FIRST IMPRESSIONS: It’s not an optical illusion; the Mig’s lenses are as big and bold as they look in photos. While the larger lens is not for everyone, it does allow for decent peripheral vision on the slopes. As with all goggles, we recommend shopping with helmet fit in mind (unless you’re buying both pieces new from the same manufacturer). These goggles lack the typical rubber found on the back of the strap that can keep them from sliding around your hat or helmet.

FAVORITE FEATURES: A magnetic face mask is the feature you never thought you’d need. That is, until wind and snow are blasting your bare skin. anon.'s magnetic technology allows you to easily add or lose the included facemask (we do not suggest or endorse using the facemask as cover during activities other than skiing or snowboarding). The Mig comes with an extra lens to cover you in a variety of light conditions, and changing them is a manual process, though relatively easy. However, we feel anon.'s Magna-Tech instant lens change system is a huge improvement over the standard lens system and worth the upgrade if you don’t mind the extra cost.

MANUFACTURER DESCRIPTION: anon. Spherical Lens Technology, Magnetic Facemask Integration (MFI included), ICT (Integral Clarity Technology), triple layer face foam, lightweight thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) frame, spare Graybird lens included.