Equipped with Magna-Tech, the Anon M2 MFI Goggles effortlessly changes lenses with the help of 16 rare earth magnets along the lens-to-frame interface. This technology is incredibly quick and easy to use, with the lens popping off by squeezing gently, then pulling outwards to remove it. You can then toss a fresh lens on when rapid changes in lighting threaten your vision. This particular M2 MFI comes with an additional Sonar lens for convenient swapping, especially in low-lighting and storm conditions (bonus lens with specific colors only, check tech specs for details). Also, it includes Anon's Magnetic Facemask Interface, which attaches to the included MFI facemask along the bottom of the goggle for seamless face protection on cold, stormy days (all colors include MFI facemask). The Sonar spherical lens is entirely new for this season, made by industry renowned ZEISS Optics for a large, unobstructed field of view and greater contrast of your favorite alpine playground. It benefits from Anon's Integral Clarity Technology, which keeps fogging and condensation issues from compromising your vision on those stormy, socked-in days. Full-perimeter vents go a step further in combating fogging, working to rapidly evacuate hot, built-up air for clearer vision. Not content with these two anti-fogging ailments, Anon then uses Outlast Fog Management Fleece to actively absorb, then gradually release built-up moisture and heat from fogging up the goggles. Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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