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Electric EG1 Goggle

$104.95

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  • V.Co-Lab/Bronze Silver Chrome, One Size
    $104.95

Killer curvilinear crafting.

This is the one that started it all. When Electric first set sail, it was the Kip Arnette and Peter Line-designed EG1 Goggle that made waves. Minus the minor tweaks and technical improvements over the years, the EG1 boasts the same indelible style and functionality, and is still rocked by Electric's pros.

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.

  • Cylindrical lens shaping proven peripheral vision and comfort
  • 100% UV protection blocks harmful rays trying to destroy your gaze
  • Anti-fog and anti-scratch coating keeps vision clear and protects from scratches caused by run-ins with gear
  • Ergonomic frame constructed from cold-weather resistant injection-molded TPU
  • Contoured triple-layer face foam conforms to your face and wicks moisture to bring comfort to your sensitive mug
  • 40mm strap adjusts to fit simply and effectively—even with your gloves on
  • Helmet-compatible shaping fits seamlessly under the brim of all helmet types
  • Item #ELC0658

Frame Material
polyurethane
Helmet Compatible
yes
Eyeglass Compatible
no
Polarized Lens
yes
Ventilation
lens
Face Size
small to medium
Recommended Use
skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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>Rating: 3

Reliable!

I treat these goggles like a cheap whore... A spare to lend my friends, Tossed around in the back of my truck, left out with no protection... And it just keeps on giving... The only scratching going on here is on my noggin at all the punishment it takes and still lasts longer than others. I had to give it props. Only issues... it's clunky and easier to fog than most. Kinda like the ol' school Volvo of snowboard goggles.

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Are both lenses polarized?

Are both lenses polarized?

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I'm looking for all around lense color for...

I'm looking for all around lense color for my 15 year old daughter?

These goggles are designed for a small/medium size face so would probably fit her well. A lens classified as bronze (or a shade of) would be best for all-around use.