The Bolle Emperor is a great mid-size goggle in a market flooded with huge frames and expanded views. The spherical lens does a good job expanding peripheral vision but doesn’t give the full 180-degree view that Bolle claims.
POC has a great concept with a frame that is medium-sized on your face but fits an oversized lens in a slim frame. The problem is that the lens is so close to the face that it fogs easily and, despite its great clarity, also scratched far too quickly.
The lenses in this goggle are exceptionally clear and provide superior definition in a variety of conditions. The dome shape isn’t too large and the peripheral vision is great but the frame is a bit soft which led to the lens popping out at inopportune times.
A very good goggle that stands out for its versatility in varying conditions. The lenses didn’t fog and provided great optics, and changing lenses was insanely easy. The main drawback was its limited peripheral vision.
This is a solid showing for K2s first goggle, providing good but unexceptional performance—but a great value. It is a base-model goggle without the features of higher-end models but provides good visibility in a stylish package.