Cycling Goggles POC DO BLADE Raceday, Hesjedal, AVIP and HALF 2017

Cycling Goggles POC DO BLADE Raceday, Hesjedal, AVIP and HALF 2017

Cycling Goggles POC DO BLADE Raceday, Hesjedal, AVIP and HALF 2017

Cycling Goggles POC DO BLADE Raceday

The POC brand cycling Do Blade Raceday sunglasses are a limited edition specially designed to provide the cyclist with the best quality of vision during cycling. These sunglasses are resistant, light and hardtail, which also guarantee the best quality of vision.

  • Polycarbonate Lenses with Iridium technology
  • Anti-Fog treatment.
  • Limited edition.
  • Good field of view.

Cycling Goggles POC DO BLADE Hesjedal

The new sunglasses Do Blade Hesjedal that have released the POC brand have been prepared for the biker to have the best quality of vision when going out to train with the road bike or MTB. These cycling sunglasses feature a stick-fit system with foam inserts located on the sideburns and the nasal bridge that will keep them fixed in place.

The Poc Do Blade Hesjedal feature highly resistant polycarbonate lenses with high optical performance. In addition, these sunglasses offer a 10% visible light transmission.

  • Anti-Fog and Ripel treatment
  • Solar Filter Category: 3

Cycling Goggles POC DO BLADE AVIP

The POC Do Blade sunglasses are the ideal bet when going out to train with the bike as it will provide you with the best quality of vision, as well as eye protection against the UVA rays.

The AVIP technology (attention, visibility, interaction and protection) with the new POC brand sunglasses are found in the paint used to design these sunglasses for cycling. This, along with the reflective stickers found in the sunglasses, will provide the rider with better security as it can be seen by other users more easily.

  • Solar Filter Category:
  • Anti-Fog and hydrophobic treatment.
  • AVIP technology.
  • VLT%: 28.4%

Cycling Goggles POC DO BLADE HALF

The new POC Do Blade Half sunglasses have been specially designed for the practice of road cycling. The structure of the Do Blade Half makes them adapt perfectly to the Octal helmets of the same brand.

  • Hardtail but at the same time flexible.
  • Anti-Fog and hydrophobic treatment.

What do we know about the POC brand?

The prestigious Swedish brand POC focuses its activity on the manufacture of products for cycling. Poc is consolidating in the market although it takes only 10 years. POC was founded in the year 2005 and was facing the manufacture of ski helmets. Later, at the Turin Winter Olympics, held in 2006, skier Julia Mancuso won the gold medal wearing a helmet and POC goggles. The photos were published all over the world and it was there that POC decided to produce protection products as well but for other sports such as Freeski, snowboarding and mountain biking.

In addition, this Swedish company has the mission "todo everything possible to save lives and reduce the consequences of the accidents of the athletes of sports of gravity and cyclists".

POC – Find all helmets, knee pads, shin, body protections, breastplates, gloves, mtb jerseys, mtb jerseys, goggles, goggles and all the POC cycling equipment available in the CoreBicycle Searcher With offers.

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Cycling Goggles POC DO BLADE Raceday, Hesjedal, AVIP and HALF 2017 / POC

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