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Anon MFI Mesh Neck Warmer

Regular price $29.95
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23851 Via Fabricante Ste. 201
Mission Viejo, CA 92691

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Lightweight and versatile, this neck warmer provides UV coverage for sunny days and spring conditions. MFI compatibility ensures a seamless connection with your goggles.

The Anon MFI® Mesh Neck Warmer protects your face and neck from wind, sun, and cold with our exclusive magnetic connection that seals the face panel to any MFI-compatible Anon goggles. Ultra-lightweight mesh fabric offers the perfect amount of warmth for cool to mild conditions, along with breathable performance to prevent fogging. The magnets in this mask are easily removed for machine washing or when you choose to wear it with non-MFI goggles.

  • Relaxed fit provides unrestricted mobility
  • Ultra-lightweight mesh material
  • Compatible with the M3, M2, Relapse, Relapse Junior, and the (all new) Tracker 2.0. The M4 and Sync Goggles require the (gray) XL carrier for optimal fit.
  • Machine washable
  • Lifetime Warranty

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Nick M (Kansas City, Missouri)
No More Balaclavas

Super lightweight, can comfortably fit around my helmet straps and very breathable. Magnets keep it secure to my M2’ goggles and they easily come on and off. My only criticism would be that the wire piece itself seems like its a bit flimsy and would be better made from a firmer plastic or metal. But it hasn’t broken yet so 5/5

Light weight mask that doesn't fog up goggles

Anon's MFI mesh neck warmer really comes in clutch this season because of all the covid protocols. In all the high traffic areas of the resorts. (Lift lines, bathrooms, etc) we are required to wear masks over our nose. The fact that the mask integrates w the goggles that ks to the magnets I don't have to worry about the annoying soreness of loops around my ears. On the hill, I've never had the mask fog up my goggles which blows my mind everytime. Whether I need protection from the cold or just uv rays it's literally got me covered.