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Add a different look that helps you see the mountain more clearly.

If your Cornea goggle isn’t as versatile as you’d like in the changing light, maybe you should try the POC Cornea Goggle Replacement Lens to match your mountain’s weather. The double polycarbonate lens cuts out 99.9% of UV radiation and features scratch- and fog-resistant coatings to keep your peepers peeled for mountain shredding.

  • Easily snaps into the side of your Cornea goggle frame (sold separately)
  • The lens comes in three shades, so get one that matches your favorite mountain’s conditions
  • Black: (VLT 10%-17%) suits very sunny conditions
  • Clear/Gold: (VLT 35%-45%) No tint and a silver mirror stops the glare during partly-cloudy and night-riding conditions
  • Clear/Silver: (VLT 35%-45%) No tint and a gold mirror stops the glare during partly-cloudy to night-riding conditions

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POC Cornea Clear/Gold Lens

    The lens is a good all around lens for most lighting conditions. I had a tough time discerning terrain in flat light but everything else is great. People really notice the Cornea's unique design and the lens color makes it stand out. I prefer a clear lens for all conditions but getting this lens (55 vlt) is a really good lens for a wide variety of riding.

    I have had a pair of Cornea's for about a...

    I have had a pair of Cornea's for about a month and the mirror, which is actually just a thin coating on the outside of the lens, has warn off. As in, has chipped away like paint. Do you know anything about the warranty policy with POC?

    Same BS happened to mine from rain...acid rain? (skiing at 35 degrees with precipitation)

    this happened to me 2x now, great visibility in white out and no fogging issues but have gone through 2 lenses in 2 seasons (about 20 days riding each) there a warranty?