The all-new Marcus Kleveland pro model goggle from Electric is proof that quality eyewear doesn't have to break the bank. Free of any gimmicky tech features, the Kleveland is a straightforward goggle that looks downright stylish while also possessing the high-end performance to match. Designed around a contoured, ergonomic frame, which our testers found to be among the most comfortable in the test, these goggles offered a surprisingly wide field of vision thanks to a strikingly slim design that sits in close proximity to your face. Testers commended these goggles for their seamless integration with any helmet and were even more surprised by their effective over-the-glasses compatibility.

Goggle Features & Details

  • Ergonomic Frame Design
  • Dual Cylindrical Thermoformed Lens
  • Super Anti-Fog & Anti-Scratch Hard Coating
  • Wide Peripheral Vision
  • MSRP $110.00

Rad: A comfortable, minimalist design that won't break the bank.

Bad: They come with two lenses, but you'll have to swap them the old-fashioned way.

Thanks to a simple, ergonomic frame design, testers found the Kleveland to be one of the most comfortable goggles available. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

The Dual Cylindrical Thermoformed lens sits close to your face, helping to provide a wide, unobstructed field of vision. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

Electric kept things simple with the Kleveland, and the tried and true design was something our testers appreciated. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

The KeyHole design in the frame provides a subtle and unique look. Electric has plans to incorporate it with add-on accessories in the future. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

A fresh take on traditional design, Electric’s all-new Marcus Kleveland pro model goggle is proof that less is more. No fogging, no scratched up lenses; just a comfortable, reliable piece of eyewear. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

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