Anon Figment Goggle

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Anon Figment Goggle
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Color: Lead / Red Solex
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Anon Figment Goggles: Figment goggles from Anon pair superior optics with a customized, helmet-compatible fit for the ultimate in distortion-free vision on the mountain.
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 lends superior resistance to scratching.
Precurved lens shape—thick in the middle and tapered toward the edges—prevents distortion and enhances clarity.
Dual-layer face foam with moisture-wicking fleece provides a soft, comfortable seal against the elements.
Full perimeter channel venting optimizes airflow to prevent fogging.
High-contrast yellow base lens tint with a multilayer blue mirror enhances color definition and increases depth perception in varying levels of low light.
Antifog treatment combats lens fogging, delivering clear vision in changing conditions.
Helmet-compatible design ensures a proper fit, eliminates gaps and maximizes ventilation; auto-adjust strap hinges incorporate proper swing tolerances to accommodate a helmet.
As part of the Anon Premium series, the Figment Premium snow goggles feature the latest in high-resolution graphics and detailed finishes.

Lining and Layers:

  • Dual layer face foam


  • Medium fit


  • Cylindrical polycarbonate lens

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 dual layer face foam keeps them snug against your face, and fogging won't be an issue thanks to the Full Perimeter Channel venting. A medium fit frame fits, you guessed it, medium sized faces. The styling is classic, but these are anything but old school.

Berg's Ski Shop
The Anon Figment Goggle continues to give riders what they need. Tons of venting, superior fit, exceptional optical clarity and updated with the interchangeable strap system to swap with your friends. All these features and more allow for unparalleled performance.
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Anon Figment Goggle Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I've used the Figment in all types of conditions, from Japan to Australian spring days and it's handled it all. It is a comfortable goggle that you can wear all day that wont fog up on you, and I've used it with and without face warmers and the lenses fogging up has never been an issue. I've also worn it with and without a helmet, and it fits great with the brim of the helmet.
Very versatile goggle that will do a great job for all the conditions on the mountain.

Alex at on 09/11/2013

This goggle fits great with my helmet (gyro) and doesn't fog with or without a facemask, and in all kinds of conditions. Its a bit larger than I expected, and is a bit tall (distance from the bottom of the goggle to the top of the goggle) for rounder/smaller faced people.

katp893727 at on 12/20/2013

Neutral Reviews:

My dad wears this goggle and loves it. He isn't into the big/showy goggles. This goggle will get the job done with no complaints. I personally prefer bigger goggles with better field of vision. (He's old school)

Chris Rowlenson at on 12/27/2013