Ideal for indoor or outdoor overcast environments. Clear vision and protection that doesn't distort color
Ideal for the most variety of swim environments. Lowers overall brightness in a variety of tints.
Ideal for bright and sunny swim environments. Reduces brightness and filters out all glare from bright light
Ideal for bright and sunny swim environments for sensitive eyes. Blocks glare and cuts through haze for the most comfortable and clearest sight.
Low profile design that sits right in the socket of the eye. Generally for more advanced to expert swimmers that have perfected their entrance into the water without losing the goggle. Built for speed and performance.
Gasket construction for slight suction to the eye. Goggle will fit right at your brow bone and is also built for speed and performance. Won't leave pesky goggle imprints on your face and is comfortable enough to be worn for distance.
Highest level of suction in a goggle without going up to a mask. Most comfortable gasket construction with a higher profile design that is more intended for recreational users. No guarantees, but this goggle has a better chance of staying put.
Mostly used by open water swimmers that are looking for a wider lens with more peripheral vision. Large surface area gasket for maximum amount of suction allows mask to stay in place in rough water to tough conditions.
For the best and most optimal sight, clearer lenses or those with a slight blue tint are best for indoor pools with controlled overhead lighting. Goggle should be lower in profile to avoid too much resistance when pushing off the wall or on a block start.
It is best to opt for either a smoke tinted lenses or a lens with a mirrored coating that will block and reflect light. Goggle should be lower in profile to avoid too much resistance when pushing off the wall or on a block start.
Low Light Open Water
You'll get maximum peripheral vision, sight and visibility with a lens that is curved and set in as one piece. Comfort and sight are prioritized in this kind of environment vs. size and profile so most open water goggles tend to have a soft, comfortable suction that might sit wider on the face. A smoke tinted lens or a mirrored coating is best to block and reflect direct sunlight.
Bright Light Open Water
You'll get maximum peripheral vision, sight and visibility with a lens that is curved and set in as one piece. Comfort and sight is prioritized in this kind of environment vs. size and profile so most open water goggles tend to have a soft, comfortable suction that might sit wider on the face. Low light, foggy conditions require a clearer lens that has an anti fog coating for optimal sight.
Ideal for swimmers that wear prescription lenses out of the water. Come in a variety of tints and colors.
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