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There's a new sheriff in quick lens change town.

Anon takes its already revolutionary magnet-based lens-swapping technology to the next level with the M2 Goggle. Now frameless for maximum field of vision and a cutting-edge look, this design makes changing lenses insanely easy and fast.

Magna-Tech quick lens change technology got an upgrade on the M2. Anon removed the outer frame and buttons so all you have to do to take off the lens is literally grip it and rip it. The magnets are strong enough to survive a tomahawk through powder without coming off so you don't have to worry about losing your lens when you take a tumble. The large spherical lens tapers from the optical center toward the periphery for a wide field of vision with minimal distortion. Full perimeter channel venting allows maximum airflow to keep your lens fog-free, and triple-layer face foam provides a comfy fit that seals out the elements.

  • Magna-Tech magnetic quick lens change technology
  • Spherical lens
  • TPU frame
  • Full perimeter channel venting
  • Triple layer face foam
  • Fits medium to large faces
  • Low light lens included
  • Microfiber bag included

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5 5

Dope.

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I've only worn these goggles twice so far, both rainy days in about 35 degree temps. But so far, they are awesome. The rain was coming down the first day and it was so nice to be able to just pop my lenses off for the lift ride to keep them clear and dry, then just pop 'em back in after I strapped into my bindings.

I noticed a little bit of fogging in the bottom right and left corners when I would be looking over my shoulder, but it never extended up to eye level. Kinda bummed that for the price I experienced any at all, but it went away quick. Some reviews say they make you a goggle face if you have a small face, but I have a pretty small face and they actually look pretty normal when I'm wearing my helmet.

Overall, these are a sick looking goggle and the quick change is crazy convenient!

Nifty Trick

Nifty Trick

To visualize what each Anon Lens will look like, go visit this nifty tool they built on their website.

http://www.anonoptics.com/lens-tints

4 5

pretty awesome goggles

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

these goggles are great. probably the best looking goggles in my opinion. the lens interchangeability is 10/10. i can't speak to the anti-fog because i never used them in harsh conditions or worked hard in them. the reason i returned these goggles though is because of their compatibility with helmets. I tried them with a protec riot, a giro, and the anon rodan helmet that this goggle was designed for and with each helmet there was a SLIGHT gap between the helmet and the goggle. I'm talking maybe 2 mm. you can only see it if you really look for it, but its there. I chose to stick with the Smith i/o7 because there is no gap with the Rodan or the giro helmet and wont let any wind through (literally fits flush, better then with anon goggles). The lens change on the smith is a little more difficult but the fit is nicer and I have heard that the anti-fog is unbeatable. Overall, 4 stars based on my limited experience with them

5 5

Steezy and easy

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This goggle is my dream come true. I'm pretty lazy when it comes to changing lens' but these are so easy to change, I can change them anytime during the day. They are super comfortable and I love how they look. If you have a smaller face, they might look huge on you. The lens options are endless, I personally like the Blue Lagoon for low light conditions and Red Solex for bright, bluebird days.

I'm wearing the Blue Lagoon lens in the picture (I'm the one on the right).

Steezy and easy
4 5

Great goggle

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Fit---Even though these have a large lens, they are a medium fit goggle. The fit a smaller face than the Smith I/O X (which I also have).
Compatibility---They fit with Smith Vantage and Lazer helmets in addition to the Anon Helmets
Lenses---Mine came with the Blue Lagooon, which is better than any low light lense I have tried to date (most of my experience is with the Smith options). The Blue Cobalt lense is ridiculously dark and a true bluebird lense.
Anti-fog---I haven,t found a goggle that I cannot fog yet. These did fine on cold dry days, but I was able to get them to fog around the top edges on more humid, snowy days. On a side note I am a sweater.
Foam---The foam is not nearly as thick as the Smith options
Strap---the strap is a little short when using my medium sized helmet, forcing the face foam down almost uncomfortably. Having to run the goggle strap all the way out places the adjusters under the goggle strap retainer on my helmet, and keeps them from being properly secured. Additionally, it has no silicone beading, which makes the goggles difficult to keep in place when pulled from the face and placed on the helmet.
Lense changeability---it is the easiest I have found. Rather than pulling the lense off, if you squeeze the frame from top to bottom, the lense will pop right off easily. To get them back in place, all you have to do is be within a few inches and they pop right back on. One caveat is that you have to be careful when lifting your goggles off of your face and placing them on your helmet...you can easily pop the lens out and if you are not expecting it, you may drop the lens.
Case---Nice vented case and goggle back to protect them while in transit.

