Anon Anon M2 Compass Collection Goggles

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The athletic games in Russia will be one for the books. The best athletes in the world are heading to Mother Russia to shred some serious gnar with hopes that they win a few golds and make the people at home proud. Anon Optics is paying homage to these stellar athletes and their countries with the Anon M2 Compass Collection Goggles. Want to know why these goggles are so awesome? Magnets. The Anon M2 Compass Collection Goggles are at the leading edge of goggle innovation with their Magna-Tech Quick Lens Change Technology; 16 rare earth magnets are used to secure the lens in place, while still allowing it to be easily replaced when conditions change. If magnetic goggles aren't enough to tickle your fancy, the M2 also features a spherical, dual layer lens for maximum visibility and fog resistance, as well as triple layer face foam for a secure and comfortable fit. Keep your eyeballs happy, see clear, and represent your favorite country in the brand new M2 Compass Collection Goggles from Anon

Product Details

Frame

Lightweight Thermoplastic Polyurethane FrameThoroughly tested on hill and in the lab, anon's TPU has the highest resistance to abrasion, maintains consistent flexibility in changing temperatures and has superior elasticity to fit every face shape.

Wall-to-Wall VisionHigh-performance riding demands the best possible field of vision. Wall-to-Wall incorporates optimal optics, low-profile frames and 40% thinner face foam, producing an ultra-close fit that eliminates the peripheral vision impairments of typical goggle construction. The result is a truly unobstructed viewing experience.

Lens

Magna-Tech Quick Change Lens TechnologyMagna-Tech integrates 16 rare earth magnets into the carrier liner for 8 total points of connection, each with a pull force of 2.75 lbs (total retention - 22 lbs.). The pinnacle in retention with self-aligning engagement for your lens.

ICT (Integral Clarity Technology)ICT delivers crystal clear vision, no matter what the elements throw at you. Starting with a porous cellulose inner lens surface for superior water shedding above and beyond standard acetate lenses, Anon applies or chemically etches ICT anti-fog treatment for long lasting clarity. ICT works in tandem with Full Perimeter Channel Venting to evacuate warm, moist air from the lens area.

Spherical Lens ConstructionAnon's Spherical and Cylindrical lens constructions are both injected, not stamped, to eliminate optical distortion. The Spherical lens construction combines de-centered technology with a lens curvature that mimics the curvature of the human eye for superior optics. Cylindrical lens construction utilizes de-centered injection technology, which tapers to a thinner profile on the edges for reduced peripheral distortion.

Dual Lens ConstructionAnon’s Dual Lens Construction ensures proper climate control between the lenses and your face to keep vision clear in all conditions. For doubly clear performance, all lenses are treated with anon’s premium anti-fog coating.

Spare Graybird Lens IncludedFor those not-so-sunny days

Ventilation

Full Perimeter Channel VentingAnon's Full Perimeter Channel Venting ensures maximum airflow, bringing fresh air into the goggle while pulling moisture away from the lens. Full Perimeter Channel Venting works in tandem with ICT to provide clear, fog-free vision in all conditions.

Strap

Helmet compatible

Face Foam

Triple Layer Face FoamTriple Layer face foams utilize a moisture wicking fleece that provides a perfect goggle-to-face fit, sealing out the elements while providing hours of riding comfort.

Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers

This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, or birth defects, or other reproductive harm.

Specs

  • Frame Size: Large
  • Lens Type: Spherical
  • Quick Changing Lens System: Yes
  • Helmet Compatible: Yes
  • Ski Awards: Freeskier Editor's Pick
  • Warranty: 1 Year More 
Color Canada/Red Solex + Greybird Finland/Blue Cobalt + Greybird Italy/Red Solex + Greybird Russia/Red Solex + Greybird USA/Blue Cobalt + Greybird
Conditions Sunny/Bright Light, Partly Cloudy/Medium Light, Cloudy/Low Light Sunny/Bright Light, Cloudy/Low Light Sunny/Bright Light, Partly Cloudy/Medium Light, Cloudy/Low Light Sunny/Bright Light, Partly Cloudy/Medium Light, Cloudy/Low Light Sunny/Bright Light, Cloudy/Low Light
Lens Tech Not Polarized Not Polarized Not Polarized Not Polarized Not Polarized

Other Notes

Anon products can only be shipped within the United States

Reviews

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Anon M2 Compass Collection Goggles
 
4.5

(based on 4 reviews)

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75%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (4)
  • Lightweight (4)
  • Stylish (4)

Cons

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Best Uses

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5.0

My Boys LOVE their Goggels!

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from Broomfield, CO

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Lightweight
  • Patriotic And Fun
  • Stylish
  • Tough

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Snowy Days And Sunny Days

    Comments about Anon M2 Compass Collection Goggles:

    Love how Great we have been treated by EVO and my boys love their new goggles. My husband has been skiing for 40 years now and says these are the best interchangeable lens goggles he has ever used. My son is 14 and thrilled with them as well, but is all about the "cool" factor, which these goggles provide. A bonus is that they get to show USA pride and support for our Northern Neighbors every time they ski.

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    5.0

    Awesome!

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    from Greenville, SC

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    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Lightweight
    • Stylish

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Icy Conditions
      • Powder
      • Slushy Conditions
      • White Out Conditions

      Comments about Anon M2 Compass Collection Goggles:

      The pictures don't do these goggles any justice, they look far and beyond better than any pictures I saw online. I got the USA version and it came with a chrome blue colored lens for bright days and more clear blue lens for cloudy and darker conditions. The frames are very large and the window of what you see through these is very large. With some of my older goggles I almost felt smothered because the lens were so small. Changing these out is super easy and you don't even have to take your gloves off.. They also come with a really nice hard case to keep them in when you're not using them.. Super impressed with these goggles so far and would recommend to anyone. 10/10

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      3.0

      Nice goggles,but not quite worth $200+

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      from East Coast

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      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Lightweight
      • Nice Case
      • Stylish

      Cons

      • Expensive
      • Flimsy

      Best Uses

        Comments about Anon M2 Compass Collection Goggles:

        Really nice looking goggles, magnet system makes it impossible for the interchangeable lenses to be incorrectly seated. Comes with a nice protective case and microfiber bag for the additional lens. The cons i see are that the goggle frame itself is kind of flimsy and when you stretch them over your helmet to put them on, the lens will sometimes detach because the goggle frame won't hold its shape when pulling it over the front of your helmet. As a result the magnets will detach and lens could possibly fall to the ground. Not a big deal, but for the money I paid, I would expect something a bit more robust. I feel like the premium price goes toward the 'idea' and not the quality of the goggles. Also they don't seal completely over my nose because once the lens is attached and magnets are engaged, the frame doesn't flex at all. Overall I like the goggles and the convenience of being able to change out lowlight/bright light lenses within seconds. i got the TeamUSA collectors edition with the Stars and Stripes which looks pretty awesome. However, I don't think $200+ is a fair price for these goggles. I think they should charge at most $160.

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        5.0

        Amazing

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        from Mukilteo, WA

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        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Lightweight
        • Stylish
        • Tough

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Icy Conditions
          • Powder
          • Slushy Conditions
          • White Out Conditions

          Comments about Anon M2 Compass Collection Goggles:

          I was a little put off by the price but i'm glad I got them. First off they offer one of the best fields of view and don't sit off your face super far like the oakleys. Secondly NO you won't lose or pop the lens off the fram easily from the magnets. If you eat it hard enough for that to happen where your lens went will most likely be the least of your worries. The lens stays secure just like any other pair of goggles throughout your day. If you want an amazing pair of goggles that look great look no further.

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