I normally wear Utopia Optics goggles for snowboarding, but I recently tried out the Electric EG2 Goggle and thought they were awesome! It is worth noting that these goggles are made for a person with a smaller face. I’ve seen a lot of girls wearing them, but they definitely aren’t girly just small. The peripheral vision is great on these guys! I almost felt like I could see what was going on behind me.
Like I mentioned above, the Electric EG2 goggles run slightly small. I wear a helmet about half of the time and the goggles still fit, so they’d fit a medium sized head too. If you have a big head then steer clear of them!
The lens options for the EG2 are great. There is a really wide selection and you’ll be able to find something that suits your preferences. I like to run a bronze-ish lens because I feel like it best blocks the glare of the snow. The only bummer I can report about these Electric goggles is that the lens scratched easily actually on my first day. I’ve been using them for about a month now and while I’ve scratched them a few more times, none of them are very noticeable while shredding. Other than that they have held up really well.
Electric EG2 Goggle Video
These Electric goggles are very slick. They come in a multitude of colors and I thought that they all looked great. I used the Feel-Good/Bronze/Gold and the color really stuck out. They’re a little on the flashy side, but they do their job, performance wise and style wise.
I used these for the first time on a really rainy day in Washington. I usually don’t really like to test products for the first time in the rain, but decided to give these guys a shot. They held up really well in the rain and the wet snow even though they have some pretty gnarly vents. I was a little worried that rain would get in, but they had a really good seal.
Electric has been a leading eyewear brand for years now and the EG2.5 was as impressive as ever. I definitely encourage you to do yourself a favor and pick a pair of the Electric EG2 Goggles ($179.95) up for ripping up the backcountry or messing around at the park.