Whether you prefer a cylindrical or spherical/toric lens, the all-new M4 has you covered in one sleek package. Thanks to a unique frame design, this goggle accepts either lens, meaning you're free to change your style without needing to buy a whole new pair. Plus, with an improved iteration of proven Magna-Tech, which now utilizes 18 magnets at nine contact points, the lens feels even more secure than in seasons past, and swapping out lenses was a literal snap, even with gloves on. Testers were further impressed by the unmatched clarity and wide field of vision provided by the Sonar by Zeiss lenses, making the M4 an uncontested standout.

Goggle Features & Details

  • Magna-Tech Quick Lens Change Technology
  • Sonar by Zeiss lenses
  • MF1 Technology
  • Wall-To-Wall Vision
  • MSRP $300.00

Rad: Unique frame design accepts both cylindrical and toric lenses.

Bad: One tester's particularly bad faceplant was enough to pop the lens out.


Harnessing the power of Anon’s Magna-Tech Quick Lens Change Technology, the M4 builds upon the legacy of the M3, and accepts both cylindrical and toric lenses on the same frame. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

Testers praised the clarity provided by the Sonar by Zeiss lenses. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

The M4 features Outlast technology in the fleece to absorb heat and control moisture. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

 

An MF1 facemask is included with the M4, and connects with the frame through strategically placed magnets. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

With Wall-To-Wall Vision, the best magnetic technology in the game, and versatility in lens options, the M4 proved to be a tester favorite. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen


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