Anon Solace

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Throw on the Anon Solace Goggle and head deep into the woods for some much-needed you-time smoking the trees and slaying the pow. Anon threw a panoramic lens on this goggle so you can spot the branches and rocks that threaten to kill your buzz, and the anti-fog technology keeps your riding chill and your vision clear.

- Backcountry Outlet

Why deal with oversized goggles that encompass your entire face when Anon designed the Solace Goggles just for ladies and small riders' Its slim frame profile gives you that just-right fit you've been longing for. Panoramic goggle lens allows you to spot branches and rocks that threaten to kill your buzz, while the anti-fog tech keeps your riding chill and your vision clear.

- Backcountry.com

If all you see is a blanket of white it's time to change up your snow goggles. Put on the Anon by Burton Women's Solace Goggles and you'll see a detailed playground rich with texture AND your new head ensemble will look sick. Designed with premium materials and high-class aesthetics, these Burton ski and snowboard goggles have spherical lens construction that is injected (not stamped) for undistorted optics in all directions. The full perimeter channel vents keep the air flowing throw to gently discourage fog and the Plush Fit face foam is gentle on your facial features to ride comfortably all day. A few close brushes with branches and a ride in your pocket are less likely to leave scratches thanks to the Solar Shield coating on the lenses. Made with a slim frame profile for smaller faces, the Anon Solace Goggles for women work well with Burton helmets to banish gaper gaps from the mountain and keep the snowboarding ladies looking luscious.

- Altrec Outlet

Featuring a slim profile for smaller riders, the women's Anon Solace snow goggles offer a snug fit wrapped up in a slick design with tight graphics. Frames are made from thermoplastic polyurethane for high abrasion resistance, consistent flexibility in changing temperatures and superior elasticity that fits all face shapes. Injection-molded lenses offer clear, undistorted views of scenery and terrain; Solar Shield Technology(TM) lends superior resistance to scratching. Spherical Lens Technology(TM) mimics the curvature of the human eye for superior optics in all directions. Triple-layer face foam with moisture-wicking fleece provides a soft, comfortable seal against the elements. Antifog treatment combats lens fogging, delivering clear vision in changing conditions. Full perimeter channel venting optimizes airflow to prevent fogging. Splinter frames feature Blue Lagoon lenses, a high-contrast yellow base tint with a multilayer blue mirror, to enhance color definition and boost depth perception in low light. Etcher frames feature Green Solex(TM) mirrored lenses that reduce glare, improve contrast and boost depth perception in bright conditions. Helmet-compatible design ensures a proper fit, eliminates gaps and maximizes ventilation. Auto-adjust strap hinges incorporate proper swing tolerances to promote great helmet compatiblity. As part of the Anon Premium series, the Solace Premium snow goggles feature the latest in high-resolution graphics and detailed finishes.

- REI

Anon Solace

MSRP:
$114.95

The Anon Solace is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 20, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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