Replacement goggle lenses for your POC Iris Goggles. Fits either the Comp or the X models. Sizes indicated which goggles size they fit.
POC Goggle Lens Guide
|Description||Lens Type||Weather||Category||% VLT||Recommended Usage|
|Clear||Single||CAT 0||90%||Totally clear lens for evenings or low light conditions.|
|Blue||Single||CAT 1||59%||Single lens with blue base for overcast conditions.|
|Pink||Single||CAT 1||55%||High contrast enhancing single lens.|
|Single||CAT 1||52%||Contrast enhancing single lens in between yellow and green which helps you in flat and low light.|
|Orange||Single||CAT 2||35%||Boosting depth perception for flat light to medium conditions.|
|0||None or Very Light Tint||Very low light or night skiing|
|1||Light Tint||Low light or overcast days|
|2||Medium Tint||Effective in average sunlight conditions|
|3||Dark Tint||Perfect for most skiing conditions and provide excellent protection from the sun|
|4||Very Dark Tint||Only necessary in extremely bright conditions, like hiking glaciers or high altitudes|
VLT - Visible Light Transmission
VLT is a measurement that specifies the percentage of light coming through the lens and reaching your eyes. A totally clear lens for dark conditions typically have around 90% VLT and a very dark colored lens with mirror for sunny conditions may have down to 10% VLT. Most all round lenses will be found between 30 to 60%.
Anti-fog Protected Single Goggle Lenses
Race skiers demand minimum refraction error, which is why POC's race-specific lenses are made using only a single lens. Single lenses are generally known to have poor anti-fog protection, but the base material and coatings chosen for POCŒÇs race goggles are the best available.
POC Double Lens Technology
Double lenses have an outer Polycarbonate lens for durability and penetration resistance and a cellulose propionate inner lens to optimize anti fog properties. All POC lenses have state of the art anti-scratch and anti-fog treatment.