Anon pushes design, style, and technical execution for snowboard goggles, helmets, and accessories.

With the M4, M3, and WM1 goggles, along with the Invert MIPS helmet as submissions at our inaugural STOMP Summit in Aspen, Anon showcased their penchant for designing some of the most stylish and performance-driven goggles and helmets available today.


M4

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MSRP: $299.95
Colors: Red, JT, Smoke, Black, White, Rush, Blue

Another innovation in Anon's ever-growing list, the M4 proved to be their most advanced and versatile goggle yet. Expanding on their existing, patented Magna-Tech Quick Change Lens Technology, the M4 features a brand new, universal frame design that allowed for seamless integration of both cylindrical and spherical (Toric) lenses. So, if you find yourself itching to jump ship from one style to the other, there's no need to invest in a whole new set of goggles – just pick up a new lens. And with a spare SONAR lens by ZEISS and an MFI facemask included off the bat, these goggles were highly versatile right out of the box.


M3

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MSRP: $259.95
Colors: Shashiko, Black, Red, Red Planet

Featuring Anon’s industry-leading Magna-Tech Quick Change Lens Technology, the M3 has become one of the most copied goggles in snowboarding – and rightfully so. With a classic, clean cylindrical design that pairs well with any helmet, the M3 is a worthwhile goggle investment on aesthetics alone. But combined with the high-performing SONAR Lenses by ZEISS, which can be swapped out and secured with absolutely no effort, these goggles proved to be worth the higher price tag. Plus, with a magnetic facemask that seamlessly integrated with the goggles, the M3 was pretty darn hard to beat.


WM1

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MSRP: $269.95
Colors: Marble, Smoke, Can’t Stop, Magenta, Purple

If you're in search of a stylish, high-performing women's goggle that requires as little effort as possible to swap out the lenses, then look no further than Anon's WM1. While boasting a wide field of vision by way of their spherical SONAR Lenses by ZEISS, the WM1 truly stood out thanks to its Magna-Tech Quick Lens Change Technology. Using 14 rare-earth magnets at seven connection points along the perimeter of the frame, the WM1's lenses were a literal "snap" to change. And with the included magnetic facemask and spare lens, you'll have everything you need for whatever the weather throws your way.


Invert MIPS

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MSRP: $159.95
Sizes: S, M, L, XL
Colors: Gray, Black, Black/Green

High performance helmets are certainly a worthy investment. Unfortunately, a lot of high performance helmets also come with that high performance "style." You know, a shape and design that looks like something out of Speed Racer. Well, Anon may have found a happy middle ground with their Invert MIPS helmet. Featuring the high-performing protection of MIPS Multidirectional Impact Protection System, along with their Passive Ventilation and Auto-Adjust Fit System for a dialed-in fit that remained cool and comfortable in any conditions, the Invert MIPS proved that helmets don't have to look ridiculous to perform well.


About STOMP:

This past spring, TransWorld SNOWboarding hosted the inaugural STOMP Summit. With Aspen as the venue, STOMP set out to provide an engaging platform for brands, retailers, and media to interact, offering each the opportunity to experience and understand this season’s most sought after gear firsthand, on the mountain. Featuring products from the brands in attendance, every item has received its chance to shine on-hill, as we took over one of the world’s most iconic resorts.

See more 2019 STOMP reviews here.