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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Electric's EG.5 page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Oversized sunglasses may be the biggest craze on the beach but when you hit the mountain you need a frame that fits, like the Electric's smaller EG.5 LTD Goggles. The Limited Edition keeps a fresh look while including the tech features you need for a comfy day riding, like UV protection and anti-fog coatings. Electric's triple-layer face-foam gives your face the super-cush you want super-bad.

- Backcountry Outlet

Sized for small faces but with the same wide lens that you've come to love in the EG1 series, the Electric EG.5 snow goggles offer excellent optical performance for your mountain adventures.

- REI

Electric developed the EG. 5 Goggle to cover all the technical bases of what a goggle should do, gave it the right sizing for riders with small faces, and then injected it with some extra style. With super-comfortable triple-layer contoured face foam, an anti-fog and anti-fog lens coating, and helmet-friendly design, the EG. 5 gets it done, and then some.

- Backcountry.com

Offering the same style and features as the EG1 goggles, the Electric EG.5 Goggles are made for smaller faces. The cylindrical lens has an anti-fog and anti-scratch hard coating and provides 100% UV protection. Comfy, moisture-wicking, triple-layer face foam contours to fit your face and an ergonomic frame has an articulating strap to fit perfectly with your helmet. Included with these sick snowboarding and skiing goggles are a bonus lens and a microfiber bag to help keep em safe.

- Altrec Outlet

Electric EG.5

previously retailed for:
$27.98 - $103.93

The Electric EG.5 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 16, 2015 at REI.

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