Anon WM1 Asian Fit Goggle - Women's

Anon WM1 Asian Fit Goggle - Women's
Anon WM1 Asian Fit Goggle - Women's
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WM1 Asian Fit Goggle - Women's by Anon
The Anon WM1 Asian Fit Women's Goggles boasts awesome and easy-to-use Magna-Tech magnetic lens-change technology, but there's a lot more to these shades than that. While Magna-Tech lets you easily swap out the crystal-clear spherical lenses, the rimless TPU frame provides unobstructed Wall-to-Wall optics so you can ride with killer peripheral vision, and ICT anti-fog coating helps prevent condensation from building up and turning your gogs into opaque disasters. Anon's Full Perimeter Channel Venting and Outlast face foam are designed to increase airflow and regulate temperature, respectively, which take fog even further out of the equation. Anon also hooked up Snap-Back strap adjustment for a comfortable fit under your helmet, and lined the strap with silicon to keep it from sliding if you choose to wear it on the outside. 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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