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Anon M4 Toric Lay Back / Sonar Blue Goggle 2020
The men's Anon M4 Toric Sonar Goggle offers the most precise helmet-to-goggle fit with maximum field of vision, SONAR by ZEISS clarity, powerful magnetic lens retention, and the unprecedented versatility to switch between toric and cylindrical lenses. Two toric lenses (one installed in the frame, and one spare) are what's included with this version of the Anon M4 goggle. Toric lens technology mimics the curvature of the eye for superior optics, enhanced peripheral vision, and maximized venting for fog-free vision. Magnetic Facemask Integration (MFI) seals the included Anon MFI facemask to the goggle in a snap. Also includes a compression-molded case and a microfiber goggle bag for storage and cleaning the lenses.
Toric Lens Technology combines de-centered technology with lens curvature that mimics the curvature of the human eye for superior optics while also providing enhanced peripheral vision and maximizing the possible vent volume in the goggle.
Over The Glass (OTG) Compatible
Triple Layer Face Foam
Frame Height 103mm
Magna-TechTM Quick Lens Change Technology
Anon Cylindrical Lens Technology
No-Slip Silicone Strap
ICT (Integral Clarity Technology)
Full Perimeter Channel Venting
Bonus Lens - Sonar Silver
Optically precise spherical performance featuring magnetic lens and facemask simplicity, and the superior clarity of SONAR lens technology by ZEISS.
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