Anon Majestic Goggle

Priced: $59.96 - $94.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
Anon Majestic Goggle
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The Anon Ladies’ Majestic Goggles will keep your face cozy and vision clear even if you're blasting through 2 feet of fresh snow. Dual Layer Face Foam wicks moisture to reduce the skin irritation cause by wet foam. Built-in venting and an ICT lens treatment reduce fogging so you can see clearly. After playing in the snow all day, keep the Majestic Goggles safe in the included microfiber storage bag.

Fit:

  • Pivoting Hinge for better helmet fit
  • Medium fit

Frame:

  • Thermoplastic Polyurethane frame is durable and light

Comfort:

  • Dual Face Foam is soft and comfortable

Straps:

  • Pivoting hinge strap anchor

Features:

  • Cylindrical polycarbonate lens
  • Integral Clarity Technology reduces fogging
  • Helmet compatible
  • Microfiber goggle bag included for cleaning and storage
Evo
Get the best view of the majestic mountain scenery with the Anon Majestic Goggles. They feature a smaller frame size so your goggle tan doesn't cover the majority of your beautiful face, and dual layer face foam for a super comfortable fit. Full Perimeter Channel Venting and Integral Clarity Technology work together to keep the lens from fogging, making these goggles perfect for any day on the mountain.

Berg's Ski Shop
The Anon Majestic goggle is designed for a smaller face fit. The Majestic provides superior comfort and optical clarity while offering plenty of sweet graphic options to color coordinate. All Anon lenses offer TRU-V 100% protection from harmful UV rays and an incredible and comfortable fit.
Backcountry.com

Wearing them may not turn you into shred royalty, but at least when you're wearing the Anon Majestic Women's Goggle, you'll look the part. They've got a medium fit that fits small to medium faces perfectly. The polycarbonate cylindrical lens blocks UV rays to protect your eyes, and offers up a bunch of peripheral vision. The pivoting hinged strap anchors help secure the fit with or without a helmet, and they'll stay put on your face thanks to dual layer face foam. Plus, the Full Perimeter Channel venting fights the fog, so you can see where you're going whether it's dumping the fluffy stuff or the sun's turned the park into slush.


FontanaSports.com
anon is the industry leader in elevated performance and aesthetics. Our mission is to deliver optimal vision for every winter weather condition, fused with the latest in stylistic finishes and embellishments. From progressive design concepts to technical executions, we ensure every anon goggle meets the demands of the most elite snowboarders in the world.

Features:
• Dual Layer Face Foam.
• Full Perimeter Channel Venting.
• Solar Shield Technology (SST)
• Dual Lens Construction.
• Pivoting Hinge

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Anon Majestic Goggle Review:

Reviews:

These are some great goggles for those not looking to drop a bill for some eye wear.
These goggles have the classic cylindrical shaped lenses still provide great peripheral vision and UV protection.
The lenses aren't as great as I'd hoped though. They're fairly flimsy and easy to scratch.
Being mindful of where/how you store the goggles will make a big difference.
If there wasn't such cute designs for these goggles I'd probably give them 3 stars...

Emerson Takahashi at Backcountry.com on 12/25/2013