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WM1 MFI Goggles
From the bluebird skies of the Colorado Rockies to the socked-in skies of the Washington Cascades, the Anon Women's WM1 MFI Goggle offers a large, unobstructed field of view with its spherical design, paired with Magna-Tech interface for lightning-quick lens swaps when stormy weather barrels down on your favorite mountain. Comprised of 14 rare earth magnets, the Magna-Tech interface allows you to quickly pull off your current lens and stick on a replacement lens for conditions-specific visibility. Additionally, it comes with Anon's Magnetic Facemask Interface (MFI), which uses four magnets along the bottom of the goggle frame for seamless attachment with the included MFI facemask. This goggle also uses a Sonar lens by renowned Zeiss Optics for precise optics and increased contrast in variable alpine conditions.
- Premium spherical goggle with Magna-Tech lens swapping
- Magna-Tech with 14 magnets for quick, secure lens swapping
- Magnetic Facemask Interface for seamless coverage from the cold
- Sonar lens by Zeiss for increased visual clarity and contrast
- Bonus lens included with Empress White and Blossom frames
- Integral Clarity Technology for clear, fog-free vision
- MFI facemask and zippered carrying case included
- Item #ANO003P
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What do you think about this product?
February 19, 2019
Got these for my wife and she really digs them. Great fit, no fog, and works well with her helmet.
January 14, 2018
Ordered these for my wife. Amazing goggles, but unfortunately had to return them. The strap on this model is shorter and does not work with her helmet, which is odd considering her helmet is an Anon Aera size Medium. If you run your goggles under a helmet or no helmet, these are for you.
February 12, 2018
You could have just worn the goggles under the helmet, which is better anyway so you don’t stretch out the band. Don’t feel your three star rating is a fair assessment or helpful in anyway as I research goggles myself.
January 28, 2019
What colours are the spare lens and the MFI mask?