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Electric quality and style at a bank account-friendly price, the EGB Goggles provide premium optimal clarity and plush comfort for long days filled with the shred. Double-layer face foam on top of an ergonomically designed frame keep you smiling for hours while the 100% UV protection of the dual cylindrical lens keeps your eyes from boiling in your skull. Anti-fog coating and plenty of venting ensure you aren’t lost in a perpetual cloud as you make your way down the mountain. Electric designers made sure the EGB would get along with helmets so your vision wouldn’t have to suffer because you like having your head in one piece.

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4 5

"EGB" Ain't a Budget Goggle...

I was lucky enough to ride one of the first prototypes of this goggle. I don't know why I was so stoked on it, Maybe because it looked simple and had rad lines or maybe because it was gray but regardless of the reason I was stoked when I put it on and rode a good solid day up in Canada (Wet and Warm) with them.

I've been used to the EG2, That is a rad goggle but sometimes just a little too big for certain stuff. When I put the EGB on I was surprised at how large the viewing area was given the small frame. The other thing I was surprised at was the ventilation on these goggles. The mesh is lighter weight which allows them to breath better then the denser foam packed styles. It's a damn good thing too because I was sweating my ass cheeks off. Even still no fog up. Thats a big selling feature for me. Over all I think this is the best Goggle you can get for under $60.00. They did a great job on the look, A great job on the function, and an awesome job on the price. This ain't a budget goggle... It's an inexpensive necessity that you'd be an idiot to pass up. I guarantee if you slap a pair on your face you'll be pumped.