Goggles! Anon sure know how to make a good pair, and with some of the cheapest replacement lenses on the market they've been one of the favourite brands for a while now.
We caught up with them at the recent ISPO trade show to bring you a preview of what's to come from Burton's optical division next winter.
[part title="Anon M2 Goggles 2015"]
The M2 was one of the first goggles to feature magnetic quick-change lenses, or Magna-Tech. Next year it will sport a variety of new colour ways, so if looking stylish without fumbling around changing up your goggles is important to you, these will be the pair for you.
[part title="Anon M1/WM1 Goggles 2015"]
The M1 is pretty similar to the M2, just with quick clips instead of magnets to swap out your lenses, and the WM1 is (you guessed it) the slightly smaller women's version. Simple colours and a variety of lenses make this a great all round goggle.
[part title="Anon Low Life Goggles 2015"]
Big, flat lenses are looking to be a hit next year and Anon have you covered. Enough room to see all around plus only having a single-dimension curve helps keep the cost down. They look pretty good too...
[part title="Anon Face Masks 2015"]
Anon also do some pretty sweet face-warmers, high tech and low key. For the Shaun White experience, look out below:
[part title="Anon High Cascade Backpack and Hood 2015"]
This was one of our favourite products on show this year, a hood that meets up with your backpack to stop pesky spring rain from soaking between your pack and back. Perfect for those summers spent up on Mt Hood with High Cascade.
[part title="Anon Helix Goggles 2015"]
The Anon Helix may be cheap, but it sure ain't nasty. Everyone should have a pair of these stashed away in case your main googs malfunction, plus they look pretty sick themselves.
[part title="Anon Helmets 2015"]
Anon also do a pretty swish line of helmets in a variety of shapes and colours, check out the dope range we snapped below: