- Price: £125-185 / €160-220
- Frame/Lens: Sketchy Tank / Brose Silver Chrome
The Electric EGX snowboard goggle is the only frameless lens in the brand’s range to feature a cylindrical model. A bigger, taller design ensures that much of the face is covered, which is especially handy if your head is a bit on the large side.
Thanks to the shape and the lack of visible frame, peripheral vision is more than sufficient. Venting is taken care of along the top of the Electric EGX, so there’s no need to have any on the front of the lens – a definite bonus for frameless designs like this one.
“A bigger, taller design ensures that much of the face is covered, which is especially handy if your head is a bit on the large side”
The EGX features Electric’s ‘Press Seal Technology’ lens-changing system. Our tester had a little trouble with it compared to some other systems on the market (see below for more on that), but it’s not lagging so far behind as to make it a non-starter. More convenient systems will set you back a lot more cash, so the Electric EGX offers a good compromise.
There are 11 different versions of the Elecrtic EGX from which to choose, most of which feature a take on Electric’s new ‘Brose’ high-quality lenses. Anyone looking for this style of goggle will also be thrilled by the performance and price tag, so you really can’t lose.