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Swedish Goggles

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These are a long–time favorite of competitive swimmers. Its unique and low–profile look is available in many colors. The no-gasket design makes for a better fit and sleeker look. A set of nimble fingers is needed as they require full assembly.

Assembly Instructions:

• Thread nose string through the first lens using the small hole located at the side of the lens
• Slide the blue nose cover over both ends of the nose string
• Thread one end of the nose string through the remaining lens and tie with a knot
• By sliding the string, you should be able to hide the knot inside the blue nose cover
• To attach the rubber strap, push each end of the rubber strap through the opening on the edge of the lens
• Pull equal lengths through the lens hole, so that you can tie the strap in a knot
• The rubber strap now acts as a double headband
• If you find you need to tighten further you can untie the shorten up the length
• Once you reach a comfortable length you can cut off any extra of the rubber strap
• Some swimmers use a small section of the rubber strap in place of the nose string and blue nose cover
• Using about 1½ inches of the rubber strap thread the ends through the string holes
• The rubber strap will stay secure without having to tie a knot

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  • 4.5 star rating (Based on 450 Reviews)

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    By from
    on 5/21/2013

    Swedes are the top of the line goggles produced.  They may not be the most fancy, but I have been a competitive swimmer my whole life, as well as a 4 year Division I swimmer.  I have used these goggles since elementary school all the way through the end of my career.  Not only did I have a special couple pair of swedes for racing, but a bunch used for practice, doubles 4x a week -- A total of 2 hours per practice, 10 practices a week.  They are the best because you adjust them 100% to your nose/eye width.  Also, you can untie the headband to tighten them depending if you are doing starts, or just practicing.  I highly recommend these goggles if you are a serious swimmer and are willing to take a chance to put together a pair of goggles that will be 100% form-fitted to your face.  THE BEST... hands down.  Don''t knock them ''till you try them.

    -Former Division I Swimmer.  Class of ''11

  • rating star
    By from
    on 3/27/2012

    I've been wearing swedes for the last couple of decades and thought they didnt get any better.  Scout out the Sporti Antifog "swedes" with a bungee strap (dont worry, if you're traditional like me and want the rubber strap - they come with the traditional strap AND an additional bungee).

  • rating star
    By from
    on 1/16/2014

    Even with filing of rough edges, could not get fit to be comfortable.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 11/19/2013

    I have been using swedes for 25 years and will not wear anything else. Love them.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 4/30/2013

    Love these goggles.  I use a nail file around the edges because sometimes the plastic is a little sharp when they are brand new.  The "smoke" color is more of a dark brown, not the aesthetic I was going for (its usually all about lookin good) but works awesome for sunny swims.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 2/24/2013

    I feel compelled to write a review about these goggles. I have passed these up for years, because I couldn''t imagine that they would be comfortable. I am a serious lap swimmer, swimming about 3-5 days a week. I used to swear by Women''s Vanquishers, but they left terrible goggle marks, which are becoming more of a concern to me as I get older. Then I went to Kaiman Lady, which worked pretty well, but didn''t last as long and still left some suctions marks. Then I tried Barracuda standard and ultras, for the positive pressure that wasn''t supposed to leave marks, but in order to get them not to leak, they had to be uncomfortably tight, leaving marks in different areas. Finally, since they are so inexpensive, I thought I''d give these a try. It took a little time to find the right adjustment (which I did at home), but when I finally hit the pool with them, they were unbelievable!! They fit my eye sockets so gently, with very little tension in the strap, yet they didn''t leak at all! Best of all, when I finished an hour in the pool, they didn''t leave raccoon eyes! I will tell you that you have to make sure you take the time to adjust them to your face, and I took the time to file any rough edges with a nail file until it was absolutely smooth. They do fog up, but I always have Jaws Quick Spit on hand anyway, which keeps them clear for the whole workout. I liked them so much I ordered more for myself and my two sons who are competitive swimmers. I think like many other reviewers, what works for one might not work for another, but at this price, it''s worth a try. They are so uniquely adjustable. I love them!

  • rating star
    By from
    on 8/27/2009

    I used these For 5 years straight (Competitive Swimming) with bungee straps, Before using these I used many many many, Speedo and Nike brand goggles, Non of which worked well at all, they all leaked, or fell off while diving in. These however have not within my 5 years of swimming, fallen off, or leaked.

    The trick is to Adjust them so they fit comfortably on YOUR face, AKA dont let friends borrow them otherwise it will not fit your face and it will hurt, then you will have to take a while to adjust them to your head again.. Another trick is to spit in them every day before you go in the pool, your saliva will at as a natural de-fogger, after my first year, they never fogged.

    Buying again because I lost mine! I feel lost without them!

  • rating star
    By from
    on 6/18/2009

    I used to use the speedo vanquisher but then i went to socket rockets and now to swedes. These are by far the most comfortable when you get used to it. The shipping was very fast which suprised me because i got the standard ground shipping. It came in pieces but I just looked at the directions on this site and it was complete in like 3 minutes. I mean seriously people are complaining about it being uncomfortable and hard to put together but I'm 12 and i can do it.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 7/20/2014

    Ok, if u never have had Swedish goggles, you need to try them. A hint, make a knot that you can take out for adjustment when you first make the goggle nose tie. If someone will tie it while you hold them in position, even better. Always put goggle on eyes first the put straps on. Do not leave in the sun or in a bag that will get hot.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 7/5/2014

    couldn''t figure out how to put it together and there were no instructions

ABOUT THIS BRAND

Swedes

Swedish goggles are a necessity for many swimmers- they continue to be swimoutlet.com's best-selling product to date. Self-assembly is not a deterrent due to the level of fit that can be achieved only by personal assessment and adjustment. The gasket-less design is ideal for some swimmers for conforming to faces and curbing water leakage. Since 1974, manufacturer Malmsten has been a supplier of pool equipment, water toys, swimming gear, and of course, the famous Swedish goggles—available in a variety of colors and metallized finishes.
Swedish Goggles

These are a long–time favorite of competitive swimmers. Its unique and low–profile look is available in many colors. The no-gasket design makes for a better fit and sleeker look. A set of nimble fingers is needed as they require full assembly.

Assembly Instructions:

• Thread nose string through the first lens using the small hole located at the side of the lens
• Slide the blue nose cover over both ends of the nose string
• Thread one end of the nose string through the remaining lens and tie with a knot
• By sliding the string, you should be able to hide the knot inside the blue nose cover
• To attach the rubber strap, push each end of the rubber strap through the opening on the edge of the lens
• Pull equal lengths through the lens hole, so that you can tie the strap in a knot
• The rubber strap now acts as a double headband
• If you find you need to tighten further you can untie the shorten up the length
• Once you reach a comfortable length you can cut off any extra of the rubber strap
• Some swimmers use a small section of the rubber strap in place of the nose string and blue nose cover
• Using about 1½ inches of the rubber strap thread the ends through the string holes
• The rubber strap will stay secure without having to tie a knot
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