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Do you see?

Pick up a new weapon in the fight against changing light conditions. The Electric EG1s Lens offers visual clarity on a wavelength that you have yet to experience.

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5 5

Great goggle upgrade

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I got a new lens for my goggles because my old one was cracked, scratched and the double lens seal was giving out. The red chrome has a yellow tint unlike other companies chrome lenses that have a very dark sunglass like tint. I prefer this because they work just fine in flat light and sun. Sometimes they fog but all goggles will do that depending on conditions. If you find your goggles are fogging in the middle of your day, try putting them inside your jacket as close to your body as possible while going up the chair to warm them up. Also, pop out the lens after a day in wet conditions so it can dry fully!

Great goggle upgrade

Do these fit in Andreas wiigs? his eg1...

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Do these fit in Andreas wiigs? his eg1 models?

4 5

I can see!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Got the yellow/blue chrome for those overcast, snowy, and night skiing instances.

3 5

Usable

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Does what it claims. Only Downside is that these lenses can accumulate Moisture between the dual lens leading to some fogging.
If you can avoid this then they work like magic.
Very easy to change in/out

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To get rid of that problem you just need to pop it out of the frame and leave it in a warm dry place! I pop out just the top of my lens after every time I use the goggles in less than dry conditions for preventative measures.