The lightest goggles on the market are made of foam instead of plastic. But there’s more to them than that.

Don’t judge a book by its cover. These look like your standard pair of goggles, but there is more than meets the eye — or, in this case, less. Electric’s Electrolite goggle is one of the lightest on the market. The secret is in the frame. Most goggles use hard plastic, but the Electrolite is made entirely out of mold-injected EVA foam. But Electric didn’t stop there. Their goggle’s strap is the first ever to be produced with 100 percent compression-molded silicon, which is extra grippy for your helmet, beanie or bare head. Combine that with a fixed dual cylindrical lens treated with anti-scratch and anti-fog coatings, and you get one heck of a goggle. You won’t believe just how light they are until you pick them up.

$120+

Weight: 77 grams
Helmet Compatible: yes
Lens Shape: cylindrical
UV Protection 100%

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