5 stars for design, but 4 stars for execution because of the strap.

5 5

Sherpa

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Field of view is awesome with these goggles. I got the Blue Cobalt lens and they are dark. Perfect for bluebirds but keep your low light handy when the sun dips behind the summit. No fog issues and with a great seal to my face there are no leaks at high speeds.

5 5

Great great great

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I got them before the weekend and used them and they are great. Say one was a blue bird morning then in the afternoon it went all Gary bird on us, I was caring the other lens and 3 seconds flat I swapped lens no problem, it wasn't a cold day -4 no wind. The second day wow-11 and with the winds the feel was -16 and lots of snow falling here in Quebec, so I used the gray bird lens all day they never fogged up at all and I didn't feel any wind come in. And I trust 100% the magnets on them and the quality of the lens are great. I recommend them hands down.
I have the m2 sherpa comes with a the yellow lens for gray bird days.

5 5

Completely satisfied

I finally decided to ditch my ratty assortment of old scratched up goggles this season and upgrade, and I couldn't be happier with the M2. The frameless field of vision is huge, I am digging the spherical style lens. Although the goggles are a lot bigger than the old-school stuff I was used to, they fit perfectly (but snugly) with my brimmed Bern helmet. As for people worried about the quick-change lenses coming off in a crash, I can say from recent experience that a multi-tomahawk powder crash the other day didn't budge them at all :)

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Well that's good to hear that they stayed on, now I just need to find a place that sells them here in Canada Quebec

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BLiX, is there a Burton store near you? They sell them there. You can usually find them a few places online for about $20 off the sticker too.

Anon M2 & Anon Asian Fit M2 w/o lenses

Anon M2 & Anon Asian Fit M2 w/o lenses

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Hi
I have been looking to get the M2 ,but im worried that they would come off very easly ,do you find that they are very strong to stay on? lets say from a light fall .

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Hey BLiX

I have yet to take a fall with these but am sure if you fell hard enough they would come off, however at that point you will have more to worry about then lenses. You have to hit them pretty specifically to pop them off, but I have dropped them in that spot and they popped off. Hope that helps!

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Hey BLiX

Yes last week when I was skiing in Vail when it was snowing heavily and freezing temps the fogged up then froze. It was horrible. Had to go in and defrost them, but after I had to finish a run without lenses. Pretty disappointing.

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dame just got mine in today and will be riding all weekend,if they fog up i will return them for sure.did your friends anons fog up also?
I got the anon m2 sherpa

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Blix,
I have the m2 sherpa and have been out with them 6 times in every East Coast weather you could think of. Rain, snow, sleet, 10 degrees, and 45 degrees. Have yet to have a fog problem. As for them falling off, not a chance.

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Hey BLiX,

Yes my friends also was fogging. We both only have that issue with our low-light lens. Its really unfortunate, seems like they just made a bad batch of low light lenses. Hope that helps!

