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Anon Figment Replacement Lens - 2008 BCS
Did you scratch your Anon Figment lenses on a burly tree run? Do you need a lens for flat light? No worries. Pop in the Anon Figment Replacement Lens and get back on the mountain. Anonís Air Lock design stops fogging so you can get back to shredding. Hook up the proper Figment Replacement Lens for fog-free vision, and improved vision in various conditions. Fall 2008.
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May 22, 2009
I love the Gold Chrome Lens, its almost perfect for every condition. And they look sick asweel.
what lens are best color for night riding, trying to find clear
what lens are best color for night riding, trying to find clear but cant seem to.
By: nathan woodsum
December 28, 2008
Clear is the best, and some goggle companies do make clear replacement lenses. Out of these lens choices, yellow would be best followed by gold.
December 29, 2008
January 12, 2009
The yellow lens is the absolute best color I've ever used. I ski in Vermont where conditions are often cloudy and overcast. The yellow lens actually amplifies your field of vision so you can more easily focus on terrain features. The lens does the same thing for night skiing. If you typically ski mountains where the sun is shining, go with a mirrored lens, but a yellow lens is always good to have in your repertoire.
what is better for low / flat light clear or yellow???
what is better for low / flat light clear or yellow??? and which one would be better for night???
December 2, 2008
Yellow is better for flat light, it helps define bumps in the snow. Clear is obviously best for night, as it allows all available light to reach your eyes.
By: Aaron Wilbur
December 3, 2008
Me in Val Thorens
By: Christian Steinbakken
May 22, 2009
Anon Figment with Gold Chrome. The sickest lenses I've ever used. Excuse my English, im from Norway, and I rip.
February 24, 2009
Nice for the condition...Killington is always overcast and these lenses felt like it was Sunny outside..Perfect for the overcast conditions...
generally fog, but...
November 30, 2008
I have lived through a few seasons with the figments, love the style and fit, but generally have had problems with the lenses fogging. They seem to be fine for the first 8-10 days on a brand new lens, but after that something seems to happen and they incessantly fog up. This got bad enough that I would carry a replacement lens with me so when they fogged, I could switch the lens on the hill. However, I recently got the yellow lens for low light conditions, and after one day, so far so good, no fogging, so we will see how they perform. General advice, be very careful not to touch the inside of the lens with anything and hope for the best.
snowbording just got a whole new look
November 7, 2008
i bought a clear lens for these and i put it in my old goggles so i could use them for night riding... the replacement took less than a minute and my old goggles were like new! i actually ended up taking back my new goggles and just buying a good lens for daytime riding and i just keep the lenses interchangeable. all in all if you want to fix what really matters about your goggles without actually buying new ones then this is the thing to do.