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Does the EG2.5 lens fit into the EG2...
Does the EG2.5 lens fit into the EG2 goggles?
No, the EG 2.5 Lens is a little bigger.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
The EG2s are fantastic goggles, you get incredible peripheral vision . Changing lenses is simple and easy. I get so many complements on the goggles. A special bonus is that the large size cuts down on wind burn and sun burns on bluebird days.
these are the best goggles
I have been skiing since 1978. Also Dogfunk is the best online ski shop out there!!! Thanks for my jacket return, love you guys!!!
Wished you shipped to Canada!!!
Are you able to get a yellow/chrome lense...
Are you able to get a yellow/chrome lense for these? Or any night time lense?
It does not look like we are restocking any of these 2013 lenses. Our winter gear will be coming out this fall, but unfortunately we don't have any of these on order yet, but we may end up ordering some of the 2014 model lenses. So keep your eye out
Got these orange lenses for the overcast and flat-light days, and they work exactly as they should! Good durability and have yet to get a scratch!
why dont you's carry the bronze/red chrome...
why dont you's carry the bronze/red chrome replacement lens I scratched mine really bad and would like the same lens
I just got a pair of the Bronze/blue chrome...
I just got a pair of the Bronze/blue chrome replacement. I noticed it barely reflects, where as the red chrome reflects everything. Is this true?
I already have Yellow-Bronze lens...
I already have Yellow-Bronze lens and I would like to buy something for low light-cloudy days... which color is best?
What is the difference between the yellow...
What is the difference between the yellow and the yellow/silver chrome lenses?
The EG2s I bought came with the orange lens. Looking to buy one more lens and think yellow might be best. Any advice?
Typically any lens with a "chrome" finish to it will have the "mirrored" finish. (A reflective appearance to the exterior of the lens).
So yellow silver chrome would be a yellow lens. But when you stare at it on a sunny day, you'll see a reflection from the lens
Does what it's supposed to!
Switching it out takes a minute and I wouldn't want to do it outside in the cold. I bought the orange lens to go with the chrome/bronze that came with the goggles. I thought everything would look weird, but the orange tint isn't confusing or difficult to use. My eyes acclimated instantly. It really helps with seeing contrast when conditions are overcast or snowing.
I just bought these goggles yesterday with...
I just bought these goggles yesterday with the orange lens. Would that be sufficient for high and low light conditions?
orange would be a bit bright for normal light (ie not overcast with moderate sunlight)
What lense color do you recommend for night...
What lense color do you recommend for night skiing and cloudy conditions?
amber or clear is my first choice, orange would work too.
The EG2 Silver Chrome lens worked perfectly for night skiing this season. Pic: http://www.backcountry.com/bcs/cpi/Night-Skiing-w-Silver-Chrome-Lens/atg123762.html
Is there any lenses that are reflection?
Is there any lenses that are reflection?
Is there a big difference between yellow...
Is there a big difference between yellow and yellow/chrome in terms of flat light and night riding?
Is there anybody out there that can help...
Is there anybody out there that can help w/ lens colors?
What color lens is best for overcast,sunset...
What color lens is best for overcast,sunset to night skiing? Can anyone please help?
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.