Anon M3 Bode Merrill Pro Model Goggles with Bonus Lens

Anon M3 Bode Merrill Pro Model Goggles with Bonus Lens
$289.95
M3 Bode Merrill Pro Model Goggles with Bonus Lens by Anon
Price subject to change | SKU: ANO002D

Anon M3 Bode Merrill Pro Model Goggles with Bonus Lens

Remember the days when anything related to protecting your eyes was crafted with real glass' Well, if you don't, the folks over at Anon Optics surely do, and not only have they gone above and beyond the aforementioned stone ages with the M3 Bode Merrill Pro Model Goggles with Bonus Lens, but they've set the stage for future generations. The M3 is crafted with 18 rare earth magnets that ultimately serve as nine points of connection, which not only makes swapping out that Bonus Lens mega easy, but it also has a heavy-duty retention rate so it won't go flying should you tomahawk down the hill. Additionally, the M3 comes fully equipped with a triple layer of foam for optimal comfort and wall-to-wall visibility, and its cylindrical lens technology reduces distorted vision, while most goggles end up warping your point of view. And of course, the M3 is glasses compatible, so if you're one of the fine folks who needs a little extra help in the visibility department, these goggles don't discriminate. The M3 also comes with a spare graybird lens, MFI magnetic facemask for those super blustery days, a goggle case, and a microfiber goggle bag. 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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