Anon Goggles Realm Review from Burton Snowboards
Review the Burton Anon Realm Goggles and Lens in 19 Color Options
The Burton Anon Realm Snowboard Goggle has been a huge hit among the Ski and Snowboard as a goggle of choice. The Anon Realm’s in the wide array of color and lens options provide a perfect choice for any lighting condition. The Realm goggles with front lens vents keep the goggles from fogging up. Ventilation is key with high tech goggles. The lens’s offer 100% UV protection and have an additional Anti-Fog treatment.
Anon Spherical Lens Technology™ is a proprietary lens technology that only Anon Goggles uses. The spherical lens shape give a wider range of vision, and a nice way to slice through the snow fall. There is a claim that spherical lens reduce vision distortion, but we have noticed a bit more reflection coming from the lens with the curved shape. This technology is available on the Anon Hawkeye Goggle, Anon Realm Goggles, and Anon Solace Goggles. These lens are miles ahead of the old double layer lens of the past. If you haven’t tried on some of the latest goggle tech, we think you’ll be pleasantly surprised with the advances in Anon goggle lens.
The Anon Goggles lens have to be our favorite they seem to have just the right mix of light to protection ratio. Compared to some of the other goggles in the same price range like the Oakley A-Frame, and the or Electric goggles don’t seem to have the same clarity as the Realms. With all the talk of the spherical lens, the lens on the Anon Realms seem to be virtually distortion free.
The multi-layer foam offers a very very comfortable and work very well with RED helmet’s.
With goggles like the Smith I/O and other larger fitting goggles, the Anon Realms feel a little smaller on that some of the competition, and they don’t seem to be as compatible with helmets as the Smith goggle to helmet integration.
If you saw Shawn White in the 2011 X-Games with his but rocker outfit, the Realms would have fit his outfit perfect. Don’t tell Oakley we mentioned that, we don’t want their poster child wear Anon goggles instead of his Oakley A-Frames Goggles.
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