Designed for a puzzle-piece fit with Burton
helmets, the Burton Anon goggles will keep gaper gaps off the mountain. But what about panoramic views and anti-fog, anti-scratch technology you ask? Oh yeah, the Anon by Burton Comrade Goggles have all that AND they look sick. The Anon spherical lenses mimic the curvature of your eyeball (sick?) for amazingly clear optics. Channel vents keep the air flow going to prevent fog-ups and plush, triple-layer face foam seals itself to your face (comfortably) to seal out the elements and eliminate indent marks when you take them off for a burrito break in the base lodge. While we wouldn't recommend jamming these Burton snow goggles in a bag with your snowboard boots, they do have Solar Shield Technology to resist the scratches.
5 / 5
5 / 5
5 / 5
July 26, 2012
This goggle is just the way too cool to me! It has large covering area on your face , and there is enough space if you need to wear your contact glasses inside! The goggle glass is very clear and the color is awesome! Very nice adjustable head band fits my big head perfectly and it's very comfortable! And I look so cool! ;)
Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Cons: Cost
Anon by Burton Comrade Goggle Photo
Black w/ Blue Lagoon Lens, Black w/ Blue Solex Lens, Bob w/ Silver Amber Lens, Dredrum w/ Dark Smoke Lens, Green w/ Dark Smoke Lens, Rust Bucket w/ Red Solex Lens, White Emblem w/ Blue Lagoon Lens and White w/ Blue Lagoon Lens.