Head into the madness.
The first-snow craze at the beginning of the season is often a healthy blend of desperation and stoke. While you're fighting for your very own scrap of man-made, mid-October snow, pull your Anon Circuit MFI Goggles over your eyes so you don't miss a second of your thirst-quenching pursuit for turns.
Thanks to the spherical lens, these goggles provide unrestricted peripheral views while you're cruising the resort, and the Integral Clarity Technology fights off fog to keep your lenses free of fog. The eyeglass-compatible design lets you wear your everyday specs under your goggles, and Full Perimeter Channel Venting maximizes airflow to keep you cool when you're booking it up a bootpack or just having a tough time with your walk back to the car.
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- Snow goggles for ripping up the resort
- Spherical lens maximizes peripheral views
- TPU frame is durable and lightweight
- Integral Clarity Technology keeps your goggles fog-free
- Full Perimeter Channel Venting regulates airflow
- Eyeglass compatible
Great idea, meh execution
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
The goggle itself is pretty ok, like most snow goggles these days the top half runs a little too high but an otherwise decent fit. The outriggers that route the strap onto your helmet are kinda more for show as they aren't articulated which is my preference as that maintains a more uniform seal on your face, and provides greater comfort. The lens is also a bit on the unimpressive side. It provides good visibility but in comparison to the mirrored lenses from Oakley Prism or Smith chroma pop , the Anon lens just isn't as good. Lastly the feature that I bought these for the baclava with the magnetic seal. It's a fantastic idea and one that I'd love to see replicated on other brands but the baclava itself is way too baggy for my head so the whole thing is just tugging on the nose piece which is lame, and uncomfortable. For being a goggle that looks like it's supposed to drop right onto a helmet all of it's shortcomings combined made it far more trouble than it was worth. The high top bubble didn't integrate well with the brim of any helmet, and the baggy baclava just hung there and tugged at my head and got it the way of the helmet buckle.