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Keep the good times rollin’.

Find the right EG2.5 Lens for your favorite Electric goggles so that you can shred any day and anytime. There’s no reason to go home when the light changes simply because you don’t have the right lens with you.

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Unanswered Question

I do lots of night riding and have the...

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I do lots of night riding and have the brown tint in my electrics. Should i get the clear lenses? Is it worth it?

Will a 2013/14 lens fit last year's...

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Will a 2013/14 lens fit last year's frame?

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Yes this lens will fit last years model as well, but as the comment below notes, the 2 and 2.5 are not interchangeable.

4 5

See....clearly

Clear lens is great! Works great for snowy/sleety/rainy days and great at night. Just make sure you get the right size. EG2 is not EG2.5.

5 5

clear are great for the snow

clear are great for the snow. Its nice having a pair to switch out when the weather changes

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which color is best for low lighy/cloudy...

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which color is best for low lighy/cloudy days?

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Which lens is best for taking laps in the...

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Which lens is best for taking laps in the park at night under the lights?

Yellow or blue for EC skiing?

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Yellow or blue for EC skiing?

4 5

Sweet

I got the yellow/blue chrome for night or low light conditions. They work pretty well and have a slight tint to know off a little bit of glare. Work well.

4 5

Bronze/Red Chrome

Bought believing it was good for low light... it's okay for it... better than my straight mirrors. Make's up for it by looking totally badass. Thanks electric for making deadly goggles.

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broze/red chrome is definitely better used for sunnier conditions. If you want a low light lens...go for yellow.

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Which of these is best for flat light? ...

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Which of these is best for flat light? The yellow/blue chrome?