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How to Tell if Anon M3 2016 Snowboard Goggles Are Fake or Authentic

How to Tell if Anon M3 2016 Snowboard Goggles Are Fake or Authentic

Every great ski or snowboarding outfit begins with a super cool pair of goggles. Magnets are placed at eight contact points round the frame, with a combined pull force of almost 10 kilograms. The chances of you slamming hard enough to make it pop out are pretty much non-existent, but at the same time it’s so easy to take out the lens by hand. Given that it comes with a spare lens, you’re ready for any conditions with the Anon goggles – and that price tag will justify itself the first time you have to change your tint in sub-zero conditions.
Anon is Burton’s goggle (and now helmet) division, and this may well be the standout item in its considerable range. It’s got a spherical lens, comfy fit and that great frameless look, but the big selling point is the ‘Magna-Tech’ lens-changing system.

Anon M3 2016 Snowboard Goggles Rider Review – Tactics.com

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