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There are plenty of reasons to get an Electric EG2 Lens. Maybe you bailed into a tree, or annoyed an aggressive skier in the lift line, or perhaps you’re intelligent and know that different light conditions call for specific lenses. This spherical dual polycarbonate lens fits right into your Electric EG2 Goggle, so you can dial your optics and see landings without needing an oracle and a crystal ball.

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4 5

Orange-Bad at night or in shade

My eg2's came with this lens. The eg2 itself is extremely comfortable and fits well with my Bad Giro Lieutenant helmet.
Once late afternoon and some shade fell on the trails the Orange lens just simply didn't cut it. Depth perception while in sunny conditions was excellent became difficult in shade...but not impossible. I wouldn't even try using them at night.
I purchased the Clear chrome coated lens here at Backcountry (its no longer available...but call and ask why!) that is excellent even during a sunny day. The chrome lens takes just enough glare off but doesn't distort and its even great at night skiing. I had planned to switch the lenses but found it unnecessary.

PS whatever you do DON'T buy from Shadesaver! They gave me the run around for 3 weeks but never shipped my lens. By that time Backcountry had it back in stock and it shipped the day I ordered and I skied with it 2 days later!Thanks Backcountry!

Are the Clear/Silver Chrome lenses also...

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Are the Clear/Silver Chrome lenses also acceptable for stormy riding?

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Yes, Clear lenses are generally just used for night skiing/riding but you can use them on extremely stormy days. The best storm lens would be the Yellow though. The Orange would be the best all-around lens.

Where's the low light lenses?

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Where's the low light lenses?

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Orange and Yellow are both considered low light lenses.Yellow?! Who wants to ski in yellow snow?!?! :-PFrom my experience the orange/chrome isnt so good in low light or shade. Backcountry seems to only list what they have in stock. I bought the clear/chrome they used to list and use them at night and in bright sun. Maybe list all the lenses and then a backorder list would be good? That way you'd know what people want.

I love these goggles and have been looking...

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I love these goggles and have been looking for a lens for flat light conditions, because I realize that different conditions require different lenses. My question is, why do you only carry the lens that comes with almost every goggle when you buy it? Why no rose?

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For flat light go with yellow or blue...Rose is more of an all-round lens." you guys dont have those. "