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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Electric's EG1s page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Stand at the top of the world and plan out your next line of attack through the Electric EG1s Goggle. With anti-fog and scratch resistant coating on the dual polycarbonate lens you get bombproof and clear vision enhancement. Totally helmet compatible, you don't have to worry about the dreaded gaper gap with these Electric goggles.

- Backcountry Outlet

For those with small faces and huge amounts of passion for style and functionality in a goggle, the Electric EG1s is for you. Don't let the smaller frame fool you, the EG1s packs a punch of peripheral vision and fog-free fun.

- Backcountry.com

The snow gods have been heaving on you for days, and you have the can't stop, won't stop attitude that Electric is inspired by. Your other friends have long since left with fogging goggles, but you still see the lines as if it were a bluebird day within this blizzard. The EG1s Goggle was built for days like this, as well as the next 200 hundred that you need them for. PRODUCT FEATURES: Ergonomic Frame Design Mold Injected Thermo-Plastic Urethane Frame 100% UV Protection Dual Spherical Polycarbonate Lens Anti-Fog and Anti-Scratch Hard Coating Contoured Triple Layer Face Foam 40mm Strap with Adjuster Articulating Strap For Helmet Compatibility Microfiber Goggle Bag Included

- Appalachian Outdoors

Inspired by Andreas Wiig renowned snowboarder, the Electric EG1S goggles combine function and durability to give you a goggle that won't quit.


Electric EG1s

previously retailed for:
$47.98 - $134.95

The Electric EG1s is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 11, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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