Features: -Over the Glasses
-UV 400 Protection
-Dual Layer Lens for extra durability
-3 layer foam
-Magnetic Lens System
Functionality: The Outdoor Master Pro goggles come with an easy-to-use magnetic system. The goggles come off quite easily once you get the hang of it- but not too easily. You still have to grab the lens at the right angle and pull, rather than any which way (which is a good thing!). I haven't had any trouble with the lenses coming off when I don't want them to, however, I have not experienced a bad fall which may sacrifice this either. The lenses pop right back on when you hold them up to the correct position putting you right back in business in seconds if you need to switch out lens' per condition.
I haven't done too much hiking in these yet, but regardless I haven't had any issues with fogging. I've tested them in weather from -20F to 20F and in some light snow and the goggles have stayed clear in each scenario.
Optics: The plain sight view of these lenses (I tested the Colorful and Blue Lenses), looking straight ahead was exceptionally clear. The only part I had problems with was the peripheral sides of the lenses slightly distorted the light.
Talk about bang for your buck!! I've used the similar WM1 from Anon ($200 +) for over 100 days and while I would still say the optics on the Anons are clearer, these are an awesome cheaper alternative. I would recommend these goggles to your average weekend skier as both a reliable and an affordable option!