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