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.

Comments

Up Next

December 5, 2016

Eiki Helgason presents: Ísland Born, the full part

Watch the full part, and second installment of Eiki Helgason's Ísland Born; an in depth look at Eiki's early...
December 5, 2016

STRONGER: Johnny O’Connor full part and interview

Despite a season-ending broken leg, Johnny O'Connor's part from STRONGER, the Union movie, is one of the best in...
December 2, 2016

The Book of John J: Episode 5, Family

Episode 5 of "The Book of John J" is about family. John and Eric fly out to Saas-Fee Switzerland...
December 1, 2016

Airblaster: Full Throttle Storm Puncher

Airblaster's Tim and Hannah Eddy join Scott E. Wittlake and Temple Cummins for a product test in a classic...
November 30, 2016

In search of paradise: Warp Wave presents Aurora Boardealis, full movie

We hope the search for paradise never ends. Join the Warp Wave faithful on the never-ending journey to that...