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Go from socked-in to bluebird skies in no-time flat.

There's an interchangeable lens arms race going on right now, and Anon has cemented its place at the forefront with the M1 goggle. Hidden beneath the oversized exterior, Anon's proprietary Magna-Tech lens technology makes for the fastest, easiest lens swaps we've ever seen. There are six magnets holding the lens in place, and while you can swap lenses in seconds without removing the goggles, Anon's team hasn't been able to knock them loose, no matter how harsh the cased knuckle, or how far the overshot landing. The large frame gives you the absolute maximum amount of peripheral vision, and it's only helped by the spherical lenses, which employ 3D shaping for crystal-clear optics. Fog won't be an issue with the Full Perimeter Channel venting. Between the triple-layer face foam and the pivoting hinged strap anchors, the M1 isn't going anywhere, even if you wear a helmet.

  • Interchangeable lenses (low-light Blue Lagoon lens included)
  • Magna-Tech interchangeable technology
  • Spherical UV blocking polycarbonate lens
  • Full Perimeter Channel venting
  • Large frame for medium/large faces
  • Hinged pivoting strap anchor for helmet compatibility

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3 5

Not crazy about it for...

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

So I got these and was not terribly impressed, but not because of construction. I think the build was bomb and the quality of the product top notch. The only issue I had was the lens would pop out on some big falls. I think with the M2 update, the 8 magnet system holds them in during a big fall, but backcountry skiing, if you lose the lens you need for the day, you are pretty much screwed. Now I am not saying I have ever lost a lens, but this is just an indicator of action potential. Aside from that I have a narrow face and they fit me well sealing nicely around the corners of my eyes. As far as becoming foggy and moister between the two lenses, well I have not had that experience, maybe a faulty product?

2 5

Foggy

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The yellow (low light) lens got moisture between the two lens pieces, fogged up. This after three uses, with no falls or other damaging incidents. Maybe a manufacturing defect. Returned.