| $80.90 - $101.90
|$80.97 - $110.97
|$80.97 - $110.97
|$80.97 - $110.97
|$81.99 - $101.99
|$127.94 - $135.94
|$134.95 - $184.95
Electric EG2 Goggle: The EG2 has been described as a widescreen HDTV for the mountains, giving you more sight on the mountain. This goggle has been constructed with less frame and an oversized lens to enhance your peripheral vision on the slopes.
Ergonomic Frame Design.
Mold Injected Thermo-Plastic Urethane Frame.
100% UV Protection.
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.
43mm Strap with Adjuster.
Helmet Compatible Frame.
Microfiber Goggle Bag Included.
Available With Polarized LensesElectric EG2 Goggles:
It's hard to imagine how we viewed the mountain before the Electric EG2 goggle. Were we all squinting? Since its inception, the EG2 has a pure and simple goal—reduce the frame size, increase vision to HD status, and do it all with obscene amounts of style.
EG2 is the first goggle that gives you more of what you need, sight. Less frame and an oversized lens allows for superior peripheral vision. A step forward that will change the way you see the mountains, literally. EG2 is your widescreen HDTV for the mountains.
|Coating:||Super A/R Coating Anti-Reflective Technology|
|Face Size:||medium to large|
|Foam:||Contoured triple layer face foam|
|Frame:||Ergonomic Mold Injected Thermo plastic urethane frame design|
|Frame Features:||Thermoplastic Urethane Frame and Nose Bridge Slits Eye Black Triple Layer Face Foam Frame Ventilation|
|Goggle Features:||Spherical Lens Dual Lens Anti-Fog Helmet Compatible Triple Layer Face Foam Thermal Hard Case|
|Lens:||Oversized Dual Spherical Polycarbonate Lens|
|Lens Features:||Dual Lens Inner Lens/Pressure Valve AR Coating Anti-Fog Hard Coating Lens Ventilation 100% UVA/UVB Protection Spherical Lens|
|Recommended Use:||skiing, snowboarding|
|Size:||Medium to Large|
|Strap:||43mm Strap with Adjuster|
|UV Protection:||100% UV Protection|
|Electric EG2 Polarized Goggles||$104.99 - $122.94|
|Electric EG2 Snowboard Goggles||$101.83 - $111.95|
|Electric EGB2 Goggles||$53.90 - $139.95|
|Electric EG2 Peter Line Goggles||$119.92|
Love these EG2 goggles. Before purchasing them, I took a hard look at the Smith I/O goggles. The frame sizes are comparable between the EG2 and the I/O, and the lens/optics quality seemed to be the same.
I opted for the Electric EG2 because I preferred the color combinations and having a little bit more of the frame visible than the I/O. Some other points of comparison:
Unlike the I/O, the EG2 goggle does not come with a 2nd lens. The EG2 does come with a decent softshell case. Swapping out lenses seems easier to do on the I/O frame, but the EG2 isn't difficult once you have located each of the 6 contact points were the lens snaps into the frame. I went ahead and purchased a 2nd lens for overcast conditions in the yellow/silver chrome.
The only minor complaint I have with the product is that I wish the strap were slightly longer (maybe an inch). I've paired the EG2 with a Giro Seam helmet (size Large)... with the strap running over the helmet... I have the EG2 strap loosened as far as possible and it is almost too short.
These goggles are sweet. They definitely are big, like everyone else has said. They fit very well with a Bern Baker XL Hardhat, and okay with a G10. You definitely need a big face to wear these. I wear a 7 3/8 - 7 1/2 fitted and it seems if my head was any smaller there would be a gap at the nose. For that reason alone is why I gave it 4 stars. So long that you keep the gaps between your face and the foam very limited, there shouldn't be any fogging issues. I love the fact that they come with a hardshell case with vents and a microfiber sack so I dont have to stress over scratching them. The graphics on the Singularity are siiickkk. Im glad they fit well under my bern. Im also stoked that they look so good without a helmet too. Definitely keeping these and if you want some big ol' goggles, I definitely recommend these. I was between these and the Dragon APX. Just based on the price I decided to try the EG2s first. Glad I grabbed these.
Ordered these and the Zeal Levels for comparison... Both are huge on field of view.
Took them both up on a sunny day for some shredding... While both lenses are great, the EG2's fit my nose and cheeks best. That was basically the determining factor. Never had any issues with fog while wearing a balaclava like I have had with other goggles. Don't even need to wipe with an anti-fog cloth.
I love the Black/Bronze/Silver Chrome lens for sunny days and have since ordered the Yellow/Silver Chrome lens for cloudy days.
The field of view is beyond any other standard goggle... I can't even see the top of the frame when I look up and can barely see the sides of the frame.
They also fit perfectly with a helmet on.
I have been wearing these for three seasons now and i can't say enough good things about them. The fogged up once because i had let it snow inside the goggles otherwise they have been fog free, and the peripheral vision is unbeatable.
These goggles are great, my face is pretty skinny and they fit well. great field of vision, and they come with a legit carrying case so they won't get scratched up. They look awesome too
These guys are pretty sweet. Wide range of vision with no restrictions on your peripheral vision. Don't fog up so def a plus.
Pretty well known fact that these goggles provide the most comprehensive field of vision for any goggle on the market. They were a bit tough to get used to using them under a helmet. I found that the already big frames sagged a bit once my helmet was on. I also ran into a few issues where they fogged up on me pretty bad. I would def. recommend this goggle to anyone riding mostly sunny conditions, just because that would eliminate the fog issue I had. Overall i really did like the goggles, it made it a bit tough going back to my original goggles.