Based on 24 reviews
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- Great for skiing
- Good ride avoiding reality part-time since 2006 and full-time since 2010
- Comes with a spare lens
- Easy to change lenses
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I also like to hit gates and practice GS which takes place on weeknights. The [Anon Cloudy is “A very light amber base tint with just a hint of reflective finish, stormy day and night lens-72% VLT”.
1 year ago
Finding it difficult to pick a pair of goggles (Burton Anon M series, Smith I/O Mag, Oakley Flight Deck)
I just went through this search and decision. I don't envy you, but also wear contacts so don't have it as bad either. I ended up with Anon M2's + spare low light lens on a good discount from skis.com. Both the MFI lens and mask attachment/mechanism is really nifty and all reviews suggest fogging is non-existent with the mask on - though I haven't skied in mine yet.
7 months ago
I have Anon M2 goggles and need a lens for flat light and night skiing. During a overcast late afternoon/early evening, I couldn’t see the terrain at all in the flat light and got surprised by some bumps and drops. Had to call it a day as I didn’t feel safe. I also like to hit gates and practice GS which takes place on weeknights.
1 year ago
Neat features, but fogging a real issue
I bought these end of last season, been using them during the 2016-17 season. The magnetic connectivity is great, interchangeability feature of the lenses is very neat, but they don't cover the most important feature, resistance to fogging. Both lenses (low light and tinted) fogged up on me to the p...
6 years ago
Black / Polar Smoke
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