Anon 'Lens Visualizer' app launched

Anna Langer

Anon optics just released the first ever iPhone app with which you can virtually test which lens is best at any given location in a matter of seconds.

It’s available for free through the iTunes App Store. And here’s how it works: once the Lens Visualizer is selected, the iPhone will use the camera lens as a view finder to capture their actual surroundings. Then you can point the phone at whatever you want (say the base lodge or the mountain) and see how it would look under six different tinted lenses so you can see which color lens you prefer for the day’s conditions.

Additionally the app also features three more sections called ‘Goggles’, ‘Tech’ and ‘Team’. The Goggles section includes photos and descriptions of all current anon styles, including all the details on the brand new Hawkeye Primary Color Collection, available now in super limited quantities at select anon dealers. A shop locator is also available in the Goggles section so riders can find the nearest store that carries anon. In the Tech section, riders will find clear definitions of standout features like anon’s spherical lens technology™ and dual triple density face foam. And last but not least, the Team section features bios and photos of all pro riders sponsored by anon.

For more info go to anonoptics.com

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