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Anon by Burton

Anon by Burton Figment Painted Goggles

$37.49 - $41.19



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Anon by Burton Figment Painted Goggles

With your eagle-eye vision, you'll spot the sweetest lines with the Anon by Burton Figment Painted Goggles. Cylindrical construction reduces distortion along the edges of the lens to improve your peripheral vision. There are a variety of lens tints available so you can match your lens to the lighting conditions you're most likely to encounter on the hill. A soft layer of triple face foam prevents painful pressure points so you can ride all day in comfort with the Anon by Burton Figment Painted Goggles.

  • Cylindrical lens
  • Frame Height: 90 mm
  • Dual lens construction
  • Dual layer face foam
  • Helmet compatible

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4 Star Rating

Reviews - Anon by Burton Figment Painted Goggles

4 Stars LoveWinter2345 - 2013-01-10

Great Goggles!
I bought these for my boyfriend and he absolutely loved them! Not only do they have a great look, the whole day on the mountain, he raved about how fantastic and clear the lenses were. Usually, he wears a darker lenses; so at first he was a little skeptical of the lighter lenses I choose (I got him the black goggles with blue lagoon lenses); however, once he had them on; he couldn't believe how great and clear everything looked. The defogging works great so far! I know others have complained that this has worsened over time; however, that hasn't been the case for us in this season. Definitely a great value. Fast shipping. arrived on time

3 Stars bumbaklaut - 2012-10-03

Good goggles.. at first
These are your classic goggle with a good look and pretty durable frame. The best part about them is the fact that you can usually find replacement lenses easily, and switching them out is no problem, even when your on the mountain. Most pairs I've seen, including the one's I own usually lose the Anon emblem on the side of the goggles. The lenses are good about defogging themselves at first but depending how much you ride they lose that feature relativity quick. Overall there not a bad purchase.


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