Anon Hawkeye Goggles: The Anon Hawkeye snow goggles feature wide-angle frames with lenses designed to excel at high elevations.
The Anon Hawkeye is a great goggle for riders who are looking for style and function. The 93 mm frame height is pretty big enough to look sweet and give you a wide field of vision, but still fit easily with most helmets. Anon's Spherical Lens Technology gives you an optically correct line of sight without any distortion, so you can scope on the chicks next to you in the lift line. Triple Layer Face Foam will keep your new Hawkeyes sealed perfectly on your cheeks and forehead to keep the warmth in and snow out.
Shredding is way easier when you can see where you're going, so crank up the clarity with the Anon Hawkeye goggle. Anon's proven spherical lenses are on display, which feature a 3d curve, instead of the flat lenses found on old-school goggles. The upshot to the spherical polycarbonate lenses is less distortion and improved peripheral vision, so you won't miss a single hit, no matter how well its hidden. The low-profile frame sits snug against your face, thanks to dual-layer face foam, and the pivoting hinge strap anchors provide a perfect fit with or without a helmet. Regardless of your chosen headware, the Full Perimeter Channel venting clears tons of air, to keep the Hawkeye fog free.
With clear vision you fiercely descend down the mountain. The Anon Hawkeye Goggles are wide, but low-profile, giving you a big field of view and lightweight feel. The spherical lens ensures there won't be any distortion at the edges. Full Perimeter Channel Venting allows air to flow in, minimizing fog. The Triple Layer Face Foam is comfy against the skin and wicks away moisture. If any snow gets on the lens just pull out the included goggle bag and wipe it away.
The Anon Hawkeye Painted snow goggles have a low-profile frame and a large, spherical lens designed for a wide field of vision and versatility on days when the light is flat or cloudy.
• anon Spherical Lens Technology.
• Dual Layer Fleece Face Foam.
• Solar Shield Technology (SST)
• Dual Lens Construction.
• Pivoting Flush Mount Hinge.
• Low Profile, Lightweight Frame
|Additional lenses included:||None|
|Dual Lens Construction:||Dual Lens Construction|
|Frame:||Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) Frame|
|Frame Width:||166 mm|
|Lens:||Spherical Lens Technology|
|Lens Color:||Red Solex for sunny conditions|
|Lens Height:||73 mm|
|Lens Width:||93 mm|
|Light transmission:||35 percent|
|Spare Lens Included?:||No|
|Spherical Lens Technology:||Spherical Lens Construction|
|UV protection:||100 percent|
|Ventilation:||Full Perimeter Channel Venting|
|Anon Hawkeye 2 Goggle||$84.00|
I love how much I can see with these things!
They look great, breathe nicely, the tint functions very well, fit great on my RED helmet, and for the most part they stay de-fogged very well
However I've found that if I leave them in my car (or outside) overnight and they freeze that they fog much easier the next day; not a huge deal, but I haven't had this issue with other goggles
I have used these things in most every condition that a mountain can have. They allow adequate vision, are compatible with most helmet shapes, and look good. What else do you need?
The frame seems to be a bit more convex around the face. It may just be my pair. Nothing too crazy.