The M2 is one of Anon's top of the line ski/snowboard goggles, jam packed with awesome tech for unparalleled vision, comfort and most of all their innovative Magna-Tech quick change lens system.
This model comes with a polarized lens, this lens will help reduce glare restricting light from one direction. This will give you crisp and clear vision of the mountain on bright sunny days.
Magna-Tech works with 16 rare earth magnets placed on the frame and the lens which line up to create 8 points of magnetically sealed connection between lens and frame. Magna-Tech can withstand up to 22 lbs of force before the lens can be pulled straight off. This means it can stand up to plenty of abuse without you having to worry about it coming off when you're skiing/snowboarding.
The oversized, frameless design utilises a spherical lens with extended peripheral vision, the lens curvature mimics the shape of the human eye to prevent distortion whilst the frame is lower profile to give an unobstructed view. The lenses are also made from high quality polycarbonate which provides 100% UV protection with Integral Clarity Technology anti-fog treatment.
The M2 goggles are also OTG compatible allowing you to comfortably wear glasses underneath. Triple layer face foam locks out the elements and wicks away moisture to keep you comfortable all day long and full perimeter channel venting helps to draw out warm air and promote healthy air flow to prevent the chance of fogging.
With excellent venting and tech to help reduce fogging paired with Magna-Tech lens change system makes it easier than ever to adapt to variable conditions when skiing and snowboarding making the M2 from Anon simply one of the best goggles money can buy.
Spheric Injected Lens - Spherical design mimics the curvature of the human eye for enhanced clarity
Magna-Tech Quick Change Lens - The worlds leading magnetic lens change system allowing you to switch lenses in a matter of seconds without having to take off gloves, get fingerprints on the lens or even take them off your face
Wall-To-Wall Vision - A lower profile frame design with 40% thinner face foam provides an ultra close fit that eliminates peripheral vision impairment
ICT - Integral Clarity Technology is a chemical anti-fog treatment that etches the surface of the lens to prevent moisture build up. This never fades and doesn't wipe off so your vision will always stay crystal clear
Full Perimeter Channel Venting - Ensures maximum airflow through the frame pulling in fresh air whilst venting out hot air and moisture. This works with ICT anti-fog to ensure your vision stays clear, regardless of the conditions
Triple Layer Face Foam - 3 layers of face foam of varying densities provide a seal between the goggles and your face to seal out the elements whilst wicking sweat to keep you dry and comfortable
TPU Frame - Thermoplastic polyurethane frame is durable and lightweight but remains flexible in cold weather
MFI (Magnetic Facemask Integration) - Magnets on the bridge of the goggle match up with the nose of a specially designed facemask to give a perfect fit and to prevent fogging usually associated with wearing a face mask with goggles
Outlast Fog Management Face Fleece - This fleece absorbs, stores, and pro-actively controls the production of moisture before if begins to maintain a fog free environment within the goggle
OTG Compatible - Discreet cut outs in the frame allow these goggles to be worn over the majority of prescription glasses
Polarized Lens Technology - Polarized lenses restrict light to passing in one direction, reducing glare for crisp and clear vision
Had the Anon m2 googles for a couple of years, and the lens change is over quicker than UFC fight. Fit is great and they're very comfortable to wear. Would have given these a 5 star rating. However, I've now gone through three different lenses as the seal around the outer edge where the magnets are is poor and wears over us, letting tiny water droplets in. I found this out at possibly the worst time (top of a mountain in whiteout conditions) and it fogged almost 100% of the lens on the way down. When I got to the bottom I realised the fog was in between the different lenses (same problem on two more replacement lenses). So I 've recently switched up for Smith I/OX which has been totally fog free everytime I've used them