Future Tech: Scope anon’s 2015 Mig goggle with facemask

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If you were paying attention to our 2014 SIA coverage from Denver this year, you probably noticed anon’s new Mig goggle with facemask that will be available to the public this coming Fall. If you haven’t, here’s a free lesson in doing it right.

Constantly pushing the envelope in technology and straight up awesomeness (remember the anon. M1 and M2 goggles?), anon. is set to release the Mig: the future of winterized full-face protection.

Featuring Magnetic Facemask Integration (MFI), the Mig utilizes 4 magnetic connections between the goggle frame and facemask for a seal that protects you from all the elements a day of riding will throw at you.

Long gone are the days of constantly adjusting your facemask when it’s nipple deep in order to protect that beautiful face of yours. And with perforated O2 vents, you’ll be fog free for crystal clear vision.

Lastly, anon. is hooking you up with two spherical lenses featuring Integral Clarity Technology (ICT) for a mere $189.95. Now that’s a deal!

If you’ve arrived here via our newsletter, you’ve been officially entered to win and we will randomly pick a next week. If you don’t subscribe to our newsletter sign up below and we will throw you into the drawing. Good luck!

Congrats to Mitch Remming from Washington who won the 2015 Mig Goggle with Facemask

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