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I'm looking to replace my current Dragon goggles with a new pair of Electric.
I'm really interested in the EG1 & the EGB. I saw a cheaper and smaller alternative to the EG1...the EG1K (for kids/youths). I can't find a picture of a person wearing it anywhere online so I can't even tell how small it really is. I'm 19, female. Would this fit fine? Or would it be too small? Same thing with the EGB, would it fit fine? or would it be too big? I just need some feedback on these goggle sizes!!
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try the eg2.5 They are made for small faces. I got the eg2 and they have awesome range of vision. I do still fog up these goggles but I am able to see still which is a first. I have never found a goggle that didnt fog up on me, these fog up the least. I produce alot of heat..... If I didnt get these I would get Zeal SPPX goggles.
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Even though its trendy right now.. I'd consider some other brands other than Electric. Construction of those things seemed really cheap to me compared with others of a similar price. Just saying.
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Maybe you should post pictures of yourself so we can get a really good idea of what you need .
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Maybe you should post pictures of yourself so we can get a really good idea of what you need .
Agreed, the less clothes the better so we can get a better opinion of goggles to you.
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I'm looking to replace my current Dragon goggles with a new pair of Electric.
I'm really interested in the EG1 & the EGB. I saw a cheaper and smaller alternative to the EG1...the EG1K (for kids/youths). I can't find a picture of a person wearing it anywhere online so I can't even tell how small it really is. I'm 19, female. Would this fit fine? Or would it be too small? Same thing with the EGB, would it fit fine? or would it be too big? I just need some feedback on these goggle sizes!!
You should definitely post some pics of yourself! But seriously, check out other brands like oakley. Maybe you could ask your boyfriend to pick you up a pair. Im sure he's a really nice guy who would do anything for you.

Just curious. Does he support your riding? Like take you out riding all the time and stuff? Teach you new things. I wish i had someone like that.
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You should definitely post some pics of yourself! But seriously, check out other brands like oakley. Maybe you could ask your boyfriend to pick you up a pair. Im sure he's a really nice guy who would do anything for you.

Just curious. Does he support your riding? Like take you out riding all the time and stuff? Teach you new things. I wish i had someone like that.

Okay since you asked so nicely, I will private message you a picture of me and maybe you can suggest the best-fitting goggles for my face size/shape?

Size-wise, It's hard to find a pair that will fit in just right. But I usually prefer ones that are too big for me rather than the ones that are too small. The bigger the better is what I always say


I don't have a boyfriend? When did I mention that? =/
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