Anon Tempest Goggle - Women's

Helping you brave the storm.

Being able to clearly see what's in front of you when you're navigating down a sketchy slope or approaching the takeoff for a massive jump is not a luxury―it's a necessity. The Anon Women's Tempest Goggle offers unlimited vision for ladies who can't afford to miss anything on the mountain.

The polycarbonate spherical lens is injected to ensure distortion-free vision, and Anon's Wall-to-Wall vision provides a wider peripheral view so you can see everything around you. Triple-layer face foam provides a comfy, secure fit that keeps the elements out and wicks moisture. Full perimeter channel venting allows airflow to keep your lens fog-free in any conditions.

Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

  • Polycarbonate spherical lens
  • TPU frame
  • Triple-layer face foam
  • Wall-to-Wall vision
  • Full perimeter channel venting
  • Integral Clarity Technology
  • Flush mount outrigger
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Water between lenses?

    First day down the mountain, it was a wet humid day and these goggles lasted me a good 90% of the day but the last 10% they started fogging on the right side then eventually spread to the whole goggle and I was unable to see on my last run down. Let them dry out and I can see there is water caught between the lens. For $150 goggles I thought they would do better. Love them other than that.

    Hey Betty,
    Thank you so much for posting this review! Sorry to hear water somehow got into the goggle!!! You're totally right - for $150, you shouldn't have any issues. Is it possible there may be a crack in the lens or framework somewhere? If there is, let's get you a new pair under our warranty policy. Or, is there any chance some snow could have gotten stuck inside after pulling them down off your helmet or anything? I want to make sure you are 100% satisfied; let me know what I can do to help!

    No fog, great looks, no pain!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Can't confirm the fog review. My wife loves these and wears them - snow or shine! Not one complaint - and she does let them out when something's not right.

    She's a little smaller so they fit her perfectly - therefore not sure about the size issues that were mentioned .

    No fog, great looks, no pain!

    Does your wife wear glasses underneath the goggles?

    She does not wear glasses under the goggles.

    Tempest Goggle

      Got these in black and tried them on and they are comfortable! cant wait for the snow to start falling so i can put them to use. Love the mirrored lens and the all black look.

      Great goggles thus far

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I actually purchased these goggles as a gift for my girlfriend but she loves them and has had not issues! They fit well, are simple and stylish, and have not had any fog issues at this point. Definitely a great choice.

      Good fit and no fogging

        Great fit for a smaller faces and works well with Anon and POC helmets. I've used Anons for years with no fogging issues. Definitely recommend.

        Fogging disaster!

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        My wife bought these, first trip to big bear and completely fogged up. The ventilation is extremely poor! Save your money and buy something else.

        what colour are the lenses?

        what colour are the lenses?

        There are a variety of lens colors depending on which option you choose. In the drop down menu for your selections, the frame color is listed first and the lens color listed second, separated by a "/"

        I used this site to help me better understand the differences between the lenses: http://www.absolute-snow.co.uk/buying-guides/goggle-lens-buying-guide#AnonLenses

        Anon Tempest Goggle - Women's