ANON offers technically advanced snow sports goggles that provide exceptional optical clarity and enhanced horizontal, upward, and downward field of vision, while reducing optical distortion. An industry leader, ANON presents unique optics solutions driven by fashion, the boardsports lifestyle, and high-performance demands.
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|Anon goggle lens performance chart|
|GOLD CHROME:||Amber-base lens tint filters out blue light for enhanced shadow contrast with a Gold Mirror for moderately flat light conditions. 40% VLT|
|SILVER ROSE:||A high-contrast rose lens tint providing the best optics for the widest variety of light conditions. Enhances depth perception, increases contrast, and maximizes visual acuity. 30% VLT|
|SILVER AMBER:||Amber base lens with a Silver Mirror for the best all-around lens from low, flat to brighter light. 32% VLT|
|BLUE SOLEX:||Dark bronze base lens tint with a multi-layer blue mirror cuts glare and reduces eye fatigue in super sunny conditions. 25% VLT|
|CLEAR:||The ideal lens for night riding. 85% VLT.|
|AMBER:||An outstanding multi-purpose lens tint that filters reflected blue light for superior contrast, shadow definition, and depth perception. 55% VLT|
|RED SOLEX:||Dark bronze base lens tint with a multi-layer. Red mirror maximizes color definition and increases depth perception in varying levels of medium light to bright conditions. 25% VLT|
|RED ICE:||Clear base lens with a Red Mirror to flush out depth perception under night pipe lights. 80% VLT|
|BLUE MIRROR:||Amber base lens tint with a multi-layer blue mirror coating for medium to bright days. 55% VLT|
|YELLOW:||A vibrant lens tint that increases visual acuity in extremely flat and low light conditions. 75% VLT|
|GREEN SOLEX:||Dark bronze base lens tint with a multi-layer. Green Mirror cuts glare and reduces eye fatigue in super sunny conditions. 18% VLT|
|BLUE LAGOON:||High contrast Yellow base lens tint with a multi-layer. Blue Mirror enhances color definition and increases depth perception in varying levels of low-light conditions. 68% VLT|
|SILVER SOLEX:||Dark bronze base tint ideal for bright and super sunny conditions. 18% VLT|
|SILVER MIRROR:||Good for sunny days|
|PINK SQ MIRROR:||Proprietary new universal lens tint designed to reduce eye fatigue while enhancing contrast and depth perception in overcast Ė flat light conditions. 35% VLT|
|DARK SMOKE:||Dark Grey base lens tint that wonít distort colors on super bright glacier days. 6% VLT|
|GOLD MIRROR:||The gold mirror lens is excellent for very sunny to partly cloudy conditions.|
|GOLD SPHERICAL:||Gold lens is the most versatile. Excellent for partly cloudy to flat light conditions.|
|ROSE MIRROR:||Varying light on sunny to partly sunny days.|
|GREEN TEA:||Flat and variable light.|
|GRAY to YELLOW GRADIENT:||Mid-winter variable sunny days.|
|to RED GRADIENT:||Mid-winter variable sunny days.|
|SILVER FADE/BLUE LENS:||Varying light on sunny to partly sunny days.|
|SOLEX MIRROR:||Glacier, bluebird skies, high elevation.|
How do I clean my goggle lenses?
First breathe on the outside lens to create moisture (we do not recommend the use of other liquids). Using a micro fiber cleaning cloth, wipe the outside of the lens rubbing lightly to remove any dirt or smudges. Should the inside of the lens require cleaning we recommend using the same cloth but DO NOT wipe the inside of the lens. Blot the inner lens so as not to interfere with the goggleís anti-fog coating.
How do I clean the inside of my goggles after a major face plant?
If you have gotten snow inside your goggles as the result of a crash, youíll want to take special care not to rub the lens when itís wet. Hereís why: before a goggle lens is assembled the inner lens material is coated with a liquid anti-fog treatment that permanently adheres to the inner lens surface to help prevent fogging. When this anti-fog treatment gets wet, it becomes soft and can become scratched if rubbed.
First clear the snow by patting the goggles on your leg to remove the excess snow. Next, with a micro fiber cleaning cloth, blot the inside of the lens to remove any residual moisture. Once the inside of the goggle has completely dried out you can use a micro fiber cleaning cloth to lightly wipe away any smudges.
What does anon do to help prevent fogging?
Before a goggle lens is assembled, the inner lens material is coated with a liquid anti-fog treatment that permanently adheres to the inner lens surface to help prevent fogging.
What is Air Mesh?
Air Mesh Ventilation is a super breathable textile that repels snow and water for durable, unrestricted ventilation. This new, patented technology is exclusive to anon and itís the first major advancement to goggle ventilation in more than 20 years.
Which anon goggle is best for smaller faces?
The Majestic goggle. This goggle was specifically designed for the smaller, more delicate features of womenís faces. If youíre looking for the perfect fit for a smaller adult face, the Majestic is the ideal solution.
Which anon goggle is suited for helmets?
Anonís most helmet compatible goggles are the Figment, Majestic, and Subrosa.
How do I change the lenses in my goggles?
To start, it is best to change your lens in a warm area (room temperature is ideal). Remove the old lens by separating the frame from the lens beginning at the bottom or top and slowly working around the frame.
First begin by installing the new lens in the nose area of the frame. Place the lens at the nose of the goggle frame. Then press the keyholes in the lens firmly over each post in the lens slot.
Next youíll want to work your way across the bottom edge of the frame to the left side and engage the keyholes in the lens with the corresponding post in the frame slot. You might find it helpful to stretch the frame a bit as you progress in order to align the posts with the lens keyholes.
Repeat the above procedure on the right side of the frame and continue working your way around the frame engaging all frame posts with the lens keyholes. Finally, check to see all lens keyholes are fully engaged with the frame retention posts before heading out on the hill.