Whether you're riding a bitter bluebird day or reaping the benefits of fast-falling powder, the Anon Women's WM1 MFI Goggle offers premium protection and comfort in variable conditions. The lightweight thermoplastic polyurethane frame is equipped with Magnetic Facemask Integration (MFI), which uses 14 rare-earth magnets for seven secure points of connection between the frame and the lens, making lens changes easier than ever. Spherical lens technology mimics the curvature of the human eye for superior optics. The WM1 goggle utilizes Outlast and ICT technology technology to prevent fogging for long-lasting clarity, no matter the conditions. Full perimeter channel venting ensures maximum airflow, working in tandem with the anti-fog technologies to provide clear vision. Triple-layer face foam uses moisture-wicking fleece for hours of riding comfort. Featuring optimal optics in a low-profile frame, this goggle offers the best possible field of vision necessary for high-performance riding. 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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