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    Low-key looks, next-level tech.

    The third edition in the Magna-Tech line, the Anon M3 Goggle with Bonus Lens features a cylindrical lens for riders who prefer a classic look and a low-profile fit, along with game-changing magnetic technology. Changing lenses and protecting your face has never been easier thanks to Magna-Tech and MFI, and it's got plenty of tech to keep your vision clear and face comfy.

    Magna-Tech quick lens change technology features 14 rare earth magnets at seven points of connection around the frame 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. MFI technology features a moisture-wicking facemask that magnetically attaches to your goggles for seamless protection from wind, snow, and cold. This means no more bunching under your goggles or exposed skin, and the facemask has vent holes to prevent your breath from fogging things up.

    The cylindrical lens sits closer to your face so you ultimately get a wider field of vision with less interference from the frame. An included spare Graybird lens offers better visibility in overcast conditions, and ICT anti-fog tech and full perimeter channel venting keep your lenses clear in the wettest conditions. The M3 is also helmet- and eyeglass-compatible so everyone can enjoy it.

    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
    • MFI facemask
    • Cylindrical lens
    • TPU frame
    • Full perimeter channel venting
    • Triple layer face foam
    • Fits medium to large faces
    • Spare Graybird lens included
    • Microfiber bag included
    • Item #ANO002C

    Tech Specs

    Lens
    cylindrical
    Interchangeable Lens
    yes
    Technical Features
    Magnetic Facemask Integration (MFI), Magna-Tech, Outlast Fog Management Face Fleece, ICT anti-fog treatment
    Frame
    thermoplastic polyurethane
    Eyeglass Compatible
    yes
    Strap
    adjustable with no-slip silicone grip
    Case Included
    yes, microfiber bag
    Recommended Use
    snowboarding, skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    • Q & A

    What do you think about this product?

    Have questions about this product?

    MFI + Magnetic lenses for the win!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Integration: I wear these goggles with my Smith Maze helmet and there is no gaper gap.



    Lens Tech: I am in love with the magnetic lens system! On variable days I carry my extra lens in my chest pocket and can change the lenses in under 10 seconds on the lift. It's also super nice to share lenses with friends who have the same goggles to test them out. Next year Anon will be carrying tech lenses that I'm super stoked to try out!



    Face Mask: The magnetic face mask is a feature that really sells me on these goggles. On powder days you don't have to worry about wearing a snorkel, just magnetic up your mask and breathe easy! Snow's not going to sneak into the mask with the seamless integration.



    Fogging: Next to none! The only time I've had fogging happen is when I'm looking down and breathing into my face mask. For example: getting stuck in powder and having to dig myself out. It defogs pretty quickly, especially if you pop the lens out and let if breathe for a moment.



    I have the blackout and blue/yellow low light lenses and they're a great pair. I think next year I will invest in a pair of lenses for partly cloudy days. The blackouts are pretty dark and I want something that will be better for touring.

    MFI + Magnetic lenses for the win!

    Best Goggles

      There is nothing negative I can say about these, They fit perfectly and allow for a fantastic field of view in all conditions. The fleece lined foam feels amazing against your face even after wearing them for a full day of skiing. The overall look and feel of the goggles is amazing and if you like the whole oversized goggle look then these are definitely for you. I am yet to experience any fogging even after my best attempt to try and make them fog up.

      Bottom line - BUY THESE GOGGLES!!!

      Best Goggles

      MFI for the win.

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      The convenience of the MFI technology on these goggles is hard to beat. It's nice to be able to switch lens or just de-fog the current lens in only a couple seconds anywhere on the hill. I have had some issues with them fogging within the middle of the lens if I leave them on my head/beanie for too long but it clears up fairly quickly. Store the lens separate from the frame and it greatly helps the issue!
      MFI with the face mask is so convenient and perfect for my undecided self. I can move the mask over my mouth while riding and not have to worry about getting the correct seal with my goggles because the magnets take care of it for me.
      I've already had a couple big falls, face to the hardpack and powder, nearly missing trees, and have had no problem with the lens popping out.
      They're comfortable, they look great, the field of view is wide. Its worth dropping the money for these goggles. Go for it.

