About Electric EG3 Ski Goggles - Extra Lens
Closeouts. The next generation in a frameless, oversize-lens goggle, these Electric EG3 ski goggles offer world-class optics via an Electric Press SEAL system to ensure an airtight lens-to-frame seal.
Specs about Electric EG3 Ski Goggles - Extra Lens
- Lens style: Double
- Lens type: Spherical
- UV blocking: 100% UVA,100% UVB
- Extra lens included: 1
- Strap style: Dual adjustable
- Ventilation: Frame and lens
- Fit: Medium
- Light transmission: 13% Lens 1;70% Lens 2
- Helmet compatible: Yes
- Weight: 4.8 oz.
- Strap material: Elastic
- Frame material: Polyurethane
- Lens material: Polycarbonate
- Recommended use: Snow sports
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ski the East from Vermont on Tuesday, February 28, 2017Excellent lenses, high volume with big view range. Easy to change lenses make it convenient, but the goggle bag doesn't have a separate section for the extra lens, so you need to get another bag for that if you want to bring both to the mountain. Frames are super comfortable over or under helmet. These fit larger faces well, would overwhelm small faces.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jovana from New York on Sunday, February 26, 2017Oversatisfied.Best googles ive ever had. Dont mist at all! I recommend this brand of googles to everyone. The sight is perfect with them. Electric googls are wooow.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mark from South Florida - skiing at Mammoth on Wednesday, February 1, 2017Comfortable design, light weight yet durable. The lenses are tremendous. I used my sale price cost savings to buy a third lense direct from the EG3. The vacume lenses system is seriously impressive, very easy to switch up lense. I have only good things to say about this purchase. The deal maker for me was when I found this on the EG3 website for twice the price.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Utah Skiier from Utah on Monday, January 9, 2017Really good clarity and the Brose works very well in flat light. The gasket is comfortable and they defog quickly (I ride gondolas and usually have them up on the helmets, which causes fogging). So, good air circulation without any leaks around the gasket.
The second lense make them an awesome value. Plus, they come with a thick microfiber bag/cloth. Electric really provides a lot of quality.
The only reason I took one star off was that they feel a little small. These replaced some Scott OTGs, which had a wider FOV. But these are a much better goggle than those and a much better deal at STP prices.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Hot chocolate from PNW on Wednesday, December 28, 2016I was able to snag two pairs of these at an impeccable price (75 a piece)! Now at that price it's probably the best value for a pair of goggles on the internet. Sure you can buy very comparable knock offs for a fraction of the price, but it came down to me wanting these goggles to last a long time and leaving the option open to buy new lenses down the road (and know with confidence they'd fit). The frameless design has the benefit of easily wiping off snow after you spill it headfirst, really quite a boon. The design allows for great peripheral vision. With the many positives about these goggles I will say that they do feel situated far off your face which takes some getting used to and I would have expected a touch more vertical viewing. Not totally perfect in my opinion but pretty close. And again for the price it's really a top notch option. Don't spend more on other name brand goggles that really won't be able to provide more than these!
Question & Answer
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It depends, but probably not. I have a slightly wider than normal face and the gaskets are just outside of the corners of my eyes and the lenses are pretty close. I have a pair of medium frame Wiley X wrap arounds and another small frame Ray Ban. Neither will fit under these goggles. Even if they did the gasket wouldn't seal (Wiley X has plastic arms, Ray Ban thin metal).
You're best bet is to get OTG goggles or wear contacts. I choose contacts because even with quality OTG goggles, your glasses can fog, especially if you do a lot of climbing.
These are not listed as being eyeglass compatible.
“What lens color works well for low light conditions? and what light condition is the spare lens good for”
Electric has a lens guide on their page for these goggles. You can find it here: http://www.electriccalifornia.com/snow/eg3-snow-goggles.html