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The K2 Women's Sira Goggle combines K2-worthy performance along with a distinctly feminine look. Thanks to the special Ocular frame shape, the appearance of the frame in your line of sight is greatly reduced so you can easily spot landings and avoid obstacles while ripping turns at top speed. The Sira is available with high-quality mirrored or non-mirrored lenses and the sublimated straps are lined with silicone for a non-slip grip against your helmet.
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.
- Ocular based feminine frame design reduces the appearance of the goggle frame in your sight and provides a maximized field of vision
- Available with a Biopic lens or Tripic Mirror lens by Carl Zeiss Vision
- Biopic lens provides performance-driven visibility and a less flashy look
- Tripic mirror lens utilizes more modest color hues for a subtler tint and increased vision performance
- Ri-Pel lens coating reduces smudging, scratching, and fingerprints, providing improved vision and durability
- Plush fleece lined 11mm face foam fits snugly around your face
- Sublimated straps adjust easily and are lined with silicone for a non-slip hold against your helmet
- Specially designed strap brackets provide complete helmet compatibility
- Item #K2S1193
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
Unfortunately I can't comment on the functionality of these goggles because I have to send them back, but the fit was so strange that I hopefully will be able to help others by writing a review. First of all, the goggles look super fly, and I have no evidence that they wouldn't work like a charm, so I don't want to take off too many stars in case I have a weird shaped face....but I don't think I do. I wanted these to fit so bad, but they just didn't. The natural way that these fell on my face was so low on my nostrils that I could barely breathe. I could finagle the goggles higher on my face, but then the cheek part was pressing into the soft skin of my lower eyelids. Neither way was going to do it for me for even a short bike ride let alone a day of skiing so alas they must go back.