      M3 Steeze

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      The Anon M3's are quickly becoming my favorite goggles. The Magnet system (Magna-Tech) is sick, and literally takes seconds to take the lens out to dump of all the powder or to switch lenses. The facemask makes the perfect seal with the goggles and prevents fogging from happening compared to riding with a balaclava. You never have to worry about the lenses coming out if you end up tomahawking or taking a big spill, as it's held on by 28 lbs of pressure. All you have to do to switch lenses is twist the frame and they pop right out.

      One other awesome feature is the low-profile strap adjust. Typically I ride with my goggle straps around my helmet, but the low-profile strap adjustment is still comfortable under your helmet. It's like it's not even there.

      Anti-fog works great. You really have to make sure you dry your goggles out at the end of the day or you will probably have issues the next day up. Comes with a hard case to protect it and your spare lens.

      Pick these up, you will love them.

      Contact me directly at 801-204-4578 or gboogert@backcountry.com if you have any additional questions, need help with figuring out the right size, or want to get an awesome set up going!

      M3 Steeze

      Magnets are the future

      After countless tested and approve awards from Transworld snowboarding the Anon M3 goggles are and will continue to be one of the best goggles on the market. The Magna-Tech quick lens change technology makes it super easy to change lens while riding the lift or if you need to change it mid run. These goggles also have channel venting and an anti fog on the lens which will keep them from fogging up on you during those endless powder days. They also come with a magnetic facemask that has vents for those cold days so you don't fog your goggles up as well.



      If you have ANY questions about the Anon M3's or any other goggles please feel free to reach out to me!



      James Farnan

      Expert Gearhead

      801-204-4549

      Jfarnan@backcountry.com

      Magnets are the future

      Very cool goggles

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      No complaints at all about the Anon m3. Style is better than anything out there, lens change is lightning quick, and the facemask integration is a sweet option. The magnents are plenty strong so if your doubts were about the lenses staying in, go ahead and throw them out the window. Although they are pricey, they have the quality to match and you will not be another one of the masses out there wearing Smiths. Buy these! Especially if you find that you like to change lenses frequently.

      Best Goggle

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I've tried a pretty good variety of goggles while snowboarding. These are by far the best I've owned. I love the quick change lens system. The MFI facemask is just awesome. No fogging -- I had to try and could only get them to fog on a cold pow day after a strenuous hike.

      I took a hard slam while wearing these, full on yard-sale, tomahawking, landing off a big booter and they were fine.

      Favorite Goggles

        I am very pleased with these goggles. The magnetic interchange for the lenses is second to none. I can change the lenses with the goggles still on my face, and I have not yet had issues with the lens falling off, even though I have taken a few spills. Last year I had the Smith I/07 and mus say that these are much better simply for the fact that if you did want to change the lens on the I/07 you would need to take the goggles off as well as your gloves. Highly recommend these goggles

        Favorite Goggles

        Are these compatible with helmets? If so. Which work well with these?

        Best Answer

        Hey Philip,



        The Anon M3 Goggles are helmet compatible and it is best to stick with the same brand helmet for ideal integration (and no gaper gap!). Some good choices would be the Anon Rodan, Nelson or Thompson Helmets. You could also choose something like the Smith Vantage and be totally fine.



        Feel free to shoot me any more questions on ski helmets and goggles or contact me directly if you interested in ordering a ski goggle/helmet combo.



        Kyle

        Expert Gearhead

        klivingston@backcountry.com

        801-736-4337

        i have a smith maze helmet? will they work well with it?

        i currently have smith i/o goggles. and have had a lot of trouble with fogging up in really cold weather. probably because of wearing them over a balaclava. hoping that the goggles with mfi facepiece will solve this!!!!!