Anon M4 Toric Goggles
Ready for anything.
When you're spending a full day on the slopes, you need a pair of goggles that can keep up with you. The M4 Toric Goggles from Anon do just that and more. The Toric lens eliminates optical distortion by better matching the curvature of the human eye while being less bulbous that most other spherical lenses. That way, you get the best of both cylindrical and spherical worlds at the same time. When the light conditions rapidly change on you, the M4 is equipped with Anon's Magna-Tech quick lens change technology so you can make lens adjustments on the go without even taking the frames off your face.
Adjusting to changing weather conditions comes easily to the M4. With triple layer face foam that wicks moisture, Outlast Fog Management that helps with temperature management to keep the goggles cool and comfortable, and a magnetic facemask integration system, you're ready for anything the mountain throws at you. The M4 is also specially engineered for optimal fit with helmets to eliminate gaper gap and maximize airflow to keep you comfortable lap after lap.
- Goggles for clear vision and comfort while skiing or snowboarding
- Toric lens matches curvature of eye to eliminate optical distortion
- Goggles engineered for optimal helmet compatibility for proper fit
- Venting on frame allows airflow for clear vision in damp conditions
- Outlast face fleece aids in heat control for comfort on hard sends
- Lenses are easily, quickly changed without taking goggles off face
- Frame connects to Anon face masks for ultimate, fog-free protection
- Goggles designed to fit comfortably over prescription eyewear
- Q & A
Takes the Cake
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I've used Electric, VonZipper, Oakley, and Smith chromapop goggles in the past and none of them can stand up to the crisp clarity of these goggles. Not to knock those brands and their goggles because I've used Smith Optics and Oakleys for the past 3 years for a reason. Awesome clarity and ease of use. But, these M4 goggles win hands down due to the fact that they are some how even better clarity and ease of use. With Zeiss technology that is built specifically for snowy conditions which gives you even more definition than you will have ever seen before, your eyes wont have to work as hard, creating less fatigue and longer, beautifully visible days. Taking these lenses off to wipe or swap is super easy and I've taken many falls in all sorts of ways and these lenses haven't popped off. I do have to take off a glove to be able to pinch the lens to take it off, but I have to take off my gloves with a lens swap on any other goggles as well so I don't have a problem with that at all. They come with the MFI mask of which is the first balaclava/mask that I can wear covering my entire face that doesn't make the goggles fog up. Also the Toric and Cylindrical lenses are interchangeable on the same frames so no matter which style you prefer, you can have it.
These are saweet. I have long had an eye on Anon's because of the ease changing lenses and having the balaclava attach to the goggle (as insignificant as that sounds, its actually awesome).
I went with the spherical lens after trying both. I found looking out of the spherical lens was a bit nice than the cylindrical but I do feel the cylindrical looks better aesthetically. All in all, you cannot go wrong with either.
Switching lenses is a breeze. I used to be a firm believer that it was easier to have 2 pairs of goggles and choose the goggle in the lot. But, with this goggle, I have no qualms about a quick lens switch in the parking lot.
I also love the magnetic balaclava. I recently did some storm skiing and loved being completely covered while still being able to breathe,
Do the Anon M4 Toric goggles come with the Anon face mask?
No, the M4 Toric goggles don't come with an anon face mask.