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  • Electric - EG3 Goggle with Bonus Lens - X Volcom Jet Black
  • Electric - EG3 Goggle with Bonus Lens - Royal Blue/Brose Blue Chrome-Light Green Bonus Lens
  • Electric - EG3 Goggle with Bonus Lens - Hunter Green/Brose-Light Green Bonus Lens
  • Electric - EG3 Goggle with Bonus Lens - Elephant/Brose Red Chrome-Light Green Bonus Lens
  • Electric - EG3 Goggle with Bonus Lens - Dark Camo/Jet Black-Light Green Bonus Lens
  • Electric - EG3 Goggle with Bonus Lens - Trout/Brose Blue Chrome-Light Green Bonus Lens
  • Electric - EG3 Goggle with Bonus Lens - Red/Yellow Splatter/Brose Red Chrome-Light Green Bonus Lens

Electric EG3 Goggle with Bonus Lens

$219.95 - $239.95

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    • X Volcom Jet Black, One Size
      $229.95
    • Royal Blue/Brose Blue Chrome-Light Green Bonus Lens, One Size
      $239.95
    • Hunter Green/Brose-Light Green Bonus Lens, One Size
      $239.95
    • Elephant/Brose Red Chrome-Light Green Bonus Lens, One Size
      $239.95
    • Dark Camo/Jet Black-Light Green Bonus Lens, One Size
      $219.95
    • Trout/Brose Blue Chrome-Light Green Bonus Lens, One Size
      $239.95
    • Red/Yellow Splatter/Brose Red Chrome-Light Green Bonus Lens, One Size
      $239.95
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    7 Reviews

    Details

    No more riding blind.

    Spotting your landing when you're pulling around the third rotation of a triple cork is hard enough, but try it when your goggles are obscuring your vision—good luck. Electric built the EG3 Goggle with a massive lens and frameless design to help you see where you're going to stomp and hooked it up with a Press Seal interchangeable lens system so you can take out your low lights and throw in the blackout lenses when the sun pops from behind the clouds. The dual spherical lenses are treated with Super Anti-Fog and Anti-Scratch coatings to keep things crystal clear, and also block 100% of UV rays to protect the delicate flowers that are your corneas.

    Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

    • Dual spherical polycarbonate lens
    • 100% UV protection
    • Press Seal interchangeable lens system
    • Thermoplastic urethane frame
    • Super Anti-Fog and Anti-Scratch coatings
    • Triple-layer face foam
    • Silicone-backed strap
    • Item #ELC001Y

    Tech Specs

    Lens
    dual spherical polycarbonate
    Interchangeable Lens
    yes
    Technical Features
    Super Anti-Fog treatment, Anti-Scratch coating
    Frame
    thermoplastic urethane
    Face Size
    large
    Strap
    silicon backed
    Recommended Use
    snowboarding, skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Visibility comparison

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I tried these goggles on in a store and compared them with the EG2. I found the EG3 to have a small but noticeable amount of less vision. Keep in mind, the EG2 have the widest visibility i've ever seen. The snap on lens is simple to line up and push in, and the hold is very strong.

    Perfect goggles

      I had a pair of Oakley Flight decks which I found to be frustrating to swap out lenses on the go. EG3s are the best of the field in this regard. Mine came with dark smoke lens which are cool in strong sun but blind as a bat when heavy weather rolls in. The light green (included) or rose blue chrome lens (separate purchase) goes in in as about as much time to pop the lens off. So simple and the ziplock seal is incomparable. Field of vision, comfort, style, function all perfect. Great job, Electric.

      Schweet Goggles

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I got these for my husband. Here's what he had to say in his own words:

      These goggles are awesome! I was a little worried about the oversize frame not fitting my face/helmet (I have a Smith Maze in Medium). Boy was I wrong! They fit perfectly and line up like a dream with this particular helmet. Haven't used the low light lens yet but glad it came with so it's there when I do need it. Fogging has been a non-issue and the field of vision is fantastic. Highly recommended!

      Big improvement on EG2

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Jimmy's reviews were spot on. I also owned the EG2 and these EG3's are a continuation of what I liked about the EG2: huge lens. Additionally, the seal on the edges are much better and the advertised easy lens change is true. Typically companies try to do to much to improve a line of products, but Electric did a great job on the EG3.

      Great new additon to the Electric goggle

      The EG3 the similar in size and new version of the EG series from Electric will not disappoint. The big difference from the EG2 and the majority of the electric goggle line is that the EG3 uses a suction technology to hold the lens into place on the frame. This is fairly easy to pop in and out and change lens and just as any goggle once the frame it self breaks in a little, it gets easier with everytime you do it. I have the EG2 since it's inception and this is for sure a great new version. You won't be bummed and the fit is as good if not better. Fits with any helmet and i've never had a problem with either lens and frame. Foam is comfy and provides great perif vision. I hope you enjoyed the review and helps you make a decision.



      -Jimmy

      Great new additon to the Electric goggle

      EG3 Goggles

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Great goggles! Super comfortable and a huge range of view. The jet black/tropic color are extremely dark, but the bonus lens (which is light green) is a good alternative for darker days and night riding. The lenses stick out a bit far from your face which helps to keep the view angle wide.



      The head band has rubber lining the inside which helps to keep the goggles in place with out having to tighten them very much. I would definitely recommend them!

      Unanswered Question

      Can any body tell me where the ionized/mirror coating has been applied on the filtered lens - is it on the outside face of the lens or is it in between the two lens layers? I ask because on a previous goggle I bought, the mirror coating was applied to the outside face of the lens and it wasn't long at all before this coating became scratched to the point where the lens was trashed. This was a little upsetting so I wont buy another goggle with an ionized lens unless the lens is coated between the two lens layers. Hopefully that is the case with these!

      could I choose color of bonus lens?

      so the google only comes with one lens not an additional night lens on top of the chrome lens..?

      This goggles comes with two separate lens colors. The lens pictured on the goggle should come with that colorway and then they also provide a low light lens so they work in both conditions. For night riding i recommend that you get a non-filtered lens (clear) because getting a colored lens for night time can mess with your eyes and may make you feel disoriented if you take them on and off.



      Colored lenses basically change the light waves before they hit your eyes. In very low light or artificial light conditions it takes more time for your eyes to adjust once you take your goggles off, or put them back on.

      Hi, I can't seem to find these goggles in my home town and was wondering if anybody has tried the fit with a Smith Vantage helmet. Thanks!