Eurobike kicked off yesterday which means the 2015 range of POC goods that we viewed in Rotorua last week is now ripe for you to check out. For POC, 2015 means a bunch of new colours and couple of new products to spice things up. There’s a few more product posts dropping this week so I’ll keep this brief, let’s get things going with what’s new for POC.
First up are the new VPD Air pads. All-Duro specific and very easy to pedal in, there’s an elbow pad too, if you’re that way inclined.Interestingly POC haven’t had liners for their shorts as yet but soon this sweet undershort will be available. Light, very breathable fabric and a moulded 3D chamois ensure everything’s comfy down there.
And for you iPhone 5-wielding social media types out there, POC have just dropped this very cool protective case.
POC’s dirt jump helmet, the Crane, is probably the most seen DJ lid of all time as it’s the one that adorns Danny MacAskill’s noggin. Well for 2015 there is now a MIPS integrated version.
POC’s Octal road helmet and its crazy magnets have been in the limelight recently, but POC have done quite the expansion adding a few new styles and colours. Like this very cool and subtle Will casual pair.
Keeping on the casual tip the new POC Want is definitely worth a look and is on my wishlist for sure.And on the technical riding front the POC Do Flow, with its vented lenses and nice new colour, offers a profile a bit better suited to MTBers and a little less aero.
If however you are full Aero, then this vented POC Do Blade in the new Nickel Blue colour could be for you.
And rounding out the eyewear is this rad new colour in the Do Low.
And more on the colour tip. The Index gloves get an update…
And not wanting to be left out, the Flow glove also is now available in Boron blue.
The ever popular Flow short also gets the new colour treatment in Solder Red…
As do the Trail shorts.
Even more Solder Red pops on the Flow Jersey, this time though offset with some Pewter Red.
And if you are a real man, you will be able to pull off this new colour in the Trail Tee.
And it’s all rounded off with POC introducing two new women’s colours to the popular Trabec line. There is no arguing that this is the helmet that started it ALL and changed everything in the MTB helmet game (for the better).
Any of these items make your wish list?