It’s not all helmets in POCworld, I can tell you. They’re also playing with clothes too! The stand does odd things to cameras, so even if these pics looks terrible, at least some of the blame can be laid at the feet of the lighting. The vast majority of it, mind you, is laid at the feet of The Inept Photographer…
..has protection on the sleeves – the ceramic print is extremely abrasion resistant. It’s also big enough so you can wear armour underneath it. POC have included a RECCO reflector which makes it easier to spot from a helicopter (with the appropriate transmitter) in the air.
Resistance Short and Pants
POC have heretofore focussed pretty much on road glasses – they were fine for MTB but struggled a bit in low light levels. But now they’ve taken a good hard look at mountain biking, and they’ve got some specs to suit.The crave has a crash-proof, detachable hinge, everything is nice and bendy, the frame sits flush with the lens at the bottom of the glasses, and critically, the lens is designed to differentiate greens for riding in trees. They look pretty sweet.Here’s a handsome Swedish guy (Marketing Director Jonas Söderqvist) wearing them. The Aspire glasses are only horizontally curved for a more futuristic look. Pow.
All available at the beginning of 2016; prices TBC