The thrill of a high-speed descent is definitely lessened when you can't really make out the difference between a giant pothole, an oil slick, and a shadow, but POC's DO Half Blade AVIP Sunglasses are designed to take the uncertainty out of highway-speed hills. The big secret is actually a combination of smaller secrets, starting with the frameless bottom section, which improves lower and peripheral vision so you can see more and be more comfortable doing it. The two included lenses are also specially tinted to increase road contrast, and they're treated with anti-fog and moisture-repellant coatings to ensure clarity in all conditions. Rubber inserts at the temples team up with an adjustable rubber nosepiece to keep the Half Blade glued to your face and, like all AVIP products, these shades are seriously high-vis to help you stand out in the peloton and on the shoulder.
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