[splitpost intro="true"]Onboard stopped by the Anon Optics booth at ISPO 2014 to sneak a peek at what the eyewear and protection brand has up its sleeve for the 2014/15 winter season. Needless to say the range is looking stellar...
As well as a solid range of goggles and helmets to cater for all sizes of wallet or credit card limit, Anon have also added a few new models, dropped some tasty innovation, worked to bring both the fit and the look of both sides of their brand into line so you can colour match to your heart's content, and also buddied up with High Cascade Snowboard Camps to produce a darned sweet-looking set of colab gear.
We were particularly stoked on the all-new Mig model that puts a new spin on the magnets used to great effect on the quick lens changing M1 and M2 (and now the women's version, the WM1) - but instead of being used to hold the lenses in, on the Mig they're under the nose bridge and serve to hold an included facemask in place. Having a women's version of the super quick lens changing M system is epic, plus some of the lower priced goggles are also packing a bunch of tech for a super good price.
Get clicking through to peep some of Anon's epic new goggles and helmets for 2015.
[part title="Anon Mig Goggle Facemask System 2014/15"]
Anon not only won and ISPO award for their innovative new goggle, the Mig, it also caused us to think "Dang, how come no one ever thought of that before?!" With magnets under the nose bridge it allows an included facemask (that has a metal nose bridge of its own worked in) to snap tight to the goggle, create a tight, face-protecting seal, and at the same time reduce the fogging that tends to happen if you just tuck a regular facemask under your goggle's nose. Genius.
[part title="Anon M2 Goggle 2014/15"]
[part title="Anon WM1 Goggle 2014/15"]
With the launch of the WM1, girls or other humans with smaller-sized faces can get on the magnetic quick changing lens bandwagon.
[part title="Anon Mig Goggle 2014/15"]
Here's another view of the Mig goggle. Note the grooves in the nose bridge where the magnets sit.
[part title="Anon Helmets Raider Striker Blitz 2014/15"]
An overview of some of Anon's range of helmets for 2015, including the Raider, Striker and Blitz models.
[part title="Anon Relapse Goggle 2014/15"]
The Relapse is a classic goggle at a killer price – €100 including an extra lens. The field of view is rad, and they're comfy as hell.
[part title="Anon Tracker Kids Goggle 2014/15"]
A few of the Anon kids' goggles they'll ship out for the 14/15 season. This model is the Tracker.
[part title="Anon Helmets and Goggles together 2014/15"]
Anon helmets; meet Anon goggles. Fit and colourways are more in sync than ever before in 2015.
[part title="Anon Goggles High Cascade Snowboard Camp HCSC collab 2014/15"]