About POC Do Half Blade Sunglasses - Navy Black
The Italian-made Do Half Blade sunglasses from POC draw on ski design experience and combine street style with technical performance.
The POC Do Half Blade has been developed for road cycling and is injected in grilamid for low weight and durability.
It allows for great flexibility with the option to change your lens according to the conditions. The rubber inserts and the adjustable nose piece in hydrophilic rubber keeps the frame firmly in place.
Do Half Blade offers improved lower and peripheral vision due to the frameless bottom part, which improves safety in traffic and allows you to keep track of other riders in the peloton. Several lens tints are optimized for road bike, increasing contrasts on the road surface, helping you to spot irregularities, holes and gravel in time. The anti-fog and ripel treatments help keeping fog, dirt and grime off your lenses and makes water pearl off.
*An extra clear lens is included for all models except Uranium Black
Low weight and durable
Rubber inserts and adjustable nose piece are made with hydrophilic rubber which keeps the frame in place
All lenses are anti fog
Designed to integrate seamlessly with the POC Octal helmet
Large field of view
Grey lens with Blue mirror VLT 20.4% - Polycarbonate lens for mixed to sunny conditions. The grey tint is neutral and relaxing for the eye in extended use. The blue mirror reduces the light transmission, protecting your eyes from glare. The Ripel treatment helps keeping fog, dirt and grime off your lenses and makes water pearl off.
More About The Manufacturer POC
Founded in 2005, POC is a Swedish company with a strong mission to try and save lives and to reduce the consequences of accidents for gravity sports athletes and cyclists. Starting with entries in the ski racing market, POC’s new ideas and solutions to improve safety quickly gained traction. In 2014, POC announced the launch of AVIP - its first specific road bike range. AVIP stands for Attention, Visibility, Interaction and Protection and is POC’s most ambitious initiative to date, promoting safety for road cyclists.