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New Anon M3 Goggles

By February 27, 2016May 11th, 2016Featured, Snowboards, Top 25

Anon M3 GogglesMFI technology to keep your face protected

– The new Anon M3 Goggles use MFI technology to keep your face protected and your lenses fog-free. Anon was the first to use magnets to simplify the process of changing lenses, and now Anon M3 Gogglesthey’re using them to improve how your facemask fits as well. MFI stands for Magnetic Facemask Integration, and allows for a seamless connection between your facemask and your goggles. This prevents unwanted skin exposure and works to eliminate lens fogging that is likely to happen when wearing a traditional facemask.

The M3 is the first goggle to offer both the Magna-Tech quick-change lens system and Magnetic Facemask Integration. The Anon Magna-Tech Goggles make all other “quick-change” lens systems look unnecessarily complicated. There’s elegance in simplicity, and when it comes to adapting to changing conditions Anon. has other goggle companies attempting to imitate their design. No doubt Anon is inspiring others to rethink the facemask as well!

Available in 4 different models, the Magna-Tech goggles use between 12 and 16 rare earth magnets to create the connection to the frame. It has never been easier to swap lenses on fly… simply pull the lens away from the frame to remove and try not to smile as you watch the self-aligning magnetic engagement do all the work when you reinstall! The MFI facemask works in the same way, just put the flexible frame of the mask near the bottom of your goggles and it quickly finds its home.
If you’re wondering if there’s danger of the lens jumping ship without permission, the answer is no. Anon.’s Magna-Tech goggles have the best retention of any quick-change system on the market. With retention force of between 16.5 Lbs. and 22 Lbs. the only way that lens is coming out is if you want it to!
Here at the ‘Haus, we are all about being prepared. Whether it’s the right ski or board for the snow conditions, the right safety equipment for the backcountry, or simply having the correct goggle lens for the day’s light conditions, we know that being prepared is the best way to enjoy the outdoors. Stop in to check out the new Anon. M3 Goggle ($269), the M2 Goggle ($239) and the women’s WM1 Goggle ($219), each comes with two lenses, micro fiber goggle bag, and storage case. See you at the ‘Haus!

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