EdWonder X POC | Wonderfool Aspire Clarity [LIMITED EDITION]
Part of Wonderfool Cycling limited collection, EdWonder X POC Aspire Clarity With an update design for 2020 has been refined to deliver better performance on the bike while retaining its urban style. POC Aspire's Grilamid material frame that provides lightweight, flexibility, and durability. The nose pad adopts an adjustable design, and the rubber of the temples is made of hydrophilic rubber (Hydrophilic Rubber), which can maintain the grip even in wet conditions, so whether it is raining, body temperature mist or moving, the glasses will fit on On the nose, it can avoid skin allergies and is resistant to acid and alkali erosion. Carl Zeiss's Clarity lens technology can enhance contrast and color clarity. It allows you to enhance color and contrast in different environments such as mountains, trails, roads, or cities, and maintain a clear vision. The lens replacement design can be matched with Clarity lenses according to different environments. Oversized spherical lens design provides excellent eye coverage and maximizes the rider's field of vision. The open frame structure can provide a ventilation function that helps exhaust vapor. The lens has undergone a mature treatment to help prevent fog, dirt, and grime from entering the lens and making the water drop into beads.
Complete UV (UV400) protection, Clarity technology, Rubber nosepiece and temples stay grippy even when wet.
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POC is a Swedish company with a strong mission to do the best we can to possibly save lives and to reduce the consequences of accidents for gravity sports athletes and cyclists. POC was founded in 2005 and made its first entry, addressing the ski racing market, at the ISPO trade show where it also introduced its mission. POC’s new ideas and solutions to improve ski racing safety, by reducing the force transmitted to the brain and body in case of a crash, gained a lot of attention. The concepts, technologies, and materials used and implemented for the helmets and body armor were developed in close collaboration with POC Lab; POC’s scientific forum that consists of some of the world’s foremost sports medicine experts, brain scientists and specialists in spinal cord injuries. At the Turin 2006 Winter Olympics, US alpine ski racer, Julia Mancuso won the gold medal in giant slalom and pictures of her wearing a POC helmet and goggles were published all over the world. Since then, POC has evolved and developed protection for different categories including freeskiing, snowboarding and mountain bike disciplines.