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When it comes to unrestricted vision, the Electric EG2 Lens is unparalelled by the competition. Kit-out your EG2's with the appropriate lenses for any day and any condition.

  • Visual Light Transmission (VLT) is the percentage of light which the lens allows to pass through it (the lower the percentage, the darker the lens)
  • Blue has 66% VLT: provides good contrast by filtering white light in cloudy, snowy, and low-light conditions
  • Clear has 82% VLT: primarily for night riding and very low light conditions
  • Grey-Polarized has 15% VLT: dramatically cuts glare on bright, sunny days without distortion
  • Orange-Silver Chrome has 66% VLT: orange tint increases depth perception and provides contrast, ideal for snowy days and partly cloudy days
  • Rose-Silver Chrome has 30% VLT: the rose tint filters blue light, creating contrast, ideal for flat light
  • Yellow-Silver Chrome has 67% VLT: creates contrast in flat light conditions when it's snowing, also good for night shredding

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4 5

Superb high light visibility

The grey polarized lens is awesome on blue bird days. You can barley tell you have a dark lens in because color transmission is 100% and there is no distortion from the curvature of the lens. However, a yellow, clear, rose, or other low light lens is a necessity if the clouds roll in because everything goes flat.

what kind of len should i use for...

what kind of len should i use for night?????

ps electric 2.0 are the best goggles

Best Answer Responded on

Hey Marco,

Out of the two that are available at the moment, the Orange...But a clear or yellow lens would be ideal for night riding.

Responded on

Definitely clear. Any that are nearly transparent would do ok, depending on how well lit your mountain is.

When will these be back in stock? Seems...

When will these be back in stock? Seems like they've been gone forever.

Best Answer Responded on


The ETA has actually come and gone so it's pretty much day-to-day from here on out.

Unanswered Question

I was looking for some Clear lenses to use...

I was looking for some Clear lenses to use during night time and low light conditions. Will backcountry stock up on those? I have the Bronze Gold Chrome which is terrible in low light conditions.

5 5

clears at night

i had only chrome lenses for my egs which were awesome until the sun went down. the clear or lighter color lenses are necessary for night skiing and the change is quick and easy

Responded on

yea bro I have the same problem, I have the Chrome and am looking for some Clear lenses for low light conditions but this website doesn't have any in stock :(

Unanswered Question

Can people see your eyes through these?...

Can people see your eyes through these? Or are they really chrome on the outside?

5 5

nice lens

needed to replace a broken lens from last year, went with the orange silver chrome, good all around lens especially in flat to low light conditions. good lens, great goggles.

Are these lens transparent?

Are these lens transparent?

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it would suck if they werent, then you wouldnt be able to see shit hahahahhhahahhahahha

So since it says orange chrome does that...

So since it says orange chrome does that mean that electric made an nontransparent orange lens? Or is it see through?

Best Answer Responded on

Every lense is see through lol. If they werent, then no body would wear them or we would all be dead from dropping off of cliffs from not being able to see lol

Responded on

I'm sure he is asking if someone can see his eyes. I have a chrome lens and it is mirrored on the outside. People can't see my eyes, but I can see them.