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Item # POC0138

It's fun to play follow-the-leader with your buddies, but not when you're half-blind because of flying debris. Keep your eyes protected from mud, dust, and grime with the POC Iris DH Goggle.

  • Flexible polyurethane frame comfortably adapts to a variety of face shapes
  • Lens includes knobs for tear-away sheets
  • Goggle strap features silicone strip for secure grip around your helmet
  • Face foam is laminated with Coolmax fabric to wick away moisture and minimize overheating


Tech Specs

Frame:
polyurethane
Polarized Lens:
no
Strap:
gripper
Helmet Compatible:
yes
Eyeglass Compatible:
no
Face Size:
medium to large
Recommended Use:
downhill, freeride
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

Size chart

POC Goggles

Goggle Lens Tints
 VLT*CATEGORYLENS INFO
BLACK 12% - 14% 4 black tint, ideal for very bright and sunny conditions
BROWN 15% 3 brown single lens for sunny racing days
BRONZE/BLUE MIRROR 24% 3 brown base tint with a blue reflective coating for sunny conditions
BRONZE/GREEN MIRROR 16% 3 brown base lens for sunny conditions with green mirror coating
ORANGE/SILVER MIRROR 28% 2 boosts depth perception and hinders excessive glare
ORANGE 28% - 55% 2 brightens details while boosting depth perception in flat light conditions--also available with silver mirror with lower VLT
CLEAR/SILVER MIRROR 30% - 45% 2 neutral tint with silver mirror for increased glare protection
YELLOW/SILVER MIRROR 44% 2 enhancing contrast and visual definition for flat light to medium conditions
CLEAR/GOLD MIRROR 50 - 55% 2 neutral lens with a multi layer gold mirror coating for increased visual definition
PERSIMMON/RED MIRROR 35% - 44% 2 boosting contrast with persimmon base, red mirror cuts out glare--from overcast to sunny conditions
BLUE/BLUE MIRROR 55% 1 blue base with a colored mirror for better depth perception
SMOKEY YELLOW 52% 1 contrasst enhancing tint in between yellow and green which helps in flat and low light
YELLOW/GREEN MIRROR 50% - 54% 1 all-around lens which enhances contrast and visual definition for overcast to sunny conditions
PINK 55% 1 rose base lens tint increases depth perception, good in partly cloudy conditions
BLUE 62% 1 rather neutral light reduction with a slightly contrasting color
CLEAR/RED MIRROR 69% - 78% 1 superb lens for overcast to medium sunny conditions with a contrast enhancing effect
CLEAR 82% - 90% 0 totally clear lens for evenings or low light conditions
NXT LENSES:  ALL WITH OLEOPHOBIC/HYDROPHOBIC BOOSTING FILTER HCD (HIGH CHROMATIC DEFINITION)
NXT PHOTOCHROMATIC
SILVER MIRROR
10% - 50% 3 - 1 the ultimate lens which reacts to changes in light conditions--from flat light to sunny conditions
NXT 3P RED MIRROR 25% 2 enables relief from excessive shimmer without sacrificing the needed glare to differentiate snow from ice; all-around use
NXT 3P SILVER MIRROR 15% 2 enables relief from excessive shimmer without sacrificing the needed glare to differentiate snow from ice; all-around use
*VLT (VISIBLE LIGHT TRANSMISSION):
THE PERCENTAGE OF AVAILABLE LIGHT ALLOWED TO REACH THE EYE (THE LOWER THE NUMBER, THE DARKER THE LENS)

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ARe there any other lens color for the...

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ARe there any other lens color for the Iris DH than transparent?

1 5

Worst goggles I've ever owned

Let me first start off and let you know I ride in Alaska where the weather is a little cold and very rainy. That being said these have to be the worst goggles I've ever owned. They constantly fog up and don't wick moisture well, and for nearly $70 you might as well spend 20 and grab a cheap pair of Scotts. Do not buy these, and save your money.