POC Orb Clarity Goggles

POC Orb Clarity Goggles
POC Orb Clarity Goggles
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Orb Clarity Goggles by POC
When you're dodging trees and sending cliffs, having a clear line of sight isn't optional. POC's Orb Clarity Goggles are what you'll want to have on your face while you're ripping techy lines or maneuvering through resort-goers on fresh cord. The spherical lens maximizes your peripheral vision, and an anti-fog coating keeps your goggles fog-free when you're huffing and puffing up the bootpack. The lens change system is quick and simple, so you can painlessly swap out when the unpredictable weather changes again. The dual compound frame is constructed with Grilamid and TPU, making it tough and flexible in case your goggles end up at the bottom of your boot bag.

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SKU: POC00AK
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