POC’s Eyes line of sunglasses is “unbreakable”

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With POC’s explosive success in the goggle market, it’s only natural they would take that experience and channel it into a line of sunglasses. This summer, protect your eyes with POC’s Eyes line of bombproof “visual armor.” The NXT® lenses included were originally developed by the army and are so solid that they’re backed by an “unbreakable” warranty. POC confidently provides this after putting the lenses through a high-velocity impact test that is considered to be one of the most stringent impact and projectile penetration standards in the industry. Ballistics, stress cracks, chemical attacks—you name it, they’ve got you covered.

The Eye Do’s are the performance athlete of the group. With a frame that hugs your face as if it were holding on for dear life, you can do just about whatever you need to do with these. Hytrel rubber over the nose and ears ensures the tight fit is both comfortable and never-ending. Combine these attributes with a huge field of vision and you’re ready to do battle on any field.

The Eye Am’s like things a little more relaxed, but are ready for action when necessity dictates it. Sporting metal hinges and a two-tone paint job, they provide a generous field of vision while the scallop-cut arms rest comfortably over your ears. This combination of style and performance make them quite versatile.

Last, but certainly not least, we tested the Eye Did’s. The streamlined design make them the refined member of the collection, suitable for any relaxed endeavor. Metal hinges connect the sleek arms to the suave-looking, oversized eye jackets. They certainly inspire the style that runs through the collection. For another relaxed fit option, check out the classic look of the Eye Was frame.

Did we mention that the lenses are available in Photochromic and Polarized? The only question now is how do we choose? One of each, maybe? Check out the entire collection at pocsports.com.

 

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