- LENS: Cylindrical
- SYSTEM: Magnetic
- FRAME SHOWN: Noom
- PRICE: £195
- New for 2020/21
Why we chose the Anon WM3 Snowboard Goggles: Magnets never looked so cool.
We’ve said many a time that goggles have progressed to something beyond what used to constitute a google. Take the Anon WM3 Goggle, for example. It’s equipped with Anon’s MFI (Magnetic Facemask Integration) and works by bringing together the goggles and the included face mask with, you guessed it, magnets. This gapless setup, which doesn’t obstruct that all-important ventilation, is ideal because it really seals out the elements for baltic days up the hill.
“Even if you’re on a windy chair with a storm rolling in, you’ll be able to switch your lenses out in seconds”
While Anon firmly believe in equality of the sexes, they’ll be the first to admit that generally women have smaller noggins, and as such this women’s specific design is built to sit better on a slightly smaller face.
If one set of magnets wasn’t enough, the WM3 uses Magna-Tech quick lens change technology (there are eight points of connection so it’ll stay secure to your face), so swapping out your lenses is a doddle. Even if you’re on a windy chair with a storm rolling in, you’ll be able to switch your lenses out in seconds. The Perceive lens serves up high contrast vision and terrain defining clarity, and you get a bonus lens thrown in for good measure. Life’s alright, sometimes.