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Magnetic coverage from forehead to neck.
You told yourself last year that you'd never snowboard in eye-freezing temperatures again, but here you are, shivering up a chairlift yet again. You'll be better prepared this season with Anon's Relapse Asian Fit Goggle, equipped with the MFI facemask. MFI (Magnetic Facemask integration) not only allows quick-and-easy lens interchangeability through seven magnetic points, it also connects the goggle to the facemask for a fully secure fit that won't leave any cold spots.
The Relapse's lenses feature a thinner cylindrical design to reduce peripheral distortion, and Anon's wall-to-wall vision expands your field of view. ICT (Integral Clarity Technology) uses an anti-fog treatment to keep your vision crystal clear, and ventilation channels completely surround the lightweight frame for fully circulated airflow. The frame also features cushy, triple-layer face foam and compatibility with glasses.
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.
- MFI (Magnetic Facemask Integration) interchangeability
- Spare Graybird lens included
- Cylindrical lens with wall-to-wall vision
- ICT (Integral Clarity Technology) anti-fog treatment
- Full perimeter channel venting
- Lightweight, low-profile frame with triple-layer face foam
- OTG (Over the Glasses) compatibility
- MFI facemask and goggle bag included
- Please see size chart for lens tint information
- Item #ANO002O
- Q & A
I been snowboarding for 17 years, I been threw dozen of goggles over the years. I always have issues with the goggles from fogging up,sliding off my face , not durable from crashes. Now that I'm getting older , need to start wearing helmet. So every time I wear my helmet , goggle slide down n block my eyes.....from doing jump . That a big issue. So lucky I decided to invest on the anon relapse Mfi goggle. It made a big difference, no fogging or sliding off my face from wearing my helmet.
I hope that helps for anybody has this issue I have
Perfect fit for an Asian face
I bought these goggles as a gift for my Korean wife, and they have made a huge difference in her level of comfort when skiing.
First and more important is the fit of these goggles vs. non-asian-fit goggles, and the goggles deliver. Whereas other goggles tend to be more curved and lack sufficient padding around the nose of the goggle, these are a little more flattened out and have more padding on the nose to ensure there are no gaps for cold air to rush into. The fit on these goggles is much better for Asian faces.
The goggles are mid-range in price, honestly, but that doesn't affect the quality of their construction. The materials are solid, and the extra set of lenses swap in and out easily, and are definitely welcome depending on what the weather looks like on a given day.
We paired these up with a Smith helmet, and they fit great. I'm not sure if Anon offers helmets, but if you give the people at Backcountry a call they'll definitely make sure you get a good combo of goggles and helmet.
Overall great value, especially if you are Asian and in need of a goggle that fits better than the rest of Backcountry's selection. There doesn't seem to be a price difference in the goggles, and at $100, these are a deal for how long you'll get use out of them.
I like how they are nicely fitted and flexible