Electric Visual EG2 Snow Goggles
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- Oversized Dual Spherical Polycarbonate Lens
- Super Anti-Fog and Anti-Scratch Hard Coating
- Super A/R Coating Anti-Reflective Technology
- Contoured Triple Layer Face Foam
- 100% UV Protection
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Less frame and an oversized lens allows you superior peripheral vision.
Electric Visual's EG2 has a minimalist frame and oversized lens, enabling excellent peripheral vision, helping you see more of what's around you while you're riding down the mountain.
- Ergonomic frame design
- Mold-injected thermo-plastic urethane frame
- 100% UV protection
- Oversized dual spherical polycarbonate lens
- Anti-fog and anti-scratch hard coating
- Anti-reflective coating
- Contoured, triple-layer face foam
- 43-millimeter strap with adjuster
- Helmet-compatible frame
- Includes microfiber goggle bag
Electric Visual snow goggles include a limited one-year manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
About Electric Visual
Electric Visual is a premium sunglass, snow goggle, clothing, and accessories founded in San Clemente, California in January of 2000 by Kip Arnette, Bruce Beach, and Mike Carter. Electric officially launched its first products at the SIA SNOW show in Las Vegas in March of 2000, where the company sold hats, T-shirts, and stickers with the now-iconic "volt" logo on it. The first three sunglass styles were delivered in July 2000, and the first snow goggle frame, the EG1, was delivered the week before Christmas that same year.
Some of the world's best-known athletes sport Electric gear. Surfers Luke Egan, Matt Hoy, Dave Rastovich, and Ozzie Wright have been Electric team riders since the company began, as have snow legends Peter Line and Axel Pauporte. Snowboard X-Games Gold Medalist Andreas Wiig and freestyle skier Tanner Rainville lead the snow team, and skateboarder Bam Margera helped make Electric a household name on MTV. NASCAR superstar Kyle “Rowdy” Busch has been with Electric since he was “Rookie of the Year” in 2005.
Color: Gloss Black | Lens Color: Bronze/Silver Chrome
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These EG2's are wide enough for my "99th percentile" face, and still provide great peripheral view to the sides and down. I have the yellow/chrome lenses for flat and low light, and the polarized gray for sunny days.
Quick shout out to BC Surf and Sport--great brick-and-mortar store that let me try on a bunch of goggles before buying on Amazon. I was up front with the salesman that I would probably use Amazon, and he very cheerfully gave me great advice and service. I only bought one pair of goggles without trying them on first, and won't make that mistake again.
4 stars because, even at about half MSRP, $92 for the yellow goggles plus $75 for the polarized replacement lens, they're still just goggles. I hate paying so much for a fashion accessory when all I want is the function.
If you have to buy your pillows at a special store to fit your sputnik-like head, then try these goggles on at your local shop. Don't let my huge head deter you if you are more human size--plenty of other reviews from you normals also say these goggles fit well.
I was surprised that the goggles come in a soft drawstring bag like many goggles, but also are inside a zippered hard case. The case is shaped for the goggles and has ventilation holes in the bottom. I really like having this to store my goggles in between trips and for the off season.
It doesn't come with extra lenses but I didn't expect it to. I was amazed on how nice the colors were when I wore it.
It does what it's supposed to:
Protect your eyes from sun
allows you to look cool.
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They were on sale online, but in actuality were sold out :(