2010 Model No Longer Available
Anon Figment Goggle - 2010 BCS
Wrap the legendary Anon Figment Goggle around your eyes and see the future. Peer into other dimensions or tap into the Figment's X-Ray vision mode. Unfortunately the instructions are written in French, but you'll probably be able to figure it all out. In the mean time, use the Figment for snowboarding. That's what they do best, anyway.
Talk shop with all the gear freaks out there: ask 'em questions, upload/browse photos, and give your 2¢.
Will these fit over glasses?
Will these fit over glasses?
January 23, 2011
I'm not sure if they will, but I know the Realm googles will, check them out here; http://www.backcountry.com/anon-realm-goggle
By: Wooden Robots
January 24, 2011
Overall, just Ok
February 19, 2011
The frames are a good size, and fit probably a large segment of faces. The frames are of good quality and don't have any functionality issues.
My only complaint comes from the lenses. Taking a lens out and putting a different one in is brutal. It takes alot of force and time to change a lens.
in paticular the nubs on the bottom of the frame are the ones that are borderline impossible to get into the lens when changing.
January 17, 2011
These goggles are great. I wear them with a rather large helmet and they fit it fine, or can be worn on a hat. They came with the red solex lens which are great for bright sunny days but not the greatest for low light or cloudy days. I would highly recommend the Red Ice lens for those low light days. The goggles themselves have never fogged on me and fit my medium to large face very well.
Figment of my imagination
October 30, 2010
I'v had these for about 2 winters now in all conditions,and they are durable and hold up well and fit my face nicely. After two seasons of abuse they now have a scratch or two on the lens but that is more due to my negligence than any durability issues. I occasionally have some fogging issues but thats very rare. I prefer the fit of my smith goggles a little better, but make no mistake these are a great pair of goggles. I would definitely consider buying these again.
October 15, 2010
These were my goggle of choice for many years before finally switching to smith goggles. Figments fit my face really well, and are probably the most durable goggles i've ever had. I've yet to break a lens on one of these. The only time these goggles fog is walking inside on a cold day (duh). Definitely worth the money,and with all the different designs you can't go wrong.
Drop a cliff, not your bank
September 28, 2010
Why spend $150+ on a pair of goggles when the Figment's have more steeze than your fashionable aunt with drawn on eyebrows? From skittle gangsters to the old school, beer bellied washed up 80's punks you're bound to find a variant that fits your 'tude. If you really know what's up, you'll be murdered out with the Respect/Gold Chrom on those sunny days so lil groms think "who's behind those lenses?".
Lowlight powder day? Put in the blue lagoon lenses and float through your own powpow-lagoon bliss.
August 20, 2010
he Figment has a Panoramic profile lens that is De-centered which means it is thicker in the middle and thinner on the edges to reduce distortion and enhance optical clarity. In laymen's terms - it is better for you eyes and vision. All anon goggles have a multilayered scratch resistant coating that extends the life of the lens. These lenses also protect your eyes from 100% UVA, UBA, and UVC rays. Really comfortable, a Team favorite.
August 16, 2010
The Figment has a Panoramic profile lens that is De-centered which means it is thicker in the middle and thinner on the edges to reduce distortion and enhance optical clarity. In laymen's terms - it is better for you eyes and vision. All anon goggles have a multilayered scratch resistant coating that extends the life of the lens. These lenses also protect your eyes from 100% UVA, UBA, and UVC rays. Really comfortable, a Team favorite.