POC Define Fabio Edition Sunglasses, Hydrogen White/Gold
Approaching every obstacle with creativity and the inspiration to do things differently has always been the ethos we have shared with Fabio Wibmer. Now, as he leads and reimagines what is possible on a bike, and as we continue to lead and innovate in the development of award-winning protection, we’ve come together to develop the exclusive Fabio Signature Series. Everything in this series features details designed by Fabio himself.
The Define sunglasses ensure performance on and off the bike. With a style influenced heavily by POC’s active heritage, the Define Sunglasses are ideal while riding MTB or while in urban settings.LENSES
Clarity lens technology developed in partnership with Carl Zeiss, the optical industry leaders, feature in the Define Sunglasses. Clarity lenses control the color spectrum for enhanced contrast and color definition for clearer vision in the environments you ride in. Corrective optical lenses can be fitted to this frame.FRAME
A lightweight and durable grilamid frame features on the Define Glasses. A minimal frame on the bottom of the glasses reduces the visible frame for the wearer, supporting clearer vision.
Snap in hinges can pop out in a fall, minimizing damage to the frame and prolonging the life of the sunglasses.PERFORMANCE
Rubber grips on the nose-piece and the temples ensure the glasses sit firmly in place even during strenuous activity.
- Corrective optical lenses can be fitted to this frame
- Clarity lens technology
- Lightweight and durable grilamid frame
- Rubber nosepiece and temples stay grippy even when wet
- Snap hinges
- Complete UV protection (UV400)
- Corrective optical lenses will fit this frame
To introduce his new POC Collection, Fabio Wibmer planned something big...
Gathering a crew of cameramen, a photographer, his trusted stunt double, and a renowned director they head to Saalbach to present the new “Wibmer Style” POC helmets, kneepads, elbow pads, sunglasses, and goggles.
But some plans just aren’t meant to work especially when, at first, Fabio’s stunt double is injured – forcing the Austrian to do all the riding himself – and secondly, the director had very specific ideas about what a “good” production should be.
Luckily, in the end everything lives up to the Fabio Wibmer standard.