Electric has set the standard in premium goggle optics. Their lenses are produced using the finest raw materials and manufacturing techniques.
Dual Lens - Electric uses dual lens construction to create a climate controlled environment within your lens. This creates a dead space and a thermal barrier between the inner and outer lens to prevent fogging in all conditions.
Inner Lens/Pressure Valve - High altitudes can cause pressure to build up between the inner and outer lens which can distort optical clarity. Electric uses a directional valve to relieve pressure at varying altitudes ensuring proper visual performance.
AR Coating - Anti reflection coating is a super thin treatment that is characterized by a soft violet mirror which is applied to the inside of a goggle lens. This is used to prevent light from reflecting off the back surface of the lens into the wearer’s eye. Electric’s AR coatings dramatically reduce the reflecting light resulting in improved comfort for your eyes.
Anti-Fog - All Electric goggle lenses are treated with a hydrophobic Anti-Fog coating. This absorbs moisture before fog can form on your inner lens. Due to the oversized surface area of the EG2 and EG2.5 lens, Electric has treated these products with a Super Anti-Fog coating for optimum performance.
Hard Coating - Hard Coatings are applied to the outer lens to create a proper seal against the elements and a protective barrier against scratching your lens.
Lens Ventilation - Increased airflow creates a climate controlled environment that can reduce fogging and condensation on your inner lens. Electric’s lens vents are engineered to promote proper airflow and effectively eliminate fog.
100% UVA/UVB Protection - Protect your eyes from the harsh rays of the sun, they deserve protection.
Spherical Lens - Spherical lenses curve vertically and horizontally, much like a circle. This improves peripheral vision and decreases glare and image distortion.
VLT stands for Variable Light Transmittance, which is the percentage of light that is allowed to penetrate the lens, for brighter conditions you'll want a lower VLT rating and with darker conditions you'll want a higher VLT rating.
Sunny - VLT between 0% and 18%