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Orca aims to make a killing with new Killa goggles!

Sebastian Kienle - Orca Kila 180 on the beach

Having unveiled its Killa range of goggles this year at Interbike, multisport apparel and accessories specialist Orca is rolling out the brand, with the range now available online and at selected retailers.

Orca is pushing out the new range, backed with impactful photography of the goggles – as worn by sponsored athlete and 2014 IRONMAN World Champion Sebastian Kienle.

There are three main variants to the Killa range, with a Junior Goggle also released by Orca. The three adult focused goggles are positioned according to fit and type of swim activity:

Killa Speed

  • Narrow fit
  • Pool racing
  • Competitive open
  • Swim focus
  • Low Profile

Killa Vision

  • Medium fit
  • Training
  • Open water racing
  • Triathlon focus
  • Versatile Goggle

Killa 180º

  • Wide Fit
  • IRONMAN distance racing
  • Panoramic vision
  • Comfortable & fit focus

Pricing:
Killa Speed – US$25, €20, £15
Killa Vision – US$25, €25, £15
Killa 180º – US$29, €30, £20
Junior Goggle – US$15, €15, £10

 
Sebastian Kienle - Orca Kila 180
 

Orca is ‘inspired by the open sea and its natural spirit of freedom.’ Founded in New Zealand but possessing a global outlook, Orca was created in 1992 because former triathlon champion Scott Unsworth was passionate about creating better, faster wetsuits than those on the market at the time.

That relentless desire to use cutting edge innovation to fuel performance remains with the company today.

The Orca brand is ‘inspired by the open sea and its natural spirit of freedom.’ Founded in New Zealand but with a global outlook, Orca was created in 1992 because former triathlon champion and brand founder Scott Unsworth was passionate about creating better, faster wetsuits than those on the market at the time.

That relentless desire to use cutting edge innovation to fuel the best performance remains with Orca today. The Orca name evokes the instinct and prowess of the powerful ruler of the oceans. Like the Orca whale, Orca adds… ‘our designs have always been organic, streamlined and in tune with nature.’

www.orca.com

 

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