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Anon Tempest Goggles - Womens 2016

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$119.95

Backorder ship on 09/04/2015

*Available for US Shipment Only.

White/Pink Sq Lens
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Specs

Frame: polyurethane
Lens: polycarbonate
Helmet Compatible: Helmet Compatible
Eyeglass Compatible: Non Eyeglass Compatible
Ventilation: Full Perimeter Channel Venting
Face Size: Standard Frame
Technology: Standard
Recommended Use: Skiing, Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Anon Tempest Goggles - Womens

Eye of the storm performance, ride it out in style.

Key Features of the Anon Tempest Goggles White/ Pink Sq Lens:
  • anon. Spherical Lens Technology
  • Wall-to-Wall Vision
  • Full Perimeter Channel Venting
  • ICT (Integral Clarity Technology)
  • Flush Mount Outrigger
  • Triple Layer Face Foam
  • Lightweight Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) Frame
  • Micro Fiber Goggle Bag Included
  • Fit: Frame Height 93mm

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Are these the lenses like a mirror that no one could see your eyes?
monia_xoxo on Jan 11, 2015
Best Answer: People can see through these lenses slightly. If it is a bright day, they will not see through them. but on a overcast day, they can see your eyes slightly.
Reply · Report · Mia K on Jan 12, 2015
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What light conditions are the gold/chrome lens best for? the pink/cobalt lens?
Lynda M on Jan 29, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Lynda.
Anon suggests that the Gold/Chrome lens will be the best with partly cloudy or medium light. They will allow 30% to 54% VLT to your eye. Anon describes it as: "Amber base lens tint filters out blue light for enhanced shadow contrast with a Gold Mirror for moderately flat light conditions." The Pink/Cobalt lens will be best in bright or sunny conditions. offering only 6% VLT. Anon describes these as: "Dark grey base with multi-layer pink tint that reduces eye fatigue on super bright and sunny days." Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Jan 29, 2015
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I used to have a pair of Oakleys but lost them after a crash. The orange tint bothered me, so I rarely used them anyways. I ride usually at night, overcast, or at the time of day when the sun is going down. I try to get out on bright days when I can. It would be nice to not have my eyes tear up all the time and to be able to see jumps and shadows properly, but like I said the orange was bothersome. What do you recommend as the best lens? Or would it be better to get more than one and change them out?
Alyssa P on Mar 7, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Alyssa,
There is a ton of personal preference here, and there is certainly no 1 single lens that is the best in all situations. That said... many believe that the Blue Lagoon lens is outstanding in most light conditions. Another option is a Green Solex lens.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Mar 9, 2015
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Are the lenses magnetic for easy change ability?
A shopper on Jan 5, 2014
Best Answer: those goggles are perfect
Reply · Report · Andrzej K on Jan 5, 2014
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I selected an option, but its saying i must select a color before adding to my cart? There is no selection for color, only for option?
A shopper on Nov 23, 2013
Best Answer: Must have been a glitch...sun flare...or some awkward teenager hacking our site...try it again as it seems to be working.
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Dec 2, 2013
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