This is a great looking goggle with a good field of view. Changing lenses should be easy with Electric’s press seal system – no buttons to press or clips to match-up. But the press seal system doesn’t create a great seal and the lens doesn’t stay put. This means wind inside the goggle and I was constantly pressing the lens into my face to keep it in place. At least the face foam is nice and soft and the frame was a good fit in my helmet and on my face. A goggle that comes with two lenses should come with a bag that has an extra sleeve or a separate sleeve or case for the second lens but this one does not.
FIELD OF VIEW The view from the EGX is very good but that should be expected from a wide-angle goggle with a cylindrical lens. The view would be better if the lens didn’t sit so far off the face so don’t expect an amazingly wide view just because it’s a wide-angle frame.
FIT Very soft, triple-layer face foam made this goggle comfy to wear. The frame isn’t very flexible but contoured in the right places to fit on my face.
ANTI-FOG No fogging occurred under any conditions. Note that I tested in the relatively dry climes of Colorado and don’t generally overheat when I ski. So use in humidity might yield a different result.
LENS QUALITY The view through this lens was unimpressive compared to other goggles in its class. Features were bland and low-light was tough in the darker lens. The low-light lens was so light that it only worked on seriously cloudy days.
FRAME Electric’s press-seal lens interchange system sounds great in theory – the lens just fits into a groove on the frame and pushes right in. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work this way. The seal wasn’t secure and never seemed fully locked-in. Push, pushing into place results in tons of finger prints.
VALUE The price of this goggle is average for this class of gear. I was disappointed that the EGX just came with one, single-sleeve bag so I had to cram the goggle and the extra lens into the same bag which risks scratching both.