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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Anon's Figment page.

Retailers' Descriptions

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With your eagle-eye vision, you'll spot the sweetest lines with the Anon by Burton Figment Painted Goggles. Cylindrical construction reduces distortion along the edges of the lens to improve your peripheral vision. There are a variety of lens tints available so you can match your lens to the lighting conditions you're most likely to encounter on the hill. A soft layer of triple face foam prevents painful pressure points so you can ride all day in comfort with the Anon by Burton Figment Painted Goggles.

- Altrec Outlet

Attention Anon Sunglasses Goggles can be shipped only within the United States and Canada.Description Of Anon Figment Goggles - Tree Camo Silver AmberAnon goggles are constructed with the highest quality thermoplastic polyurethane TPU. Thoroughly tested on hill and in the factory, TPU has the highest resistance to abrasion, maintains consistent flexibility in changing temperatures and has superior elasticity to fit every face shape.LightweightCheck. Ultra stylishCheck. Best goggle in the marketCheck.FeaturesPanoramic Profile Lens Utilizing a proprietary de-centered injected cylindrical shape that is thicker in the middle and tapers to the edges to reduce distortion and enhance optical clarity.Dual Triple Density Face Foam Utilizing moisture wicking fleece on variable dual and triple density face foam, provides a perfect goggle-to-face seal that keeps out the elements while providing comfort for riding all day long.Full Perimeter Channel Venting Full perimeter channel venting on all frames insures maximum airflow to prevent fogging in any condition.Unique Wraps, Prints Painted Frames anon leads the way in unique wraps, prints and painted frames with unparalleled graphics and details. Our designers and team riders have tirelessly tested all applications for durability to ensure long lasting style.Vented Dual Lens Anti-Fog Protection anons dual lens construction ensures the proper climate control between the lenses and in the face cavity to prevent fogging in all conditions. For a second line of defense against fogging, all lenses are treated with anons anti-fog coatings.Interchangeable Strap Tech This unique universal anon feature lets you change straps among anon goggles. Trade with your buddies, create a new style and add your personal flavor.Lens Visualiser

- US Outdoor Store

No, you're not having another flashback, the Anon Figment Goggle is real as rain and kicking the shit out just about any terrain, in any condition. The large panoramic lens widens your field of vision so you can spot a snow bunny from just about anywhere, while the impact-resistance and anti-fog technology keeps you riding bright-eyed and bushy-tailed throughout the entire season.

- Backcountry Outlet

Strap on the Anon Figment Goggle and you won't have to leave much to the imagination. The cylindrical lens has been a staple since before you were born, and it's made from polycarbonate for durability. The Asian fit is optimized for riders with lower nose bridges and/or higher cheekbones, and the low-profile frame sits snug against your face, thanks to dual-layer face foam. The pivoting hinge strap anchors provide a perfect fit with or without a helmet, but regardless of your chosen headware, the Full Perimeter Channel venting clears tons of air to keep the Figment fog free. The styling may be classic, but these are anything but old school.

- Backcountry.com

Anon Figment


The Anon Figment is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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