Rocking a Magna-Tech lens interface with 18 rare earth magnets, the Anon M3 Goggles effortlessly swap lenses in mere seconds without the twisting, prying, and bending you've come to expect with traditional goggles. The M3 Goggles combine a classic cylindrical design with a futuristic frameless aesthetic, offering the best of stunning good looks and large, unobstructed field of view. It also includes a spare lens, giving you a secondary option to adjust to rapidly changing conditions on the mountain. Both included lenses have a mirrored finish to enhance visual contrast and clarity, so you can see clearly without distracting glare. Looking beyond the innovative Magna-Tech lens interface, the M3 Goggle features Anon's Magnetic Facemask Integration. This technology places four separate magnets along the bottom of the frame, seamlessly attaching to Anon's MFI Facemask (sold separately) for greater protection when it's howling like a hurricane on the mountain. And during these stormy scenarios, it's good to have the Full Perimeter Venting and Integral Clarity Technology of the M3, both of which prevent fogging from obscuring your vision during blizzards and snowstorms. 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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