POC Lobes Clarity Goggles

POC Lobes Clarity Goggles
POC Lobes Clarity Goggles
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Lobes Clarity Goggles by POC
A bluebird day can turn cloudy in an instant, and whether you're out in the backcountry or ripping the resort, clarity of vision is paramount. Give yourself a huge field of vision and any-day versatility with the POC Lobes Clarity Goggles. With Spektris mirror-coated lenses suited for either full or partial sun, and an included Clarity lens for low-light or overcast conditions, you're set with clear vision for any day on the mountain. A wider field of vision is achieved by a larger spherical lens and its outside placement on the goggles, letting you see more and giving you downhill safety. The Lobes Clarity is scratch resistant for bumpy car rides and tight tree runs, and is also anti-fog treated to ensure that things don't get hazy when you start to work up a sweat. Triple-layer face foam on the frame keeps things comfortable, while the strap sports a silicone grip to keep your goggles firmly in place as you bound through powder fields and rip groomers all the way home.

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SKU: POC00D9
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