- Price: £200-235 / €240-290
- Frame/Lens: Green / Sonar Green
The Anon M2 snowboard goggles remain the jewel in the brand’s line. They certainly don’t come cheap, but it’s not hard to see the value – especially if you’re after a large, frameless goggle with a peerless lens-changing system.
“A group of magnets hold the lens firmly against the frame when you’re riding, regardless of how much force is encountered”
Anon’s ‘Magna-Tech’ is the star here; a group of magnets that hold the lens firmly against the frame when you’re riding, regardless of how much force is encountered. You don’t need to be Thor to change the lens, though, as a small squeeze of the urethane frame makes it release with ease. Then when your new tint is ready, there are few things more satisfying than feeling it click into place.
You’ll never have to change the lens of your Anon M2 because of fogging, though. Air flows through the goggle as you ride, entering in the front and exiting at all other places. The anti-fog treatment of the lens plays its part too, as does the Outlast fleece lining of the triple-layer foam. Sweat (one of the main causes of fogging) is unlikely to be a factor – and even if it is, the rest of the goggle is ready for it.