POC Nivalis Sunglasses

POC Nivalis Sunglasses
POC Nivalis Sunglasses
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Nivalis Sunglasses by POC
Some of Earth's magnificent scenery asks too much of our underequipped visual processing power, and we get the help we need from gear like the POC Nivalis Sunglasses. Cutting down the harsh light that comes off glacier ice, the Nivalis's extra-dark lens helps you see not only the epic landscapes but also the path in front of you for safer adventuring. Magnetically attached leather side pieces provide wrap-around, eye-coverage for the brightest of conditions while the hydrophilic nose and temple pads hold the Nivalis securely when your intensity increases. POC uses snap hinges to ease of maintenance and also to increase recoverability in case you happen to drop or bend the frame. And the Nivalis comes with a detachable lanyard that affixes to slots at the arms, adding extra security and convenience to this feature-packed sunglass.

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