Over the beanie, under the helmet--that's the way you like to rock your goggles, but it can sometimes be uncomfortable with the extra bulk that comes from wearing goggles designed to be worn over the helmet. Well, with the Anon M3 Goggles With Snap-Back + Bonus Lens, you'll be able to rock your goggles comfortably under your helmet as you lap the park, rip the groomers, and slash whatever fresh pow you can find on the hill. Their special Snap-Back strap offers easy rear adjustment that eliminates the need to deal with adjustable straps, so you can get the low profile under-helmet fit you've always dreamed of. Plus, there's an added bonus lens that can easily be swapped out thanks to the goggles' magnetic snap-in system. Even if they didn't have a cool strap and an extra lens, these goggles would still be just about all you need for a day on the slopes. Their wide cylindrical lens gives you a full field of vision as you soar down the mountain, while Solar lens technology enhances color and contrast to help you better identify changes in snow conditions to help you stay safe as you ride. Anti-fog technology, full perimeter venting, and special fog-managing face fleece ensure that your vision is always free and clear, and the MFI (Magnetic Facemask Integration) system helps your compatible magnetic facemask stay flush with the goggles to keep out any wind or snow on stormy days.
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Anon M3 Goggle With Snap-Back + Bonus Lens
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