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POC makes fogged lenses a thing of the past with the Iris X Goggles.
POC's treated double lens and excellent frame venting prevent the Iris X Goggles from fogging, so you never have to ride in your own personal whiteout. A cellulose propionate inner lens adds fog-fighting performance and proves once again that POC goes above and beyond the norm. The Iris X Goggles come in two sizes to better fit your face, and the wrap-around design increases peripheral vision.
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Both my kids use these for racing. They are very sturdy and don't fog. Lenses are not easy to switch, but bronze/silver mirror works great for every day. Size Medium looks large-ish on both kids (8 and 11) but it works, and the peripheral vision is great. Both wear POC race helmets. No gap, and the silicone on the back of the strap makes them stay put.
I need a pair of googles that adjust to the color of the sky, what do you guys suggest, cloudy to sunny.. sunny to cloudy
How many lenses does this goggle come with?
Can these be used for mountain biking?
I can't see the difference between this type and POC Iris Flow, for example.
You totally can use them mountain biking, comes down to preference of lens. The Flow has a few features to make them mountain bike specific such as a different foam inner to help with moisture control.
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Will these goggles (medium) fit with a...
Will these goggles (medium) fit with a Large 57-58 Skull light helmet? Or should I go with a bigger goggle? I have a narrow face but my head measurements tell me I should get a Large helmet.
Great fit with the POC Frontal helmet. Awesome lens options for various conditions, and a very versatile fit.
POC Iris X Goggle
Got these for my young daughter, and the small works well with the POC Ito helmet (which was a bit of a surprise). They provide great coverage and sun protection. I donned the Pink this spring and found them comfortable and great for cutting the glare. A good choice!
Great pick up
Love the poc iris x goggles. I have the blue and white and they are great for bluebird days, not so much in flatter light. They work well with poc bug adjustable. The pushed down on my nose a little but just had to get the fit right with the helmet.
I own a Shred Brain Bucket Helmet...will...
I own a Shred Brain Bucket Helmet...will these goggles fit with my helmet? Or should I look at a different POC model, such as the Lobe or the Cornea?
They Will Last.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I've had these goggles for about 5 seasons now, maybe 6 including this one, and I'm only just looking for new ones now (because they've just started fogging up on me. I'm sure it's only because they're a little mangled now.) I ski race almost 170 days per year so that's saying something! You can't go wrong with these!
Got these for my son in green. They look great and they don't seem to fog up. I will get some for myself next season.
These are great goggles and super durable. They have held up to many days(30+) spent on the slopes. The Medium size fits well on my 14 year olds face. The neon colors are great and really stand out in white out/ low light conditions as well
Why bother to show the difference in size...
Why bother to show the difference in size between the large and small frames if you don't carry the large size?
Every goggle on the market is designed for small to medium faces. I'm talking frame size, not huge spherical lenses (which are still designed on medium to small frames). Missed niche market sales opportunity in my opinion.
Which of the many lenses that POC has does...
Which of the many lenses that POC has does the Green Iris X ship with? Can guess from the picture but would rather know for sure!
These goggles perform very well and integrate perfectly with POC helmets. The frame is pretty flexible so it sits comfortably on the face. The black frame/blue bronze lens is a good all-around choice for a variety of conditions; my son picked up a single lens Iris Comp lens that he can pop in for snowy/cloudy days.
i bought these goggles last year and really...
i bought these goggles last year and really like them. But the coating has suddenly come off in several patches- i think some oil dripped from a chairlift on to them. Can i get a replacement lens?
yes, I would try POC customer service for maybe a warranty replacement fist, but a quick search on google will give you replacement lenses for around $20-25
Blue lens best for brighter days
After skiing with the blue lens in all conditions I concluded they just don't work for me at all under overcast skies--which is what the NW has most of the time--but they're good for partly cloudy to sunny bluebird days. So, these weren't a great value in my case. For the price of a replacement lens I can buy a different pair goggles for most of the skiing I'll do. They do look great, and fit a small to medium sized face well.
Would these goggles fit with the skull...
Would these goggles fit with the skull comp helmet?
Most goggles are made to fit with most every ski/snowboard helmet
Could these or any other POC goggles be...
Could these or any other POC goggles be used over glasses? Thanks.
These goggles might not have enough room to squeeze glasses under them, but I'd recommend the POC Lobes for that roomier fit. That or the POC Cornea goggles too.