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Aim Sunglasses

The Aim Sunglasses combine high-performance with added style to improve your field of vision for biking on the road or the trail.  These oversized sunglasses contain Clarity technology from Carl Zeiss optics to increase color definition, while the lightweight grilamid frame stays in place thanks to hydrophilic rubber nose and temple pieces.
  • High-performance sunglasses built to enhance your bike ride
  • Carl Zeiss lenses enhance color and improve clarity
  • Ripel treatment keeps fog, water, and dirt off your lenses
  • Grilamid frame is lightweight and durable
  • Hydrophilic rubber nose and temple pads keep your glasses in place
  • Seamless fit design pairs perfectly with POC Tectal helmets
  • Item #POCZ19C

Interchangeable Lens
Nose/Temple Pads
hydrophilic rubber
Recommended Use
cross-country, cyclocross, enduro, gravel, road cycling, triathlon
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

So Fast and so Rad

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
5` 11"
155 lbs

I have had the Poc Aspires for a few years now and they have become my "go-to" for Trail Running, MTB, Road Biking and even Ski Touring so I was a little apprehensive to try a new style but as soon as I put them on they felt perfect. They are a little bigger top to bottom than my Aspires and then they wrap around more than the Aspires so when you put them on you can't see any of the frame and they are so light that you forget you have them on. I have the Clarity Trail lense in mine and its light enough for those shady trails but has just enough mirror to take the edge off those bright ridgelines