The Anon Helix 2.0 is a snowboarding goggle made by Anon, for more company information click on the previous link and I’ll have a full list of their products. The company itself is owned by Burton which almost anybody has heard of.
Personally, I feel Burton is overpriced, but don’t feel the same way about Anon. While the Anon M4 seems very expensive, there’s a lot of technology built into them. This particular base model is the culmination of experimenting for years.
One of the better aspects of these snow goggles is their price. They’re inexpensive, but by no means are they cheap. This model of goggles has been tried and tested for years, and that means they work.
Anon Helix 2.0 Goggle Stats:
- They Are Helmet Compatible
- Fit Small To Medium Size faces
- Cylindrical Lenses (Click Here For More Info On Lenses)
- Full Perimeter Vent Channels (For Fog Reduction)
Overall, if you’re jumping into the world of snowboarding or skiing. These are great entry-level goggles for you. They won’t come with all the bells and whistles, but they’ll save you some money, which is a plus all around.
For me personally, I own a pair of Helix 2.0s and really enjoy them. They were a quick buy on a snowy day when my Zionor Goggles started to fog up on me. I’ve enjoyed them ever since. My only regret is not getting another lens color to go with them.
So let’s recap, the Helix 2.0 Goggles are great for beginners and people who’d like to save money. When you save money, you can shred longer, or buy other gear like bindings and boots.
For a full list of lens colors and what they do, check out my snowboarding goggle lens guide here.
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