Electric EGX Goggles

Electric EGX Goggles
Electric EGX Goggles
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EGX Goggles by Electric
Packing gobs of modern optics into an angular '80s-inspired frame, the Electric EGX Goggles provide killer distortion-free vision and enough style to choke a shark. If it wasn't obvious, the EXG sports extra-large cylindrical lenses, which give you tons of crystal-clear peripheral vision and feature anti-fog and anti-scratch coatings to make short work of steamy trams and tight tree runs. Electric also ensured the continued integrity of your retinas by making sure the lenses blocked 100% of UV rays. Inside the flexible-at-all-temperatures thermoplastic urethane frame, Electric layered up three different foams to form a comfortable seal around your face so you don't have to fight watery eyes when you're center-punching a big line or rallying down spring groomers Chinese-downhill style. The silicon-backed strap ensures that your frames sit securely on your domepiece, and the Press Seal technology makes swapping between the two included lenses as easy boning out a giant backside 3. 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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SKU: ELC005S
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