See what you've been missing.
When you're weaving through powder-filled trees and spotting landings on park jumps, you don't want any blind spots, so count on the oversized lens and unlimited peripheral vision of the Electric EG3 Goggle to help you stay aware of your surroundings. Lens venting and an anti-fog coating keeps your vision clear through the soggiest storm days, while an anti-reflective coating reduces blinding glare and prevents eye fatigue during bluebird park days. So no matter what conditions the day brings or what terrain you're shredding, ride confidently with the EG3 goggles on your team.
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- Unrestricted vision so you never miss a thing on the slopes
- Oversized spherical lens for wide field of view
- Super anti-fog coating keeps your view clear
- Triple-layer face foam offers comfortable fit
- Can be worn with or without a helmet
- Silicone grip keeps strap from slipping
- Lens venting prevents condensation buildup on inner lens
- Q & A
Electric for the win
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I’ve burned through a lot of goggles in my years. Finding a goggle that doesn’t fog, fits right with your helmet, and gives you great visibility is what you should expect from a good goggle—and would earn four stars.
What Electric does better than any other goggle I’ve rocked is the ease of switching up your lens. When you ride a lot you encounter a lot of different light conditions and you need versatility to get the most out of your day. You can literally swap lenses in these goggles in five seconds. And they have lots of lens options. I have the dark for sunny days, yellow for the overcast and flat light days, and clear for night riding. When you can switch lenses anytime it makes changing light a lot less of a problem. You can carry the spares in a pocket and change on the lift if you want to.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Feel like I'm the only one never complaining about fogged goggles. Think that says a lot! Made for larger faces and fit with just about every helmet.