Testing out the quick-change lens system of the anon. M2 goggle

After the success of the M1, anon. introduces the M2, due out Fall 2013. The major differences? The M2 features an updated 8-point Magna-Tech quick-change lens system that you can literally throw the lens at and it will snap in place, plus Wall-to-Wall Vision and a sleek new rimless design.

Read our anon. M2 goggle review for the full scoop.

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