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why dont you's carry the bronze/red chrome replacement lens I scratched mine really bad and would like the same lens
By: bronson chretien
January 21, 2013
February 13, 2013
At the beginning of the season I purchased Electric EG2 goggles and I love them. The mirror lens are one of the reasons I bought them and the bubble lens are awesome. However, when I am wearing the mirror lens at night I can barely see, and not being able to see hitting rails and jumps is less than ideal. So, i suggest a pair of clear lens for night time riding!
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December 10, 2012
As always DogFunk.com had my order to me in just 2 days. Excited to put the new Blue lens (per Electric Visual "Best used in flat light conditions (cloudy/snow)") to work, I headed up to Beaver Creek for a overcast/cloudy day of riding. Unfortunately this Lens (Blue) was poor performers. I was really bummed but DogFunk Liz quickly submitted an R/A for the Blue lens and instantly processed a new order for the yellow replacement lens. I'll let you know how they fair after another cloudy/snowy day of riding.
Is there a big difference between yellow and yellow/chrome in terms of flat light and night riding?
December 27, 2011
Is there anybody out there that can help w/ lens colors?
December 17, 2011
What color lens is best for overcast,sunset to night skiing? Can anyone please help?
December 17, 2011
Unless you have a photochromic/transition lens that changes depending on the light (which Electric doesn't have), there isn't really a perfect day/night lens. That being said though, a Bronze lens is pretty versatile, and should get you through most of the day, whether it's sunny or cloudy. Once the sun starts to fall, and there's a lot more flat light present, you'd really want either a Rose or a Yellow lens - neither of which are very steezy, unfortunately. And for true night riding, either the Yellow or a Clear lens are absolutely necessary.
So, while it's not ideal for total bluebird days or night riding, I would recommend the Yellow/Silver Chrome lens to you - good for everything in-between; those cloudy days, and flat early evening light.
By: Zach Pina
December 19, 2011