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POC Lobes Goggle

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    • Lactose Red/Persimmon/Blue Mirror, One Size
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    8 Reviews


    Large and in charge.

    Designed to promote maximum peripheral vision when you're racing down the mountain at blistering speeds, the POC Lobes Goggle offers a large-sized frame and spherical-injected lens that's placed on the outside of the goggle for effortless lens swapping. The lens itself is treated with an anti-scratch, anti-fog treatment, allowing you to see clearly through nasty snowstorms, as well as resisting scratches from small bumps. Its soft polyurethane frame increases safety, should you fall face first onto the snow, and the triple-layer face foam offers blissful comfort. Additionally, there's a silicone backing on the strap, allowing the goggles to grip to your helmet without slipping off.

    Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

    • Soft polyurethane frame
    • Triple-layer face foam
    • Spherical-injected polycarbonate lens
    • Anti-scratch, anti-fog lens treatment
    • Silicone strap backing for helmet compatibility
    • Item #POC002K

    Tech Specs

    spherical injected polycarbonate
    Spherical Lens
    Quick Change Lens
    anti-fog treated
    silicon grip on inside
    Helmet Compatible
    Face Size
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Don't look like a storm trooper!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Got these to replace another pair of goggles that didn't quite go with my current kit. Love the red mirror with the butylene blue strap. It's pretty steezy if I do say so myself (goes great with my orange POC Bug helmet - and no gaper gap!). Only gripe is that on a very wet day at Deer Valley, I felt like I was scuba-diving with the amount of water that dripped into the bottom of the goggles.

    Don't look like a storm trooper!

    Large n' In Charge

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I am a diehard fan of the Lobes. I definitely prefer the spherical style- I used to have the Smith IOS but found them to be a little small for my liking. I ended up replacing those with some of my boyfriend's old Lobes, and fell in love. I just picked up a fresh pair, and I think that they've gotten even better over the past few years- the fit is more on point (stay against my face without as much adjusting), and the anti-fog treatment seems to work better.

    I use these day in and day out for skiing and sledding- the Persimmon lens is an awesome all-around tint that blocks your eyeballs on the super bright days, and also helps with depth perception on the flatter light days. The mirror on them is also superb. The anti-fog works extremely well in my experience. Yes, they will fog if you're doing something active and generating a lot of sweat- as will all goggles. The anti-fog treatment on my new pair does work a lot better than my older pairs, although this could be just from it wearing off over years of use. The lenses will scratch if they're not babied. But so long as you keep them in a clean goggle bag, and only use that clean goggle bag to clean them, no issue.

    All in all, awesome spherical goggle- good fit, good colors, definitely would recommend them.

    Large n' In Charge

    Fighter Pilot Steeze

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are the best wide field of vision goggles i have experienced so far.

    - The lenses don't change out that quickly and i have had some fitment issues with replacement lenses.
    -The lenses are easy to damage and scratch for being $80 to replace.
    - They also fog when climbing up chutes

    -They feel great on my face.
    -They look really cool.
    -The curvature on the lens is a speical design that makes a big difference on the way it feels and lets in light.

    Fighter Pilot Steeze

    Awesome piece of equipment

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have had 3 pairs of POC googles and these are by far the best.
    These googles both look and feel great! The googles give a great wide view of the slopes because of the bubbled lens which is awesome!
    The reason for one less star is because of the bubbled lens it is really easy for them to be scratched.
    Overall it is a great goggle!

    Gotsta go with what fits your face

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Tried on many a pair of goggles and only found on pair that fit with my helmet and face, which was the POC Lobes. I opted for the orange since I find the color enhances to variability of the terrain in all conditions. Sure, it may be a bit bright on blue bird conditions, but it does not bother me. I'm not a big fan of having to spend extra money on replacement goggles.

    The Lobes are well made and well designed. I like the big, spherical lenses that almost make me look like a fighter pilot. The strap has a rubbery/sticky material on the inside the prevent slippage on your helmet. The orange color of the strap does not match the image on the website. In person the strap is more orange flouro in color, which was fine by me. I find having this piece of equipment improves and enhances my performance on the slopes due to comfort, fit, and by providing clear vision.

    Beware rain

      I bought these goggles for my daughter for Xmas and she loves them. She has gotten minor scratches from slalom gate training. Today, they practiced in the rain and she used a goggle wipe cloth to clear the water. It wiped off all of the metallic finish. Disappointing for an expensive goggle.

      Fantastic Goggles

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I've just moved to my second pair of Lobes after almost 4 winters with my original pair and I couldn't be much happier with them. The first pair eventually faded from a purple strap to a light pink color due to sun fade, the foam packed out, and the strap became very stretched out, but if you can find a pair of goggles that can survive about 400 days of skiing without similar degradation please let me know!


      1. Fantastic field of view. The lens is nearly frameless (the POC Lids are truly frameless) and provides great peripheral vision.

      2. Easy to switch lens. I have the all black, hi yellow, and the permission red mirror lens, it takes all of about 20-30 seconds to make a switch.

      3. Spherical lens. I almost went with the new Lids over the Lobes on my recent purchase but I prefer the spherical (kind of bubbled out) lens on the Lobes. The flat lens of the new Lids will be more similar to the Cornea goggles. The Lobes also have more lens options than the Lids, which only have five lens available (none of which is a hi yellow).

      4. Stylish. This isn't a critical selling point, but I love the style of the Lobes, they really just look great especially paired with a matching POC helmet.


      1. My first pair of lobes came with a gold mirrored lens which got scratched up quicker than I would have liked (as mentioned in a review below). I haven't yet had this problem with my permission red mirror lens, and as the black and hi yellow lens don't have mirror it's been a non issue. This tends to be an issue with all mirrored goggles, you need to take good care of them, they will get scratched eventually. I don't think it's been anywhere near bad enough of a problem to justify a one star review, but it is the only reason I'm giving them four stars instead of five.

      Overall I love these goggles. They're simple, work well, and look great. My all black lens is perfect for sunny days, the hi yellow is ideal for storms, and the permission red mirror that comes with the Lead Blue colored strap is a great in between. There are goggles with higher quality technical lens out there, but not at the $160 price range. I really couldn't ask for much more out a goggle.