Anon’s new “magna-tech” m1 goggles, recently presented at the SIA snow show in Denver, could quite possibly revolutionize the way we protect our peepers on the slopes. The lenses are attached to the frame via built-in magnets. The m1 does away with the need to stop the action and dissect your equipment back at the lodge. Imagine swapping out lens tints from blue bird to flat light to night session without even removing the goggles from your face. This seemingly simple concept leaves us wondering why anyone didn’t think of it before.
Look for Anon’s m1 goggles, along with a range of tints, to hit ski and snowboarding stores in the Fall of 2012.