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Poc Do Sunglasses

Poc is a swedish company with experience developed in optics trough their goggles, sunglasses use NXT lenses, which were initially developed for fighter jet canopies. The properties include extreme impact, temperature and chemical resistance, together with superior optical performance versus the existing technologies,i.e. polycarbonate. low weight and durable TR-90 Grilamid frames, Hytrel rubber for fit and comfort, together with the vast choice of superior lenses, for any given situation, make these the ultimate choice for those who need them.



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THE BARSTOW GOGGLES

Makers of premium goggles and motorbike accessories "100%" have recently presented "The Barstow Google”. Inspired by the legendary hare & hound desert races of the 1970´s, this new goggle pays tribute to this classic era of motorcycling. Designed with vintage moto styling and built with today´s high performance features, the result is a timeless look with next level motocross performance. The Barstow is available in two versions: the Classic, MX specific version...
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CORTEX DH HELMET | BY POC | Image

CORTEX DH HELMET | BY POC

POC is a swedish company based in Stockholm, we have featured their sunglasses here before. They started designing ski helmets and now design bike riding helmets also. They design very clean and minimalist protection wear, check out the website for more cool products....
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ADIDAS I-5923

Rebranded as the Adidas I-5923 after a life that began as the Iniki Runner, this new silhouette from the three stripes is introduced in a black Boost iteration. The all-black retro-fitted Boost sneaker fuses heritage lines with modern engineering, it features a knitted mesh construction with premium suede overlays and a full-length a Boost midsole also done in black. White branding balances the look for a clean, modern design. Available form Kith, or from Adida...
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