POC Do Half Blade Sunglasses

POC Do Half Blade Sunglasses
POC Do Half Blade Sunglasses
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Do Half Blade Sunglasses by POC
POC has long been a trailblazer of cycling's frontier of fashion and functionality. The DO Half Blade Sunglasses mark another provocative offering by the Swedish company that'll reward you with a wider field of vision so you can take in the periphery and soak in all the double-takes the DO Half Blades inspire. The glasses' frames are made with a lightweight and durable synthetic material known as grilamid. To ensure that the frames stay securely in place, no matter how much you sweat, POC uses hydrophilic rubber inserts on the nose and temple. The Zeiss lenses feature Ripel and anti-fog treatments that repels water, dirt, and other grime to keep your view clear. The oversized frames, coupled with the absent bottom rim, expands your lower and peripheral vision, and the lenses' tint is designed to enhance contrasts on the road's surface to help you spot (and avoid) any oncoming hazards without having to break pace.

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SKU: POC005K
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