A wide, clear field of vision so you can see your landings and prevent run-ins with trees
With a bow to more classic lens designs while going for the wide field of vision offered in its spherical lenses, the Electric EGB2 Goggles with Bonus Lens offers the widest peripheral vision of any cylindrical goggle. So when you're in mid-air rotation trying to keep a good eye on your landing, or weaving through tight trees, you can rest assured that the wide field of vision these goggles provide will help you see your way through. Beyond the oversized lens and frame design, the goggles have a number of other features that keep you consistently seeing clearly during long days on the mountain or at the snow park.
The dual lens design, anti-fog lens treatment, and lens and frame ventilation keep the goggles from fogging up, while an anti reflection coating on the lens and Eye Black light-absorbent paint on the inside of the frame reduce glare. When you're at higher elevations, pressure buildup between the lenses can cause optical distortion, so a pressure valve is placed on the lens to prevent this from happening. The articulating strap enables helmet compatibility and keeps the goggles securely on so you don't loose your eye protection mid-air or mid-run, and the anti-scratch coating on the lens keeps these goggles lasting through many winters. Electric throws in a bonus lens and microfiber bag with these goggles so you have a second lens option and a good way to carry and protect them (or hide them from your mischievous younger brother).
- Flexible thermoplastic urethane frame
- Ergonomic frame design with contoured, triple-layer face foam
- Oversized cylindrical polycarbonate lens with 100% UVA/UVB protection
- Anti-scratch, anti-fog, and anti reflection coatings on lens
- Eye Black anti-glare treatment on inside of frame
- Dual lens design, lens and frame ventilation, lens pressure valve
- 40mm articulating helmet-compatible strap with adjuster
- Bonus lens and microfiber bag included
Share your thoughts
Do these goggles come with a hard case?
No, there is no hard case included.
Do the discounted/outlet styles still come with the bonus lens? I'm looking at the Dark Seas-Bronze/Green Chrome
Yes they do. Your primary lens is the Bronze/Green Chrome and the bonus lens is yellow for any color variant.
So how do I know what the color of the bonus lens it comes with is? I ask because I live/work/ski at Sugarloaf in Maine and we havea lot of flat light, so a yellowish lens would be awesome for flat light.
When you select a frame color, you also select your lens options. These variants are prepackaged by Electric, so the options are limited in that way... But they set it up so you get one lens that works for sunny days and a bonus lens that is better for low-light conditions. Here's their lens guide, hopefully that helps you narrow it down!
Thanks to Jonathan Hall! Bonus lens is yellow, which is great for low light. Check out Jonathan's response regarding variant description.
So helpful, thanks!
This is wrong though. In Laura's example, silver is the color of the chrome on the bronze lens. It doesn't tell you the color of the second lens. I ordered the Biohazard/Bronze/Blue Chrome and I got a bronze lens with blue chrome on it. The second lens appears to be just yellow, which was not advertised. Also, the biohazard has the wrong picture for it (the picture is actually of the EG2 Goggle with Irie/Bronze/Green Chrome) but that is a separate issue.
Edit: "Blue Fronds" is also the wrong picture.
It does not specify what the extra bonus lens is with each goggle. Do they all come with the same bonus lens or does it depend? What is the bonus lens that comes with the "Gloss Black/Yellow/Blue Chrome?"
what is the bonus lens that comes with...
what is the bonus lens that comes with these goggles?
I am not sure exactly which goggle you are referring to because there are a variety of base lenses for the Electric EGB2. If you drop down the menu on the left side of the webpage you will be able to see all of the goggle options with the corresponding bonus lens listed along side.