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If you're looking for huge goggles, they don't come much bigger than Anon's largest, the Comrade goggle. The increased visibility of large goggles should be obvious, and the Comrade's massive spherical lenses feature a 3D curve, instead of the flat lenses found on old-school goggles. In addition to providing a grip of peripheral vision, the spherical polycarbonate lenses reduce distortion, for an unrestricted view when you're coming in hot from orbit. The low-profile frame sits snug against your face, thanks to the triple-layer face foam, and the pivoting hinge strap anchors help with helmet compatibility. Regardless of your chosen headware, the Full Perimeter Channel venting moves a ton of air to fight fogging. It pays to see everything in your path, and the Comrade is proof.
The wide-angle Anon Comrade Paint snow goggles let your peripheral vision tag along for the ride, offering a comfortable fit and crystal clear views in all directions. 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 weather. Channeled, full-perimeter venting optimizes airflow to prevent fogging. Helmet-compatible design ensures a proper fit, eliminates gaps and maximizes ventilation. Black 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. Metallic blue frames feature Blue Solex(TM) mirrored lenses that reduce glare, improve contrast and boost depth perception in bright conditions. Comrade Paint goggles feature the largest frames that Anon offers, providing full, wide-angle coverage.
Designed for a puzzle-piece fit with Burton helmets, the Burton Anon goggles will keep gaper gaps off the mountain. But what about panoramic views and anti-fog, anti-scratch technology you ask? Oh yeah, the Anon by Burton Comrade Goggles have all that AND they look sick. The Anon spherical lenses mimic the curvature of your eyeball (sick?) for amazingly clear optics. Channel vents keep the air flow going to prevent fog-ups and plush, triple-layer face foam seals itself to your face (comfortably) to seal out the elements and eliminate indent marks when you take them off for a burrito break in the base lodge. While we wouldn't recommend jamming these Burton snow goggles in a bag with your snowboard boots, they do have Solar Shield Technology to resist the scratches.
- Altrec Outlet
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