Style That Performs
Our passion for riding, sliding and adventuring with friends is what pushes us to innovate and create the best goggles in the industry. Our pursuit of excellence can be found in utilizing the best team riders in the world and the highest technology available. Innovation isn’t just about being different, it’s about being the best.
Trust your vision. Ride with confidence.
Electric’s tuned lenses were designed to control the amount of color entering the lens for a heightened level of contrast, clarity and comfort. Trust your vision with the best gear on the mountain to improve your experience in all conditions and to ride with confidence.
Injected and Thermoformed Lens Types
Electric utilizes two lens types (injected and thermoformed) and three lens shapes (cylindrical, spherical, toric) giving you options for the most technical and functional goggles on the market.
Lens Coatings and Technology
Electric has set the standard in premium goggle optics. Our lenses are produced using the finest raw materials and manufacturing techniques. Electric lenses of fer 100% UVA / UVB protection, and include anti-scratch hard coatings on the exterior along with anti-fog coatings on the interior.
Press Seal Technology
Simple, smart design. Our gimmick-free, 360-degree press seal technology keeps out snow and ice and meets the high demands of a day on the mountain.
We engineer each goggle in our line with performance and comfort in mind; proper functionality is the backbone of our snow program. Proprietary construction techniques, quality materials and our team of best-in-class snowboarders inform our technical design strategy and our end product.
Trust your vision, ride confidentially, get the right lens for the right conditions. Insider tip: When choosing an injected or thermoformed lens, consider conditions and the amount of light for those environments. The lower the VLT (visual light transmitted), the darker the lens, and less light passes through. For the category ratings, they fall into five categories ranging from bright, sunny skies (CATEGORY 4) to night-riding (CATEGORY 0).