Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The POC Iris Bug Goggle proves the buzz about POC is well deserved. Triple-layer face foam, a conforming polyurethane frame, and helmet-gripping straps make the Iris Bugs some of the most comfortable goggles aroundwith or without a helmet. POC tricked them out with fog-resistant polycarbonate/cellulose propionate lenses for distortion-free vision and superior optical clarity. NOTE: each colorway features its own specific lens. Get the Blue or White frame if youll be riding a lot in low-light/overcast conditions; pick up the Green or Beige for bright conditions.

- Backcountry.com

Description of POC Iris BUG Goggles - White Triple-layer face foam, advanced polycarbonatecellulose propionate double-lens that look stunning and have splendid optical qualities, a soft conforming polyurethane frame and high-quality straps with silicone on the inside for grip. Iris Bug has all the features you can expect from a pair of POC goggles. The BUG series was developed to meet the demands of todays skiers that are stretching the limits beyond what was thought to be possible only a few years back. The quality of skiing in any local back country or park is just amazing. And again, the need for protection has never been greater. The BUG series was derived from POCs groundbreaking research and products on how to improve protection and performance. Features

- US Outdoor Store


previously retailed for:
$49.95 - $84.95

The POC Iris BUG is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 30, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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