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Buying Electric goggles = looking like a rockstar on the hill.
Fog? What fog?
With a wide range of far out colors and designs, including this cosmic, space-aged color scheme that somewhat reminded me of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon album cover (along with coincidentally and perfectly matching my Orage Xavier Bertoni jacket: http://www.newschoolers.com/ns/content/reviews/action/read/id/1598?), you can never go wrong rocking the bolt.
When I first put my handsome face in these oversized goggles I wondered if they were too big, but after spending the last three years enjoying a heaping helping of peripheral like never before, IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ll never go back.
I've been wearing Electrics for the past couple of years now, and in contrast to previous goggles I'd owned, I've never had any problems with the oh-so-terrible foam peelage, and I've found that the lenses are surprisingly tough to scratch, especially with all the tree skiing I like to do.
Buy 2012 Electric EG2 Goggles at evo.com or shop for all Electric Gear.