Kirra is a beachside town on the southern end of the Gold Coast that features a rocky headland called Kirra Point. Perched at the top of the headland sits a statue of an eagle watching over the surfers below. Kirra is regarded as one of the world's premier surf breaks that produces high quality barrels.
The Kirra timepiece has a classic genuine leather strap in charcoal black with a woodland honey dial and no markers.
|Dial Details||Charcoal Black Hands & No Numbers|
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