POC Did Sunglasses

POC Did Sunglasses
POC Did Sunglasses
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Did Sunglasses by POC
Designed with an oversized aesthetic and premium optics by the legendary Carl Zeiss, the POC DID Sunglasses shield your eyes from the sun's barrage of harmful radiation while providing unobstructed peripheral vision with its massive lens. Seeing POC designs its premium eyewear for active individuals, the DID Sunglasses enjoy a durable Grilamid frame that won't easily break or bend, should you drop or bang them up. The DID Sunglasses are primarily intended for casual use, but they're also a great choice for road cyclists and everyday commuters seeking a stylish pair of shades that do an admirable job of blocking out harsh light and oncoming elements. Speaking of the elements, the lens features a Ripel treatment that keeps oil, dirt, and water from gumming up your shades and obscuring your vision over time.

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SKU: POC00CX
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