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Vision this good can be addicting.
You tried experimenting with goofy-looking, oversized goggles, but no matter what, you just keep coming back to the classic look of the Anon Relapse Goggle. It has a low-profile frame with a cylindrical lens, so it sits close to your face for a super-wide field of vision with minimal frame interference. An ICT (Intergral Clarity Technology) anti-fog treatment works with the full perimeter channel venting to keep your lens crystal clear, even when it's dumping outside.
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- Cylindrical lens
- ICT anti-fog treatment
- Full perimeter channel venting
- Adjustable strap
- Q & A
Competent goggle for a great price
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Used this goggle all last winter and it's a strong performer in high-glare, full-sun scenarios. It allows moisture to escape well when you're generating heat and the cobalt blue lens cuts glare well and offers decent contour relief. On grey days, however, I found myself looking for more contrast clarity as the snow looked more one-dimensional than I'd have liked using the amber lens provided. So, depending on what you're skiing/boarding - I would advise seeking a different low-light lens than the one spec'd. Overall, though, couldn't beat the price and it looks great and fits perfectly with my Smith Maze helmet.
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
I bought these goggles for my sister-in-law and she absolutely loves them, they fit perfectly with her Smith Pivot helmet. The blue lens had great clarity for a sunny day, which are nicely complemented by the brown low light lens they come with.