Electric Electrolite Goggles

Electric Electrolite Goggles
Electric Electrolite Goggles
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Electrolite Goggles by Electric
While they might not hydrate you, the Electric Electrolite Goggles do live up to their name by way of being the lightest goggles Electric has ever made. A fixed dual-cylindrical, thermo-formed lens delivers downright vast peripheral vision for eyeing up your lines before dropping, while the mold-injected EVA frame is as durable as it is lightweight for reliable performance every day. The compression-molded silicone strap locks your fit in comfortably and has integrated adjusters for quick fixes when you're on the move. Both anti-fog and anti-reflective coatings give you an unhindered view, while the helmet-compatible frame ensures you don't have to sacrifice safety. When the day comes to an end and you're headed home, wipe down these goggles with the included microfiber bag and toss them in there for safe keeping until next time. 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: ELC004T
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