Electric EG2.5 Goggles

Electric EG2.5 Goggles
Electric EG2.5 Goggles
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EG2.5 Goggles by Electric
Smaller faces still need wide lenses too. These goggles provide a huge field of vision, including enhanced peripheral clarity, with a design that's sized down for smaller faces. Their spherical lens shows you more and minimizes distortion, so you can stay safer and enjoy the view from your favorite hill.

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SKU: ELC007R
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