Anon Tempest Goggles - Women's

Anon Tempest Goggles - Women's
Anon Tempest Goggles - Women's
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Tempest Goggles - Women's by Anon
Being able to clearly see what's in front of you when you're navigating down a sketchy slope or approaching the takeoff for a massive jump is not a luxuryit's a necessity. The Anon Women's Tempest Goggle offers unlimited vision for ladies who can't afford to miss anything on the mountain. The polycarbonate spherical lens is injected to ensure distortion-free vision, and Anon's Wall-to-Wall vision provides a wider peripheral view so you can see everything around you. Triple-layer face foam provides a comfy, secure fit that keeps the elements out and wicks moisture. Full perimeter channel venting allows airflow to keep your lens fog-free in any conditions.

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SKU: ANO0208
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