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Same issue with me. Only the Low light lens has fogging issues, even in normal temperatures. Anon even sent me a replacement and it is still having issues. Bummer, because these are really cool gogs, but fogging is unacceptable for this price range

5 5

Awesome Goggles

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Only used them for a couple weeks and couldn't be more impressed so far. If you've read the description you should already know that they have great quality spherical lenses, the quickest and easiest to change lens tech ever, and they are goggles so you get all the other benefits you get with goggles.
My main concerns checking these out were:
The lens would be too easy to come out if you fell, they aren't.
For the price you can get a polarized lens, you shouldn't.
The fit wouldn't be as wide as other frameless option, they are.
Basically I couldn't as for more in a goggle, they vent very well so I didn't fog up even in conditions I expected they would and they fit great. It's not the sort of thing that they will only fit those of us with super wide faces, it's really a true mid to wide face fit that's really versatile. Plus, if you ever have some down time it's fun to try to throw them into the frame which is a fun game, just don't do it on the chairlift.

Awesome Goggles
Unanswered Question

Does the M2 fit the Smith Maze helmet?

Does the M2 fit the Smith Maze helmet?

How big are these, I have a small face/head...

How big are these, I have a small face/head (about Shaun white sized)

Responded on

They are fairly large. if you have a smaller face and want the same style/tech you get with these I'd go with the M1.

5 5

Awesome goggles

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Tried my new M2's out this weekend at DMR on a bright sunny day!! They never left my face. Great lens, comfort and visibility. The magnets where an air tight seal and super sick if you need to swap lenses. Would highly recommend.

What lens does the white/green solex come...

What lens does the white/green solex come with?

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Hey Emily,
To answer your question the white frame comes with the Green Solex Lens. this lens is great for sunny blue bird days.

Check out this link if you have anymore lens Questions! :)
http://www.anonoptics.com/lens-tints/7

5 5

Great goggles

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These are great googles. The magnets are stupid strong. I was hesitant to purchase after reading reviews about the magnets not being strong enough. Now I laugh cause I sometimes have a hard time separating the two to change lenses. Buy them. I'm glad I finally did after two years.

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The old ones (this is a new model), the magnets were smaller and there were less of them. These new ones are a bit different and you're right they're very strong.

What lenses come with the Sherpa/ Blue...

What lenses come with the Sherpa/ Blue Cobalt?
Does the semi-hard shell case come with it?

Best Answer Responded on

The Sherpa frame comes with the Cobalt lens which is great for sunny days!

Check out this link its pretty sweet when it comes to lens info!

http://www.anonoptics.com/lens-tints

CHEERS!

What is the low-light lens that comes with...

What is the low-light lens that comes with the Black/Red Solex version?

Best Answer Responded on

Hey There, the low-light lens that comes with the Black/Red Solex is the Red Ice Lens.

Hey There, the low-light lens that comes with the Black/Red Solex is the Red Ice Lens.
5 5

MAGNETS!!!!!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Updgraded from the M1's??difference?.a little bigger and frameless. Was a little worried about the fit with the 2013 helmets I have (Mutiny and Hi-Fi) but the fit works perfectly and the peripheral is amazing.

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Hello Bobby,
People were complaining about the seal on the M1 and that too much air got in. How do the M2s compare? And if the seal is better, are they good as far as not fogging up easily? thanks!!

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The magnets on the M2's seem way stronger and the seal is super tight. The only time I had fog issues with the M1's was in super soggy wet snow conditions (I ride Tahoe) but then so does everyone else. I got water between the lenses but it was the airflow that cleared the lens so I don't think my M1's had an airflow issue. They'd fog up on the chair and clear as soon as I headed down my run. Only happened a few times otherwise dry conditions no issues.

I just got my M2's in the mail and they...

I just got my M2's in the mail and they came with a warning about the magnets interfering with avalanche transceivers. Anyone know the distance the magnets on the goggles must be to keep the beacon working properly? Is it going to mess up a search for me if I'm buried? Or mess up my search if I'm looking for someone?

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It might be an issue only if they were on top of each other. Like goggles in a chest pocket on top of the beacon on your chest. Usually a few feet is enough to mitigate most of that risk. So goggles on your face and beacon in your pocket would be good to go.