When meteorologists are calling for feet of fresh, grab your board and the Anon Women's Tempest MFI Goggles before heading over the pass to the local mountain. This spherical goggle mimics the curvature of the human eye, providing a large, unobstructed field of view with minimal distortion along the periphery of the lens. Anon's spherical lens comes with a mirrored finish for enhanced contrast and clarity in a variety of lighting conditions and alpine environments. Boasting Magnetic Facemask Integration, the Tempest MFI seamlessly attaches to the included MFI facemask with four magnets along the bottom of the goggle frame. This gives you complete coverage, especially on the summit where whipping winds make you susceptible to frostbite. Full perimeter channel vents combine with Integral Clarity Technology (i. e. Anon's anti-fog treatment) for clear vision without succumbing to fogging, even in raging snowstorms and sopping-wet conditions alike. Additionally, the Tempest MFI Goggles have Flush Mount Outriggers that adapt to the shape of your face and accommodate most helmets on the market. 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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