Electric EG3.5 Goggles with Bonus Lens

Electric EG3.5 Goggles with Bonus Lens
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EG3.5 Goggles with Bonus Lens by Electric
Price subject to change | SKU: ELC003W

Electric EG3.5 Goggles with Bonus Lens

See that green thing down there' Shred down towards it, boost off that white blob just to the right, bang a Larry around the gray chunk, and stop before you blast through that pile of bright red and blue things. Yeah, ripping a line is hard if your goggles are so scratched and foggy that you can't really see where you're going, so Electric hooked the EG3. 5 Goggles up with tons of tech to keep your eyes clear and your line visible. A smaller version of the standard EG3, the EG3. 5 has the same dual-layer spherical lens, Super Anti-Fog coating, and anti-scratch treatment, so even moist spring days and steamy tram rides won't leave you feeling like you've developed sudden cataracts. The lens also offers 100% UV protection, so your corneas won't be seared by the sun, and it's tucked into a thermoplastic urethane frame that stays comfortable and flexible even in low temperatures, so a a frigid pow day doesn't mean you'll be fighting uncomfortable gogs. Electric also hooked up three-layer face foam on the inside of the frame to form a snug seal around your face to lock out eye-watering drafts, and it backed the adjustable strap with a silicon bead to hold it firmly in place when you're wearing it with a helmet. 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.

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