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Anon M2 Goggle Lens



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Description: Anon M2 Goggle Lens

The Anon M2 Goggle lens in the Green Photon colorway is the perfect lens for partly cloudy conditions. With a 23% VLT, it will still perform well in sunny conditions and will even be good on greybird days. The Sonar lens made by Zeiss aids in increasing contrast on the snow which helps you to see all of the bumps and ruts before you hit them and go flying. These lenses are only compatible with the Anon M2 goggles and do feature Anon's Magna-Tech magnetic lens changing technology.

Key Features of Anon M2 Goggle Lens
  • Magna-Tech - M2
  • ICT (Integral Clarity Technology)
  • Anon Spherical Lens Technology
  • VLT (Visible Light Transmission)
  • TRU-V Polycarbonate Lens
  • Sonar Lens Technology by Zeiss (On Select Colorways)
  • Solex (On Select Colorways)
  • Includes Anon M2 Lens Case
  • Anon Warranty
  • Sonar Lens = Photon Lens


Anon has you covered offering lenses with VLT's for a variety of lighting conditions.
VLT (Visible Light Transmission) is the percentage of available light allowed to reach the eye. Lower number = less light allowed through).

Pink Cobalt 6% Pink Sq 35%
Blue Cobalt 6% Silver Amber 35%
Dark Smoke 8% Blue Fusion 38%
Polarized Dark Smoke 8% Gold Chrome 40%
Red Gradient 12% Silver Fade Blue 40%
Green Solex 18% Blue Amber 50%
Silver Solex 18% Lt Purple / Lt Silver 50%
Yellow Gradient 22% Amber 55%
Red Solex 25% Yellow 75%
Blue Solex 25% Red Ice 80%
Clear Gradient 27% Blue Lagoon 80%
Lt Pink / Silver Fade 28% Yellow Gold Fade 85%
Silver Rose 30% Clear 85%
Green Photon 23% Sonar Blue 46%

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Would the 2018 M2 lens fit on my goggles from 2016?
Sara M on Mar 21, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes, but only if the goggles are the 2016 Anon M2s.