimeter Channel Venting
    Recommended Use
    snowboarding, skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    What do you think about this product?

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    A step up from my 10-yr old goggles

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These fit well, with virtually no gap between top of the goggle and my Giro 10 helmet. Smoke lens is great for bluebird days while the second lens (Blue Lagoon) works well in cloudy/light snow conditions. Lens swap out is fast...30 seconds pocket-to-pocket. Grippers really grip and eliminate the "slip off the helmet" move the old gripper-less goggles used to do regularly when moving the goggles up for walking/chair riding. I really like the wall-to-wall spherical lens look. Definitely recommend these, especially at Backcountry's discounted price. Attached photo of a couple of old guys with AnonM2s...!

    A step up from my 10-yr old goggles

    Stealth Kit Complete

      I've been eyeing a pair of these ever since they came out and am psyched to have finally found the budget to drop in on a pair of my own. I got them in Smoke/Dark Smoke to complete my stealth kit. Very pleased with the fit, field of view, and how easy it is to switch among lenses.


      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I purchased the M2 goggles in February, 2016. A month and a half later the red solex lenses are unusable because of scratches - which makes no sense. I didn't hit anything, or even fall on them. I agree with everyone else on the ease of changing lenses and the clarity. No one else seems to have a comment on the short lens life.

      Easy Lens Swap!

        If you're looking for the easiest lens swap on the market, get the Anon M2 goggles. I know a lot of people who are extremely loyal to Smith and their I/O goggles, but frankly, with the M2 and Giro Contact systems, the I/Os are now way behind the curve for lens swapability. All three off the goggles I just mentioned are great in terms of aesthetics, lens options, optical quality, etc, but what puts the M2 over the top is the ease of lens changing.
        The fact that you can swap a lens in the amount of time it takes you to grab a new one from your jacket pocket is a game changer. You don't even have to take the goggles off your face. You simply pull off one lens (attached by a series of powerful magnets) and drop a new one on. The magnets make a secure fit that doesn't require any alignment on the user's part. The magnets just line themselves up and attract!
        The only downside to these would be if you don't love really big lenses (these are for large faces). And I've heard that if you really fall hard and tomahawk down the mountain, it is possible to lose your lenses. However, I think if you're falling that hard, you probably have other things to worry about.

        Mixed Feelings

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        Okay. Lets have some real talk.

        I really like these goggles. They are comfy and I love that the strap really is nice and long. The lenses are two great options that are extremely simple to interchange. Love the color waves that are offered as well. I love the low light lens on storm or overcast days.

        Some of my person issues with these goggles... I was recently cruising along a ridge line at Snowbird, Utah and I took a silly spill and hit the back of my head. I never hurt my head, it didn't give me a headache or anything but the force from hitting the back of my head popped the lens right off the frame (rolled the opposite way down the mountain I might add, lol)

        Luckily they are easy to pop back in, but still that's that last thing I need to happen on a storm day on the top of a mountain.

        Another thing that I noticed about these goggles is the amount of cushion that is provided in the frame. Its not plush like other frames I have used in the past. but Its nice that they are so low profile.

        One more thing... when snowboarding at the speed of light, your eyes will water from the amount of ventilation the goggles provide.

        Over all I really like these goggles and they have been a pair I have worn most days while riding but i'm a bit more cautious after some of the experiences I have had with them.

        I would recommend them to anyone that wants a fast and easy lens changing goggle. If you are looking for two radical lens options this is what you want. I have had many goggles that come with two lenses and usually one lens is mediocre. That is not the case with the Anon M2 goggles. You get to kick @$$ lenses!

        Mixed Feelings

        Sells itself.

          I don't think I need to sell anyone on these. The interchangeable lenses are the easiest on the market. The lenses themselves, are also good. I have the Gold Chrome lens. While, you can't look straight at the sun without a little squinting, they are a good all around lens, which is what I wanted. These do well in the trees and the bright groomers. I need a lens that lets in some light, or I don't see as well. If it's a really stormy day, though, I will switch to the Blue Lagoon lens that came with the goggles.

          The lens fits my helmet and goggles. I'm 5'8, so not a very petite woman. The silicone on the straps is almost too much, but just almost. It's really nice that they stay put, because these are not cheap. On that note, they come with a durable container to store them in, so you don't have to worry about them all the time.

          They are also pretty dang fog resistant, comfortable and don't leave marks on your face. My only issue is the the curvature of the lens, makes it awkward to ride with in your jacket. No sweat though.

          Sells itself.

          One of the best

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          Hands down one of the best goggles. Lots of peripheral vision, great lens quality, straps fit comfy with or without a helmet, and good looks. Oh wait, and you can swap the lenses in like 0.52 seconds or less with a multitude of options. Plus they come with a nice padded case and extra lenses get their own padded little case. Pro.

          Best Buy

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          I LOVE these goggles! The best thing about them is how the lens attaches with magnets. Makes it super easy to switch out the lens on the mountain. It came with two different options, one for the sunny days, the other for overcast days. The inside of the band has rubber in it so it sticks to the shell of your helmet and doesn't slide off. Very very happy with these, and you'll love them too.

          Best goggles I've ever owned.

