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Magnetic tech and precision optics align.
Say goodbye to your old, ill-performing goggles when you pick up the seamless lens swapping, magnetic face mask integration, and sharp visual acuity of the Anon M3 MFI Goggles. Boasting Magna-Tech with 18 rare earth magnets along its frame-to-lens interface, the M3 MFI Goggles offer incredibly fast and secure lens swapping when stormy weather quickly moves in. It's sporting Anon's Magnetic Facemask Interface (MFI) along the bottom of the goggle, which offers seamless attachment to the included MFI facemask on those cold, stormy days.
New for this season, the M3 MFI Goggles feature a Sonar cylindrical lens by Zeiss Optics for increased contrast and clarity when you're riding through a variety of alpine environments, ranging from harsh sunlight to clouds and full-on whiteout conditions. A couple of colorways include a bonus lens for on-the-fly lens swapping (please check tech specs for bonus lens details). Plus, there's Anon's Integral Clarity Technology for fog-free vision, as well as full perimeter ventilation for even greater clarity when you're riding on soaking-wet days.
- Effortless lens swapping and optical clarity on the mountain
- Magna-Tech with 18-magnet connection for rapid lens swapping
- Magnetic Facemask Integration along bottom of the goggle
- Sonar cylindrical lens by Zeiss for increased contrast
- Wall-to-Wall vision creates an unobstructed field of view
- Full perimeter vents + Integral Clarity Tech for fog-free vision
- Includes extra lens (specific colors only), MFI facemask, soft case
- Item #ANO003L
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What do you think about this product?
March 11, 2020
INSTANT FOG between both new lenses!!!
I used these goggle for 2 days and they managed to ruin both a deep powder day, and the bluebird bay that followed, after that I was done with these fog machines!!! Both lenses (brand new) that came with with goggles fogged instantly and significantly between the lenses! Despite following instructions, letting lenses acclimate, not putting the goggles on my forehead or overheated body, these lenses would fog as soon as I put them on my face. This happened without using the facemark, the few times I pulled up the facemark (only when extremely cold) the fog in the lenses become so thick that I had to remove the goggles and ski without them for some time. Even when I was able to go inside and actually clear the fog (required waiting 20-30 minutes inside) these thing would fog up the moment I went outside! This is my 2nd pair of Anon goggles (previously had M2), and I never had a problem with any of the lenses for that pair. I don't know if they switched manufactures or what the issue is, but this defect was present in both the M3 lenses that came with these new goggles. Don't waste your money, don't let these goggles ruin your day/trip, just avoid these fog machines!
March 6, 2019
Best goggles ever
Absolutely love these things. The foam and frame is soft and conforms to my face perfectly - I think they'd work for a load of different face shapes. The sonar green lenses are surprisingly good in variety of conditions, from cloudy, to full sun. I'm not quite sure how they're able to amplify the light when it's overcast, and block it out when it's sunny, but they do. They also came with a pair of lenses for when it's really cloudy, and they've been great for boarding at night. Switching the lenses out is so easy, love how the new ones magnetically snap back into place. The MFI facemask is awesome too. So easy to put on and take off thanks to those magnets. If you're thinking of new goggles, I cannot recommend these enough.
January 5, 2019
Goggles made it about 16 days of riding in various conditions. last couple days of use the lens tint degraded so heavily that they are unusable. Wouldn't be very upset if the replacement lenses weren't as pricey. Also, Burton rep says this is most likely "normal wear and tear". So make sure you grab a microfiber in between hammering turns to clear your lens or they just might fall apart. MFI system was cool though, makes changing your lens out a breeze after the tint flakes off..
February 22, 2019
I've had 3 pairs of M3's and many lenses and haven't run into this issue. Make sure you aren't wiping your lenses off with your gloves and are using a lens-certified microfiber cloth. It's also never a good idea to wipe off the inside of the lens when wet. Regardless, give a shout to Burton Rider Services (800) 881-3138 and they may be able to help you out! Happy riding
March 29, 2018
Love the Magnetic Lenses!
The M3 is a great fitting medium size goggle. They fit my face better than most other brands. The lenses are really easy to change with the magnetic interface. You just twist the frame a bit to remove the lens. To put it back on you can almost drop it onto the frame and it will magnet into place. This MFI (magnetic facemask integration) version comes with a facemask that magnets into the bottom of the frame to keep your face completely covered on a snowy or windy day. I haven't had any fogging issues which can be a huge problem with some goggles. The Sonar lenses (similar to Oakley Prizm or Smith Chromapop) increase depth perception and enhance contrast in the snow. Love these goggles!
March 6, 2018
This is my second pair of Anons with the magnet system and I'm even more impressed with this pair. I had fallen hard a hand full of times with my old set and lost the lenses which resulted in some pretty bad scratches. These seem to fit much more tightly so hopefully I can keep them in place.
December 22, 2017
Best Googles I've Owned
I got these to replace my old Oakley A-frames and I couldn't be happier. The magnets are such a nice feature to have. They make lens replacements a breeze and the face mask integration is my favorite part. The lens are also really high quality and it is easy to carry spares or a clear lens to swap them out on the fly.
December 15, 2017
Great Goggles, Incredibly User Friendly
Couldn't be easier to use; a light push from the inside and the lens pops out to be swapped. Still seems like they would stay in even on a hard crash, however. The two lenses on the rip city model both work great. Having that extra lens on a low light day makes a great difference.
December 11, 2017
The magnets make the difference