New Siroko K4 Cycling Sunglasses with Zeiss lens

New Siroko K4 Cycling Sunglasses with Zeiss lens

Siroko (Spain) - New Siroko K4 Cycling Sunglasses with Zeiss lens.

  • Lightweight and resistant frame made of recycled materials from Arkema
  • Interchangeable, panoramic, premium-quality lens from ZEISS made of 1.8 mm thick polycarbonate
  • Full UV400 protection
  • Anti-scratch and impact-resistant for clear vision in all conditions
  • DrySky ventilation system to prevent fogging up
  • Non-slip rubber bands on temples and nose pad for optimal grip and support
  • Two-position adjustable nose bridge for a customized fit
  • Weight: 33 g
  • Includes: hardshell case, microfiber pouch and replacement rubber bands for temples and nose pad
  • Two Models Available:
    • Dunes (photos 1 to 3) - The lens of this style is category 2 (VLT 18-43%)
    • Ridehigher (photo 4) - The lens of this style is category 3 (VLT 8-18%)
  • Accessories available: photochromic polarized lens, anti-fog lens, clear lens and OptiClip for prescription lenses

Buy now using the BIKETODAY code and get Extra Discount on

For more information about this article from Siroko click here.

Source link

Other articles from Siroko.

Interesting Links:
Looking for new Cycling Glasses, Jerseys, Bib Shorts, Jackets, Vests and More? Get the best prices online using the discount code BIKETODAY on all your purchases on Siroko online store at:
Looking for Automation Solutions for your Processes? Visit to find Automation Suppliers, Product & Innovation News, Case Studies, Marketplace, etc.
Are you interested to advertise on, the main online bike Marketplace in Portugal? Contact us!
Are you interested to include your Link here, visible on all articles and marketplace product pages? Contact us!

© Siroko /

Share this Article!

Interested? Submit your enquiry using the form below:

Only available for registered users. Sign In to your account or register here.

Jonathan Milan doubles up at Giro d’Italia

Valentin Paret-Peintre wins Stage 10 of the Giro d’Italia 2024