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          These are hands down, without a doubt the best purchase I've made for myself this year. There is no better lens-changing system on the market, the field of view is amazing, they don't fog up, and they look fly as hell to boot. Anon really knocked it out of the park with these. I've used the Smith IOs and Oakley Airbrakes, and these goggles are by far and away the best pair I've ever used.

          Magnets...Wicked Cool

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          I've used these a few days at the resort and on a number of tours. If you've got questions about these goggles, definitely hit me up.

          I wear these and a Smith Vantage helmet (sorry got a funny dome that only fits nicely into my Vantage).

          Swapping Lens':

          I don't think there is much more that I can add here that hasn't been said by others. The M2 Goggles are the easiest goggles to swap goggles with. I really do enjoy that I don't need to remove my goggles to swap out to a darker or lighter lens. I put these on the other day at the top of our lap here in Big Cottonwood Canyon and swapped lens while others were still transitioning and loved that there are never any issues.

          I rock the Krypto / Green Solex and really like the len's options. I feel they're perfect for low light and medium light condtions. I still need to pick up a Dark Smoke lens for these.

          Storage Case:

          I love the sturdy case these come with. Anon really did a great job there. Most other companies give you just a sleeve for storage but Anon includes a sleeve and the case. Nicely done.

          If you've got questions about these goggles feel free to send them to me, I'd be happy to help.

          Magnets...Wicked Cool

          Sick af!!!!!!

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          I love there goggles! I love the lens change and the quality of the lenses. I have the blue neptune frame with blue cobalt mirror and love the grey base tint. The only thimg i don't like is the lack of silicone (2014 module). GET THESE GOGGELS!!!!!!!!

          Sweat Fogging Be Gone!

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          I run really warm and even on the coldest days I can still fog up my goggles after a long run. The normal thing to do after such run is to move your goggles up onto your head but this will only make them fog quicker. The M2 has the salutation to that, just remove the lines real quick wail you are in the lift line or headed up on that tram.

          Thats why I love the M2 so much, all you have to do is take the lines off! I bought these goggles for this reason alone.

          No more foggy googles!

          Fit: the fit is great! I have an issue with a loot of other goggles not being wide enough or pinking my nose, the M2s do neither.

          Sweat Fogging Be Gone!

          Lens Change Made Simple

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          These goggles are great. Changing lenses is extremely easy and quick. I use them with a smith variant helmet and the fit is nice. I agree that medium/large is accurate on the face size fit. The only issue I've ever had was popping the lens off accidentally when pulling the goggles off over my helmet. The issue was user error because of the frameless design. Awesome goggles.

          Anon M2 Goggle

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          These goggles have the easiest lens change out system out there. I was riding a trail that was sunny bluebird at the top and overcast and in the shade at the bottom. I stopped on the side of the trail and swapped out lenses in about 30 seconds. I never would have been able to do that with any other lens. The lens magnet system is really cool. The reason why I gave 4 stars and not 5 is because the "low light" lens that comes with this goggle was still a little dark and I've used better low light lenses. These goggles have a very wide range of view and are very light on your face. The only goggles I've seen that have a greater range of view are the Oakley flight deck goggles. The Anon M2 has a very slightly smaller range of view (barely noticeable) and has a much easier lens change out system. The price is a little steep, but it does come with two lenses which is nice. Overall I highly recommend these goggles.

          Awesome goggle

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          I upgraded to the M2 from the M1. I have found the M2 to be far less prone to the fogging I experienced w the M1. The frameless design is awesome. The viewing area is vast. The goggle is not too big, and it's not small. It's JUST RIGHT. I've taken some pretty gnarly spills w them and they are secure as any other goggle. Lens changing is stupid fast and easy. They did a fantastic job w this goggle. Most impressed w how clear they stay on moist powder days. These were conditions I struggled w previously w the M1... The lenses offered by anon are great as well. I'm very happy w these. I use these goggles w smith vantage helmet they are a perfect match, No gap.

          Can withstand a beating

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          I love these goggles! A few weeks back I was riding and while hitting a jump I landed on my face really hard. I had a broken wrist and nose, and scraped up my face pretty good and bite my lip open. And even after all that, my goggles came out of it like nothing happened. The magnet lens didn't pop off and my lens has very scratches. I will be ridding with these for a long time. (You can check out what the crash did on my Instagram @somedeaddude90)

          Do these come with a bonus lens and goggle case? I've seen them normally come with them. Thanks!

          How big are these, I have a small face/head...

          How big are these, I have a small face/head (about Shaun white sized)

          What lens does the white/green solex come...

          What lens does the white/green solex come with?

          Hey Emily,

          To answer your question the white frame comes with the Green Solex Lens. this lens is great for sunny blue bird days.

          Check out this link if you have anymore lens Questions! :)

          What lenses come with the Sherpa/ Blue...

          What lenses come with the Sherpa/ Blue Cobalt?

          Does the semi-hard shell case come with it?

          What is the low-light lens that comes with...

          What is the low-light lens that comes with the Black/Red Solex version?

          I just got my M2's in the mail and they...

          I just got my M2's in the mail and they came with a warning about the magnets interfering with avalanche transceivers. Anyone know the distance the magnets on the goggles must be to keep the beacon working properly? Is it going to mess up a search for me if I'm buried? Or mess up my search if I'm looking for someone?

          Any idea if you guys are going to get the...

          Any idea if you guys are going to get the Blue Cobalt lens as an option? Trying to give you the business guys....